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.
Located on the southern tip of Ohio, the “Pearl of the West” is a hub for sports, cultural and river activities, micro-breweries, wineries and amusement parks.
Healthy Hearing readers speak out on what they wish others knew about their hearing loss and speak candidly to loved ones with untreated hearing loss.
Talking to kids about hearing health is important. Here are some tips to keep their hearing safe and allow them to be part of the conversation.
With a few precautions, hearing aid users can participate in water-related activities this summer.
Learn how the results of new studies on ethnicities and hearing loss could lead to new treatments and prevention.
If Benjamin Franklin was a hearing aid user and came back to life for a visit to his old hometown, here are just a few of the places he’d want to explore.
It's not easy to start a conversation about hearing loss, but we have some helpful tips and suggestions.
Check out the re-launch of our website, with more user-friendly features and information than ever before.
Don't let hearing loss keep you from your summer road trip. Stay safe with these hints and tips.
Read about how Uber's new Partner app features are changing the game for deaf and hearing impaired drivers.
Whether Rochester is your final destination, or just a stop on the way to one of New York’s other amazing attractions, there’s something for everyone in the Flower City
Research confirms that incorporating challenging, fun activities into your daily or weekly schedule can sharpen your brain health and keep your hearing healthy, too.
Whether you’re packing your bags to head to the seashore or just to the local gym, spend a little time and money to keep your hearing devices working effectively.
Summer activities like lawn mowing, outdoor concerts and firework displays may be harming your hearing. Learn how these noises measure up.
The status of the new Medicare bill and what it could mean for America's seniors and their hearing aid coverage.
Whether you are deaf, wear hearing aids, or travel with someone who does, let Healthy Hearing’s guide help you make the most of your time in the City that Never Sleeps.