Exercise is beneficial to the body and mind, but find out why heavy exertion paired with loud music can lead to hearing loss or tinnitus.
Hearing aids come with default settings, but your hearing care provider can also set up custom programs, such as music listening or for driving in a car.
Do you feel like you can hear but not understand words? This may mean you have high-frequency hearing loss--or even something unrelated, like an auditory processing problem.
Research strongly links hearing loss to an increased risk of falling. Hearing aids and other preventive measures can help lower your risk.
Headphone and earbud use soared during the pandemic, especially among children remote learning. But this may lead to widespread hearing loss among kids, who have especially sensitive hearing.
As easy as playing a game on your smartphone or tablet, auditory training helps you improve your hearing skills by honing "brain hearing" skills such as auditory processing speed and working memory.
Fireworks and Fourth of July go together, but the celebration doesn't have to result in hearing loss. Find out how to prevent hearing loss during loud fireworks displays.
If you have hearing loss, lipreading and speechreading are important tools in your communication toolbox. They also come with added benefits you might have not considered.
Did you or a loved one recently get a new pair of hearing aids? Congrats! You likely have some questions about how they work, why you need them, and how to take care of them. After all, they weren't cheap and you want them to last! An FAQ for nearly all you need to know about hearing aids.
Tips for protecting your hearing this summer (read: earplugs for fireworks!) as well as getting the most from your hearing aids as you enjoy the warmer weather.
Tinnitus spikes can be one of the most frustrating experiences of your life. Learn why they happen and how to get a handle on them from a tinnitus coach.
Does your child need swim ear plugs? Here's what you need to know to keep his ears healthy and make a decision that's right for you.
If you experience sudden hearing loss, get help fast to improve your chances of regaining your hearing.
Swimmer's ear can lead to pain and temporary hearing loss. Find out what swimmer's ear is, its symptoms and how it's treated here.
Does the coronavirus cause hearing loss? Learn about what experts have found so far on the relationship between COVID-19 and hearing problems.
A new tinnitus program teaches the brain how to distinguish between internal and external noise by using a combination of sound and touch.
Some people report tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, after a COVID-19 infection. Can coronavirus cause tinnitus? We take a look at the research.
When you have normal hearing but difficulty understanding speech and struggle with listening, it could be auditory processing disorder. This means the brain is struggling to make sense of sound.
Sarah Sparks is an audiologist who wears cochlear implants and is fluent in ASL. This experience adds an empathetic point of view in her work with kids and adults who are hard of hearing.
If you have hearing aids, you can wear headphones or even earbuds in some circumstances. But it all depends on what type of hearing aid you have. Got Bluetooth hearing aids? Then you can ditch the headphones altogether.
Are you a caregiver to someone with hearing loss? Here are some helpful tips and resources to help make your job easier.
Like any medical condition, the sooner you address hearing loss the better. Here are 10 common signs that you may have hearing loss.
Love books? If you've got hearing loss, listening to audiobooks is a form of auditory therapy that can help sharpen your sense of hearing.
If you have hearing loss, you may need a smoke alarm system that is suitable for your hearing loss, such as a connected system that flashes bright lights, vibrates the bed and/or emits extra-loud low-frequency sounds.