Putting your hearing health first this year is as easy as 1-2-3.
Read about how leaving this common chronic health condition untreated can cost you more than just a few missed words.
Finding the right hearing healthcare professional to take care of your hearing health is the first step in ensuring you’ll be hearing your best for as long as possible.
Three simple habits may be the key to better hearing this year.
A new study shows how that simple earwax blockage or ear infection could have long term consequences for your hearing.
Join with the 48 million Americans who have some form of hearing loss to elevate the status of hearing healthcare in 2016.
Do you know about these five hearing-related health issues? Check out our list for a healthier 2016.
As we say goodbye to 2015, we take a look at which articles were most popular among our readers.
Check out our most popular articles for 2015, based on feedback from Healthy Hearing readers.
Enjoy the Pacific Northwest’s beauty in Portland, a city known for an extensive park system, award winning mass transit system, and short city blocks punctuated with public art and old fashioned statuary, fountains, bridges and parks.
This is the story of Santa and his hearing loss.
The holidays are the perfect time to take advantage of all the impressive technology your hearing aids have to offer. All it requires is a little advance preparation.
Are these loud toys on your child's list for Santa? Check out the 2015 Noisy Toy List and our toy shopping guidelines for healthy hearing.
Once an important seaport during the American Civil War, today’s Baltimore offers a variety of Civil War-era attractions and history for the more than 11 million tourists who visit every year.
If you’re one of the 69 percent of Americans who donate to charity and are looking for a worthwhile cause this holiday season, consider giving to a hearing health foundation or charity.
Sometimes the most important presents don't come wrapped. We have tips on how you can give the gift of healthy hearing to your loved one this season.
Toys, jewelry, books and philanthropy for the person with or without hearing loss on your holiday gift list.
A groundbreaking new study could change the outcome for millions of kids with hearing loss.
Residents say it doesn’t rain ALL the time in Seattle, but it wouldn’t hurt to pack an umbrella and a rain coat just in case.
Regardless of whether your loved one is naughty or nice, our stocking stuffer guide is full of great suggestions for all Santa’s helpers this year.
Don't miss out this holiday season! These five iconic sounds of the holiday season are also five important reasons to get your hearing checked.
Gordon Eddie and Adrian Hill’s “Breaking the Sound Barrier, Succeeding at Work with Hearing Loss” is a small but powerful book full of very effective tools for communication for everyone.
Read about the new, cutting-edge hearing research center planned at Johns Hopkins, and how generous benefactors are helping hearing loss research across the country.
The City of Angels is full of diverse, cultural experiences which cater to a variety of ages, cultures and sensitivities.