Auditory Neuropathy, What is it?
Auditory neuropathy is a hearing disorder that occurs when signals from the ear do not successfully reach the brain. Treatment can help improve symptoms.
Hearing Aids, a History
Knowing the history of hearing aids can help you better understand how modern versions of these devices can help you hear better–and treat hearing loss.
If You Want to Enjoy Your Life, Keep that Hearing Aid Turned on!
Are you tempted to leave your hearing aid in a drawer? This study found you’d be missing out on more than just your hearing.
I’m Going Nuts With This Itchy Ear
There could be a few reasons why your itchy ears have been driving you crazy–from ill fitting hearing aids to allergies. Relief means finding the right treatment.
Should Musicians Wear Hearing Protection?
If you’re a musician, it’s likely that your hearing is your livelihood. Discover how a few simple tips can help you protect your hearing for years to come.
Types, Facts, and Diagnosis of Hearing Tests
You can’t self-diagnose your hearing loss. Getting to the bottom of your symptoms–and finding the right treatment–requires the right type of hearing test.
Your Relationships Don’t Need to be Negatively Affected by Hearing loss
Open communication is essential for any relationship, but it is especially important when dealing with a hearing loss.
Are There Different Kinds of Hearing Loss?
Knowing what type of hearing loss you are experiencing can help you and your hearing specialist identify the right treatment plan, including hearing aids.
Forgetting Essential Information? This Might be Why
Forgetting more these days? It may not be a memory problem. It could be a treatable condition. Memory loss is connected to hearing loss.
Myths About Hearing Loss
Don’t be taken in by misinformation about mild hearing loss.