Do you know how to read your audiogram? We're taking you back to school to show you how!
Behold the humble decibel, a logarithmic way of describing a ratio between things like power, sound pressure and voltage.
Imagine life in shorter conversations ... that's what guest writer Gael Hannan does!
Could an exciting new research development be the answer to preventing age-related hearing loss?
Indianapolis is home to the Motor Speedway as well as the largest children’s museum, two professional sports franchises and one of the country’s most acclaimed museum sculpture parks.
Presbycusis sneaks up on you and, left untreated, can cause a multitude of additional health problems such as anxiety, depression and social isolation.
Older people with hearing loss face some unique challenges. Find out what they are and what you can do about it.
Today, more than ever before, it’s easier for the over 50 crowd to communicate, recreate, and enjoy a better quality of life than previous generations regardless of their level of technology prowess.
Could a new device that lets users "hear" with their tongues be an improvement on cochlear implants?
Vibrant, bustling Atlanta is full of southern charm and hearing-friendly attractions.
Treating hearing loss can prevent injuries to yourself as well as those you love.
Having hearing aids as a younger adult can be remarkably different from having hearing aids as an older adult.
Simple school lunches can help provide proper nutrition to fight hearing loss.
Studies show that noise-induced hearing loss due to headphone use is on the rise. We explain why, and tell you what you can do to protect your hearing.
Whether you’re into family theme parks or quiet, natural beauty, Orlando has your ticket.
Hearing aid users have more energy, participate in the conversation, look like super heroes and fashionistas and are role models for good health.
Hearing loss in kids and teens is not only on the rise, it can present some unique challenges not faced by adults with hearing loss.
Summertime presents a boatload of opportunities for outdoor and recreational activities. Fortunately, there are options available to protect your hearing aid while you pursue an active lifestyle.
Studies have shown that smartphones, cell phones, and earbuds are leading to increased rates of hearing loss, but there are things you can do to protect yourself.
The third largest city in Florida is home to four major professional teams, a strong Latino population and a variety of attractions – many with services for the deaf and hard of hearing.
Equipping your child’s teachers, bus drivers and coaches with a few safety tips can help protect their hearing and give you peace of mind.
Does your child have hearing loss? We have some helpful lists and tips to make sure his school year gets off to a great start.
Protect your ears from common summer sounds that can potentially, and irreversibly, damage your hearing.
As television viewing habits change, technology for those with hearing loss lags behind. Learn what may be behind the lack of real-time captioning on the internet.