Research indicates individuals with untreated hearing loss are more likely to develop dementia and Alzheimer’s.
If you have diabetes or discover you are prediabetic, be sure to have your hearing tested as part of your regular health screenings.
House Research Institute partners with hospitals to research and advance the use of the auditory brainstem implant to children in the United States.
Rochester Institute of Technology NTID offers 'New Signers Program' to incoming deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
Left untreated, hearing loss can have as much of a negative impact on your quality of life as it does your ability to hear and understand the world around you.
What are the anatomic and physiologic changes in the human ear canal due to aging?
This September, focus on the positive aspects of growing older by celebrating Healthy Aging Month.
Oticon promotes breast cancer and hearing health awareness with 'Think Pink' campaign.
Here are a few things you can do to make your child more comfortable while he’s battling a pesky ear infection.
Hearing Loss Association of America applauds audiology associations for working to support consumer needs.
Ear infections are one of the most common reasons for temporary hearing loss in children.
Ida Institute and Oticon Foundation launch "Ideas, Speak up, Action and Awareness for Hearing Loss" campaign. This is an open call for ideas to build hearing loss awareness.
Marathon runner uses Siemens' Aquaris to complete marathon.
American Speech, Language and Hearing Association promotes healthy listening habits campaign "Bach to Rock."
Even though your child's hearing is normal, they may have problems understanding what their ears are hearing.
Some hearing aid manufacturers have developed hearing aids for children, such as the Oticon Safari.
Whether your hearing-impaired child wants to learn or just have fun, there’s an app for that!
Dr. Philipos Loizou, pioneer in the field of hearing aid and cochlear implants, lost a battle with cancer last month.
Research shows premature babies could benefit from non-pharmaceutical treatments such as auditory stimulation.
Hospitals and pediatric audiologists use a variety of hearing screenings to identify hearing loss in newborns and infants.
RIT/NTID holds two-week summer camp for deaf and hard-of-hearing students to work on technical side of things.
Some of the reasons children experience hearing loss can be corrected with medication or surgery while others result in permanent hearing damage.
Annual family camp held by House Research Institute proves to be a popular choices for families of children with hearing loss.
New study shows brains of deaf people adapt to process touch differently than those who can hear.
Early detection and intervention is the key to helping hearing-impaired children establish good speech and language skills.