Healthy Hearing conducted a national survey to assess opinions about over the counter hearing devices and perceived value of professional hearing care services. The results may surprise you.
Hearing aids come with many misconceptions, so we want to debunk some common myths around these marvels of technology.
Like any medical condition, the sooner you address hearing loss the better. Here are 10 common signs that you may have hearing loss.
Creating a pleasant, effective work environment takes effort on the part of everyone, regardless of your ability to hear.
If you need to tell your parents it's time to get hearing aids, there are right and wrong ways to approach this difficult conversation. Here are some tips for success.
Lexington-based audiologist believes friendly, knowledgeable staff and a giving spirit have helped keep her in business for 25 years.
Changes in hearing can impact women's overall physical health and be an indicator of other chronic diseases and medical conditions.
Excessive noise at NCAA tournament games can lead to hearing loss. Learn the reasons why and what you can do to prevent it.
If you have untreated hearing loss, your ability to listen can be profoundly affected, no matter how hard you try.
Hearing aid wearer Tom Webb is an advocate for the hearing devices he wears and the audiologist who helped restore his ability to communicate with colleagues, friends and family.
Even if you have very waxy ears, don't attempt to clean them until you read this.
Valentine's Day often means opening a bottle of red wine and a box of chocolates. Surprisingly, both can be good for your hearing health--in moderation, of course.
ALDs can enhance your ability to communicate so you can relax and enjoy your company.
Popular online dating can be great for people with hearing loss. Here are some tips for starting new relationships with honesty and confidence.
Author Glenn Schweitzer shares the coping approach he discovered accidentally for coping with stressful tinnitus.
Deficits in the binaural auditory processing system may signal early signs of hearing loss.
The ears are designed to pick up sounds and transmit them through waves into the brain, but do you ever wonder why we have two ears instead of one?
By boosting these two vital elements of any healthy, loving relationship, hearing aids can indeed be sexy.
Sometimes all it takes is a little inspiration to move you forward on your hearing loss journey. The new year is a chance for new beginnings, and this includes for your hearing loss.
Just a few adjustments in the way you use your hearing aids this season will help keep them operating effectively all year.
There are a lot of nice things people say to each other that you might be missing if you have hearing loss. What else are you missing?
January, the month of resolutions, isn't over yet. If your spouse or partner has hearing loss, it's the perfect time to find out how you can support them and improve your relationship.
Tools from the Ida Institute help you identify hearing challenges, compile questions, and get motivated to seek treatment.
Hearing aid success stories, hearing conservation and a passion for patient service enhance hearing health in Landsdale, PA.