If you suffer from a constant ringing in your ears, you're not crazy. Tinnitus is a condition that affects millions of Americans and can often be treated.
Music industry professionals and the fans who love them should make special efforts to protect their hearing health.
Study discovers school-based hearing tests may need to be modified to best screen adolescents.
Many false beliefs keep people from seeking out proper treatment for their hearing loss. Not everything you assume is true.
Service-oriented hearing center focuses on establishing patient relationships and community awareness of hearing conservation.
You only have two ears, so you should make sure to give them proper protection.
Modern science can't restore your hearing like they can your eyesight - but they're awfully close.
Hearing Our Way magazine helps connect kids with hearing loss, as well as educate friends and family.
Single-sided deafness and its potential causes and effects.
Nonprofit organization serves the needs of the hearing impaired in New York City regardless of their ability to pay.
A look at a rare condition that causes "hearing holes."
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross' five stages of grief apply to individuals dealing with hearing loss.
Researchers emphasize importance of identifying and treating hearing loss in the elderly population.
Convincing your teenager that hearing loss is real takes proof.
A passion for patients with tinnitus and hyperacusis along with a commitment to provide the highest level of care help people reconnect in Tempe.
Presbycusis, or age-related hearing loss, is a common condition impacting today's senior communities!
Hearing loss affects people of every age; however, the reasons for the hearing loss may be generation-related.
Vagus nerve stimulation may help reconfigure the brain and eliminate phantom ringing and buzzing noises associated with tinnitus.
Spring is the annual time for cleaning out the house and taking care of outside chores. Make sure to consider your hearing before you complete your spring cleaning.
A positive attitude and desire to solve the puzzle of hearing loss for each patient result in better hearing for Chandler residents
As the body ages, some of its systems and organs perform at less optimal levels after years of abuse and stress. This is especially true for our sensory organs, such as the eyes or ears, which can never fully heal once they have sustain enough damage.
Monique Hammond's "What Did You Say?," is both a compelling personal narrative and powerful resource about hearing loss for people who are ready to accept their own hearing loss or that of a loved one, and get solid information.
The price of personal sound amplification devices (PSAP) may be tempting, but using them in place of hearing aids may be damaging to your hearing health.
Hearing aid technology is constantly evolving, which means the lifespan of your hearing aid can vary.
Respect, understanding and a desire to match technology with social needs leads to patient satisfaction in Mesa.