A recent breakthrough in hearing health comes from an unexpected place and holds promise for regenerative hearing loss therapy in the future.
Holidays and financial obligations can make year's end a stressful time if you have hearing loss. Take action now with our tips to avoid that last minute rush.
Understanding noise levels in your environment can help you prevent hearing loss and advocate for change.
Audiology is a fast-growing, respected profession. Find out why the field is attracting more young people and what it takes to have a rewarding career in audiology.
Annoyed by canned music wherever you go? Read about one organization's efforts to eliminate it and bring quiet back to our public spaces.
Dr. Shannon Smith uses a combination of best practices and an emphasis on proactive, patient-focused care to help her patients hear their best.
In conjunction with routine hearing evaluations, these smartphone apps can be helpful for monitoring noise levels and preventing noise-induced hearing loss.
Is it hearing loss or ADHD? They can sometimes look the same in children, but here's what you need to know for proper diagnosis and management.
Accomplished hearing loss advocate and guest blogger, Shari Eberts, makes a strong case for educating kids about hearing loss - early and often.
What is normal versus not normal when it comes to adjusting to new hearing aids? Read our handy primer on what to expect and find out when you might need some extra help.
New hearing aid from Oticon takes novel approach to helping you hear more easily in noisy situations and connects to technology that helps you manage your everyday world.
You won’t earn any college credits for learning to advocate for yourself on campus, but the lessons you learn will last you a lifetime.
These universities provide learning environments which cater specifically to students in the Deaf community.
Dr. Bailey's previous experience as a foot and ankle surgeon helps her educate patients on the benefits of treating hearing loss -- and how everything is connected after all.
Do you know which type of professional to see for your hearing or balance disorder? Here's what you need to know to make the right choice.
Several cancer drugs can damage hearing. A new study could help develop new ways to protect hearing during cancer treatment.
You may think it’s gross or embarrassing, but here's why earwax is so important to your hearing health. Learn how to safely clean your ears and interesting facts about earwax.
Keep a few books on hearing loss and hearing aids in the house so your kids -- regardless of whether they have normal hearing or hearing loss -- can learn to celebrate the differences in others.
When your original hearing aid warranty coverage expires, there are many options for continued coverage that can help protect your hearing investment and provide peace of mind throughout the life of your hearing aids.
Researchers are just beginning to understand the connection between the Zika virus and hearing loss. Could you or your newborn be at risk?
Hearing aid feedback or whistling can be annoying but it doesn't mean your hearing aids aren't working properly. Learn about why, even with the best hearing aid technology, feedback can still sometimes happen.
Thinking about drinking an extra-large cup of coffee to wake up after that late night at the concert? You might want to make it a decaf – especially if your hearing hasn’t fully recovered.
A tympanogram can assess eardrum and middle ear function and help detect fluid in the ear or infection. It is an important diagnostic test and may be used to provide medical clearance for hearing aids.
If your child has hearing loss, a team of specialized professionals helps support them at back-to-school time and all year long.