Learning how to hear better takes education, guidance and a little understanding.
Audiological center celebrates 60 years of business with Project Gratitude to thank local residents.
Take our quick 10 question quiz to see how much you really know about hearing health.
Doctors and researchers are hopeful after seeing positive results in a clinical trial of auditory brainstem implants on children born without auditory nerves.
Highly trained and happy staff contributes to patient hearing health success in Brooklyn.
Better Hearing and Speech Month has a long history of promoting understanding and awareness of hearing health.
A high-tech new program called SoundSupport offers a higher level of customization for tinnitus relief than ever before.
New research shows that protein-related gene therapy could be the future of reversing hearing loss.
New research shows ears have a previously undiscovered natural defense mechanism against harmful noise.
10 U.S. Presidents who experienced hearing loss and what we can learn from it.
Researchers have discovered a protein that wards off damage from excessive noise levels.
Experience, knowledge, consistency and service are keys to patient success in Pennsylvania.
New research shows a possible link between childhood ear infections and late onset hearing loss.
Have your hearing tested appropriately, practice good hearing conservation, utilize available technology, and you’ll be the life of the party for years to come.
New smoke alarm and CO detector regulations benefit those with hearing loss, as well as others.
Findings may lead to alternative physical therapies for those with inner ear issues.
Blows to the head can damage hearing and cause severe ringing in the ears for athletes who suffer concussions during their career.
Standing up to hearing loss bullying in the classroom and the office only takes a little self-confidence.
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.
Small button batteries successfully power your hearing aids; however, they can cause serious injury to people and pets if not handled properly.
Relationships are tough enough without the added strain of hearing loss.
Whether you have normal hearing or are hearing-impaired, there's something on this list to watch for every member of the family.
Hearing loss helped transform an educational administrator's career path.
Hearing aids are good for you, but bad for your animals. Proper storage will keep them and your pet in the best shape possible! Dogs in particular are known to grab and eat hearing aids.