Dr. Denise Parrish and her staff at Manatee Ear Center are ardent patient advocates who give clients ample time and resources to maximize their usable hearing and improve their quality of life.
Family members can sometimes share risk factors for health conditions, including some that cause hearing loss. Here's why it's so important to understand your family health history.
Harvey Patterson knew he had hearing loss, but he didn’t think it was anybody’s else’s problem but his own -- until his grandson asked him a very revealing question.
A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reveals a link between hearing loss and poor nutrition during childhood.
Find out how hearing loss advocate Shari Eberts uses the time-tested practice of meditation to help silence her annoying tinnitus.
These progressive companies -- both large and small -- provide good examples of workplace diversity by employing and accommodating workers with hearing loss.
Thanks to Providence Speech and Hearing's mission to provide hearing services regardless of ability to pay, no one who walks through their doors ever gets turned away from the Orange County, California non-profit.
Noise-induced hearing loss is preventable. Find out how young entrepreneur Madeline Bennett and her company Otogear are working to make hearing protection cool.
Here's what you need to know about rights for people with hearing loss as an employee, parent or consumer under the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA.
Do you know which hearing aids are the best? Before you decide, ask yourself these important questions and discuss them with your hearing care professional.
From cats and birds to insects, reptiles and dolphins, the way each species hears varies according to their environment and need for survival.
Hearing loss affects people of every age, but different generations can have their own unique circumstances and causes for hearing loss.
Learn about the pros and cons of wearing small hearing aids and how to tell if they are right for your hearing and lifestyle needs.
Valentine's Day is about reconnecting. These tips will help you plan the perfect hearing loss friendly date with your spouse or partner.
A strict adherence to best practices and positive outcomes as well as counseling and humor are reasons why patients choose Audiology Associates in Lancaster, Ohio for their hearing healthcare needs.
Research shows those who suffer from migraines may be at increased risk for developing hearing loss. Find out the connection between migraine headaches and hearing loss.
Communication is key when hearing health is at stake. Set the stage for a productive discussion about hearing health, whether it's about your spouse's hearing or your own.
Binghamton University researchers take a cue from nature to improve upon current hearing aid microphone technology.
Even temporary hearing loss can be alarming. Here's why sudden hearing loss can happen and what you can do.
Glenn Schweitzer of Rewiring Tinnitus shares his tips and tools for dealing with tinnitus spikes and identifying your personal tinnitus triggers.
Don't procrastinate when it comes to your hearing health: Unaddressed hearing loss is linked to brain shrinkage, an increased risk of falls, and other negative health impacts.
New study suggests brain can remap itself to help people with hearing loss deal with background noise.
Respect and care, coupled with best practices and the latest hearing aid technologies, is key to Clarity Audiology and Hearing Solutions’ success.
Like the majority of Americans who will make at least one resolution, a Healthy Hearing survey reveals health is their number one area of improvement and most acknowledge hearing health as important.