Hearing aids and other costs related to treating hearing loss can be included as medical deductions on your taxes.
There are a number of reasons why your child may develop hearing loss. It’s important to seek help as soon as you notice a potential problem.
An important new study about the role of baby babble in language development highlights the importance of early intervention for hearing loss.
In honor of Women's History Month, we profile the young lady who inspired the first Deaf education programs in America, as well as the development of American Sign Language.
Make sure your ears weather the spring storms with our tips for healthy hearing this season.
From concept to completion, making a hearing aid can take more than ten years and involve as many as 500 engineers, consumers, hearing healthcare professionals and retailers.
First time buyers of hearing aids often experience sticker shock, especially in combination with news that their insurance company won't offset the cost. In this article, we dig deeper into the elements that determine the cost of hearing aids.
Read about a study that reveals the startling statistics on noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) in hunters, and the science behind it.
If your child experiences any of these common causes, take heart – then take action.
Advocating, contributing, donating, assisting and modeling are great ways to promote hearing health to those you love as well as to those you may never meet.
Read how getting hearing aids can benefit those you love and show them how much you care.
Support your loved one with hearing loss on Valentine's day with a gift that says you care.
We have the scoop on the easy and accurate hearing test you can take in the privacy of your own home.
Ideas for ways to improve communication and listening situations for your family and others.
Read about how the changes you make during American Heart Month can lead to healthier hearing.
Read about the innovative new technology that can turn your hearing aids into rechargeable devices.
Hearing loss is no joke, but there's no reason keeping your hearing healthy can't be fun with these exercises and games.
We have the scoop on a popular exercise program which could damage your hearing, and some dos and don'ts for protecting your hearing while getting fit.
Healthy Hearing received a Bronze award for an article, “Ten questions to ask your hearing healthcare professional,” and a merit award for the website category for its website.
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.
Putting your hearing health first this year is as easy as 1-2-3.
Read about how leaving this common chronic health condition untreated can cost you more than just a few missed words.
Three simple habits may be the key to better hearing this year.
A new study shows how that simple earwax blockage or ear infection could have long term consequences for your hearing.