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.
Read about how leaving this common chronic health condition untreated can cost you more than just a few missed words.
A new study shows how that simple earwax blockage or ear infection could have long term consequences for your hearing.
Are these loud toys on your child's list for Santa? Check out the 2015 Noisy Toy List and our toy shopping guidelines for healthy hearing.
If you’re one of the 69 percent of Americans who donate to charity and are looking for a worthwhile cause this holiday season, consider giving to a hearing health foundation or charity.
We conducted a national survey to find out how Americans feel about their hearing, and the results were shocking.
Before you head out to the big game, make sure hearing protection is part of your game plan.
Laser hearing aid technology is finally on the market, and we have the scoop on how it might just change the way you hear.
A new study proves the importance of treating hearing loss early when it comes to cognitive decline.
If you can buy a pair of readers from the drugstore for your vision, why can’t it be that simple for your hearing?
In the future, could treating some forms of hearing loss be as easy as taking a pill? We have the scoop on the latest research.
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.
Despite some challenges, the majority of participants in a Consumer Reports study find they are “highly satisfied” with their hearing aids.
The latest research shows that overcoming the denial of hearing loss is an important step on the pathway to treatment.
Could a common treatment for depression be the answer to tinnitus relief? We dig into the latest research to find out.
Imagine life in shorter conversations ... that's what guest writer Gael Hannan does!
Having hearing aids as a younger adult can be remarkably different from having hearing aids as an older adult.
Studies have shown that smartphones, cell phones, and earbuds are leading to increased rates of hearing loss, but there are things you can do to protect yourself.
Equipping your child’s teachers, bus drivers and coaches with a few safety tips can help protect their hearing and give you peace of mind.
An important new study shows early hearing screening might prevent the brain reorganization and cognitive decline associated with hearing loss.
Going somewhere? If you have problems hearing, you may want to put these five destinations on your bucket list.
The results of an important new study show that osteoporosis could raise your risk of sudden hearing loss.
Learning how to hear better takes education, guidance and a little understanding.