Author Glenn Schweitzer shares the coping approach he discovered accidentally for coping with stressful tinnitus.
Deficits in the binaural auditory processing system may signal early signs of hearing loss.
The ears are designed to pick up sounds and transmit them through waves into the brain, but do you ever wonder why we have two instead of one?
Hearing aids and sex appeal may not seem to be likely bedfellows, but today's high-tech hearing aids offer benefits that certainly can be sexy.
Sometimes all it takes is a little inspiration to move you forward on your hearing loss journey. The new year is a chance for new beginnings, and this includes for your hearing loss.
Just a few adjustments in the way you use your hearing aids this season will help keep them operating effectively all year.
There are a lot of nice things people say to each other that you might be missing if you have hearing loss. What else are you missing?
January, the month of resolutions, isn't over yet. If your spouse or partner has hearing loss, it's the perfect time to find out how you can support them and improve your relationship.
You have one day each year to blame someone else, but tomorrow do something about your hearing loss.
Tools from the Ida Institute help you identify hearing challenges, compile questions, and get motivated to seek treatment.
Hearing aid success stories, hearing conservation and a passion for patient service enhance hearing health in Landsdale, PA.
A new year brings a fresh start. No matter your hearing status, you can start your new year right by incorporating these healthy hearing habits.
We are proud to announce that Healthy Hearing was presented with three Digital Health Awards in 2016.
Does your college student have hidden hearing loss? A new study explains why, and we'll tell you what they can do to protect their hearing health.
This is the story of how Santa's hearing loss almost stole Christmas.
Losing a hearing aid can be stressful. If you lose one of your devices, keep a cool head and follow these tips to get back to hearing well as quickly as possible.
Our holiday tips can give you a head start on your New Year’s fitness resolutions and help preserve your hearing health.
Susan Marshall combines her love for medical science with her love of people to provide hearing healthcare to patients of all ages in Rockford, Illinois.
Not all speech misunderstanding is related to hearing loss. A new study shows just what might be going on in the brains of older adults.
Check out our tips on how to protect your hearing, ears and hearing aids while cheering on your favorite team.
Our increasingly noisy world is ours alone to quiet, beginning with the gifts we give our families during the holidays.
If you are a caregiver to someone with hearing loss, we have some information and tips that can help.
While we’re gathered around the Thanksgiving table this month, let’s remember to give thanks for our sense of hearing and all the amazing ways we are able to communicate with each other.
The results of an important new study could help reduce low birth weight and premature births among women with hearing loss.