Healthy Hearing takes a look at bloggers who are busy juggling their professional lives and their hearing loss.
New study on mice shows how sensory hair cells can help protect ears from age-related and noise-induced hearing loss.
Aging isn't the only cause of hearing loss. Sometimes, illnesses and traumatic accidents can also damage your ability to hear!
People without hearing loss may not be aware of the obstacles of the condition when it comes to daily activities.
Shanna Groves isn't just a lip reader or mom, she's the lip reading mom.
Healthy Hearing continues it's featured bloggers series with a look into living with hearing loss in adulthood.
A study shows a fruit flies auditory anatomy may be insightful in regards to human hearing!
Hearing loss impacts individuals of every age, sex, race and social status. These featured bloggers detail how hearing loss impacts their lifestyles.
Carol Clifford has been in the hearing healthcare industry for more than 30 years, giving her the chance to see technology change and the ability to regain hearing improve.
Middle school student Regan Brady isn't like most adolescents her age; not only does she have cochlear implants, but she's already published a book.
Healthy Hearing highlights three bloggers detailing their accounts raising children with hearing loss.
The 2013 Oticon Summer Camp brought together 96 audiology students from more than 30 universities across the US for a five-day knowledge-sharing event in Keystone, Colo.
Healthy Hearing kicks off September with a close-up look at some of the best blogs about living with cochlear implants.
Starkey Hearing Technologies announced that country music star Brad Paisley will perform at the 2...
Learn how to maintain your residual hearing ability while using hearing aids.
Your hearing aids take zinc air batteries that are unlike your typical household ones, and with a bit of background knowledge you can extend the lives of the batteries.
Everyday tools like vibrating alarm clocks and flashing fire alarms can ensure your safety and wellbeing each day.
With a family background in the industry, Julie Prutsman puts the utmost care and knowledge into her suburban Denver practice.
People who struggle with hearing loss need to overcome many obstacles, but one of them should not be a negative stigma.
Follow a few guidelines and steps to ensure that your are adapting properly to the use of hearing aids in the workplace.
National Technical Institute for the Deaf helps 200 deaf and hard-of-hearing students find a place they feel they belong.
Hearing aids are delicate and can be damaged without proper care and preventative cleaning measures.
Hearing loss effects millions of Americans, but many are too shy to advocate for themselves.
Hearing in noisy environments can be very difficult for people with hearing loss, but there are a few strategies and tricks that can make it easier.