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.
How does winter affect your ears, and what can you do about it? We have the scoop.
Wear your hearing aids as prescribed, keep them in a safe place when you take them out – and know what to do if the unexpected happens.
You’ll find an impressive array of historic landmarks, more than 270 state parks, interesting museums and plenty of entertainment venues in Sacramento.
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.
Hitting the stores bright and early the day after Thanksgiving? We have tips and advice for successful Black Friday shopping with hearing loss.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner! These recipes are not only crowd pleasers, but hearing healthy as well!
Find out why the stigma against hearing aids is causing some seniors to delay treating their hearing loss.
While fully deserving of its wild reputation for gaming and parties, there’s much more to Las Vegas than its gambling history.
Tips and tricks to make your holiday dinner hearing friendly for everyone!
Don't let the holiday blues get you down if you have hearing loss. We have some tips and resources to make your season merry and bright.
These days, more and more consumers have been tempted to purchase less expensive over-the-counter devices, called personal sound amplification products (PSAPs), rather than see a hearing care professional for hearing aids.
This letter was submitted to the President of the United States and members of the President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology in regards to recent discussions regarding hearing healthcare reform.
Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or are looking for more of an indoor experience, Denver has something for everyone in the family – especially those with hearing loss.
We conducted a national survey to find out how Americans feel about their hearing, and the results were shocking.
Before you head out to the big game, make sure hearing protection is part of your game plan.
Don't fear your holiday travel plans; face it head on with our hearing loss travel tips!