Decibels are a logarithmic way to express sound intensity or loudness. Learn about the decibel scale, the decibel levels of common sounds and how to prevent hearing loss.
Add these hearing health strategies to your retirement plans while you're still working so that you can hear your best in retirement.
We explain four of the most common reasons why your ears feel clogged and why it’s important to have your hearing evaluated by a professional when they do.
A new study explores the connection between hearing loss and the risk of accidental injury.
Turner syndrome affects 1 of every 2000-4000 female births and can cause hearing loss. Learn about Turner syndrome, available resources and how to find help for hearing loss.
Swimmer's ear can lead to pain and temporary hearing loss. Find out what swimmer's ear is, its symptoms and how it's treated here.
Today's hearing aids are marvels of technology. Take a look back in history to see the fascinating evolution of the modern hearing device.
Celebrating National Repeat Day this June can be great fun unless untreated hearing loss is the reason you need so much repetition.
Don't let misconceptions about hearing loss stand in the way of hearing your best. Learn the facts behind these common hearing loss myths.
Regardless of your summer plans, remember: it’s never a good idea to take a vacation from hearing health. Check out our tips for optimal hearing health for your summer holidays.
It's wedding season! If you're planning a summer wedding, we've got tips to ensure your guests with hearing loss will have the same great experience as the rest of your guests.
Confidence is the key to successful hearing aid use. If you know how to take ...
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.
Dealing with tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, isn't simple, but incorporating healthy habits that can provide some relief can be. Download this free tool that will help you get started.
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.
Don’t let all the reasons you don't wear your hearing aids to interfere with your ability to enjoy what life has to offer, especially when you already have the solution. Here's how to put your hearing aids back to work again.
Join the thousands of people who have been using their feet to make a difference for people with hearing loss in an HLAA Walk4Hearing fundraiser near you!
Obesity may increase the risk of other health conditions that are linked to hearing loss, such as high blood pressure and diabetes.
You may wonder if there are any surgeries that correct hearing loss. Here are the common ear surgeries that can restore lost hearing from specific causes.
A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reveals a link between hearing loss and poor nutrition during childhood.
Chronic stress is part of life for too many Americans. Besides harming your health, find out how it contributes to hearing loss.
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.