Named for how it looks on an audiogram, "cookie-bite" hearing loss means a person struggles to hear mid-range pitches.
Grandma Becky Cymbaluk wrote the book she couldn't find for her granddaughter, who was born with hearing loss.
Fireworks and Fourth of July go together, but the celebration doesn't have to result in hearing loss. Find out how to prevent hearing loss during loud fireworks displays.
Students interested in receiving the best education in the hearing health sciences may want to investigate these colleges.
Wear your hearing aids as prescribed, keep them in a safe place when you take them out – and know what to do if the unexpected happens.
Keep a few books on hearing loss and hearing aids in the house so your kids -- regardless of whether they have normal hearing or hearing loss -- can learn to celebrate the differences in others.
Nearly all babies born in the U.S. are given newborn hearing screening while still in the hospital. Learn more about how babies are tested and what you should do if your child fails her screening.
Learn about the symptoms, causes and treatments of hearing loss in newborns, infants and babies.
Have you recently developed hearing loss? Some causes of hearing loss, such as excess earwax, are temporary. Others are permanent. Here's how to tell the difference.
Bloggers who write about hearing loss and tinnitus offer unique insights and experience. Here are some of our favorites.
Children with hearing loss who receive interventions, such as well-fitted hearing aids, are able to close the achievement gap and perform as well as their peers at school, research shows.
Studies show that hearing loss has a profoundly negative affect on school performance, but early intervention can help. Find out how hearing loss and learning are connected.
Are you concerned your school-age child may have hearing loss? Here are the next steps to take to help you and your child get the help she needs.
While you can’t retain normal hearing forever, there are things you can do to minimize the risk of developing certain types of hearing loss as well as improve your overall health.
Hearing aids and other costs related to treating hearing loss can be included as medical deductions on your taxes.
Are you or someone you love afraid to wear hearing aids? Don't let these common fears stand in the way of better hearing—and better health.
If you have hearing loss, your remaining natural hearing, or residual hearing, refers to how well you can hear without the use of hearing aids. While you may feel like it doesn't matter now that you have hearing loss, it's actually in your best interest to try your hardest to protect your residual hearing throughout your lifetime.
Tired of dealing with hearing loss and ready to get help? During the pandemic, many hearing care practices have been re-imagining patient care and office protocols to ensure your safety.
Did you go swimming and now water is stuck in your ears? It happens to some people more than others. Learn why it happens and what to do about it.
Hearing loss can be a side effect of ototoxic medication and drugs. Find out which drugs can cause temporary or permanent hearing loss.
Solar Ear is a low-cost hearing aid that gets a charge from solar-powered batteries and brings hope to hundreds of thousands of hearing impaired people in the developing world.
Working from home presents special challenges for people with hearing loss, especially virtual meetings. Poor sound quality and a spotty internet connection can make the experience downright frustrating.
A method called person-centered hearing healthcare is improving outcomes and patient satisfaction.
Life got you stressed to the max? Is your tinnitus flaring up? Here are five things you can do to reduce some of the increased anxiety and better cope with your tinnitus in the days to come.