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?
Losing a hearing aid can be stressful. If you lose one of your devices, keep a cool head and follow these tips to get back to hearing well as quickly as possible.
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.
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.
These universities provide learning environments which cater specifically to students in the Deaf community.
Several cancer drugs can damage hearing. A new study could help develop new ways to protect hearing during cancer treatment.
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.
Wearing your hearing aids during sports and recreation can improve your safety and personal enjoyment.
From nausea and dizziness to paralysis and even death, our ears can hold the answer to what ails us.
When you're a family member coping with the hearing loss of a loved one, you may encounter frustration, the feeling of being ignored, separation from the relationship and isolation from daily family life.
When a family member has a hearing loss, treated or untreated, the loss impacts the entire family and communication skills are put to the test.
DiMarco uses the universal language of dance to change the hearing world’s perception of what it means to be Deaf – and he just might win the Mirrorball trophy in the process.
Deaf since the age of 18 months, Sue Thomas became a champion roller skater, concert pianist and FBI agent.
In honor of Women's History Month, we are profiling a pioneer of public awareness for Deaf culture. Linda Bove is a groundbreaking actress and an accomplished owner, producer and thespian of the country’s most renowned theater of the deaf.
If your child experiences any of these common causes, take heart – then take action.
Whether you teach your baby to sign or learn ASL to communicate with a deaf friend or family member, you are using a full-bodied form of communication that will enhance your relationship as it improves your mind and spirit.
Preparing for disasters doesn’t take much time or money, but the dividends you reap are well worth the extra effort.
Could untreated hearing loss could be affecting your balance? We have the latest research, and how hearing aids can help.
Having hearing aids as a younger adult can be remarkably different from having hearing aids as an older adult.
The results of an important new study show that osteoporosis could raise your risk of sudden hearing loss.
Although the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) made accessibility mandatory, it’s modern technology that has made it possible for the deaf and hearing impaired to enjoy a night at the movies.