Are you diligent about protecting your hearing? If so, your heart may be healthier as well.
Exercising beyond your fitness level or in classes where the music is playing too loud can permanently damage your hearing.
Basically, if you have two ears with hearing loss that could benefit from hearing aids, you need two hearing aids. It is important to realize there are no "normal" animals born with only one ear. Simply stated, you have two ears because you need two ears.
Studies show just a moderate amount of physical activity can protect your hearing health.
If you don’t take care of your oral health, harmful mouth bacteria can enter your bloodstream and cause inflammation and narrowing of arteries and blood vessels – including those essential for hearing health in your ears and brain.
Hearing loss occurs to most people as they age. Hearing loss can be due to aging, exposure to loud noise, medications, infections, head or ear trauma, congenital or hereditary factors, disease processes and other causes.
Your hearing health may suffer if you don’t resolve to break these bad health habits this year.
Tympanogram results can help diagnose middle ear problems, such as ear infections or Eustachian tube dysfunction. It is an important test to provide medical clearance for hearing aids.
Make a New Year's resolution to protect your hearing, beginning with a safe holiday celebration.
New study shows orchestra musicians are exposed to dangerous levels of sound as well. Learn more about how to protect your hearing if you're a musician.
Help Me Hear Foundation provides financial help for hearing aids and cochlear implants for children with hearing loss, when their families cannot otherwise afford to pay for these devices and services.
Due to advancements in hearing aid technology, there are now hearing aids available to fit most budgets.
Protect your children's hearing from noise-induced hearing loss this year by leaving these toys on store shelves.
American Society for Deaf Children strives to help families coping with hearing loss and deafness find a place to connect with others, discover more information and provide the children in their lives with the same opportunities as the hearing world.
Whether you’re looking for gifts to put under the tree or tuck in a stocking, we have suggestions for the hearing-impaired friends and family on your holiday gift list.
Just a few adjustments in the way you use your hearing aids this season will help keep your ears healthy and your instruments operating effectively.
Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss seeks to provide professional teacher training and ensure hearing health programs are in place to help educate youth suffering from hearing loss and deafness around the world.
Do you really need to use specially-designed earplugs for hearing protection? Can you use other, more inexpensive materials such as cotton balls?
With a little advanced planning, family gatherings during the holiday season can be a joyful time for everyone, even individuals with hearing loss.
Looking for a way to give back to those with hearing loss or deafness this holiday season? Dogs for the Deaf provides individuals with hearing loss and deafness not only a hearing dog to help make them more aware of their surroundings, but a companion animal to be by their side!
A variety of factors can cause hearing loss at any age and here are five you might not expect.
Emergencies are hard to predict, if you or a loved suffer from hearing loss or deafness, try planning ahead with these easy, but helpful tips!
When deciding whether or not to use hearing aids from a friend or family member, there are a few factors to consider.
October is Hearing Conservation Month. To help protect your hearing, make sure you're not putting yourself at risk for noise-induced hearing loss.