When most people think about technology and hearing loss, they think about hearing aids. But hearing aids are just the beginning of how tech can help!
Have you performed basic maintenance and troubleshooting but your hearing aid is still not working properly? It’s likely that your hearing aid will need to be professionally repaired.
Hearing aid technology has come a long way and can revolutionize the way you hear sound!
Hearing loss and depression are both common conditions, and there is a growing body of evidence that suggests that there is a link between the two.
Audiobooks can entertain you and enrich your life. They can also help you train your ears–and they’ve become an important tool for auditory training.
Alcohol has a surprisingly strong impact on your inner ear, which means there’s a very strong link between drinking alcohol and tinnitus symptoms.
Auditory neuropathy is a hearing disorder that occurs when signals from the ear do not successfully reach the brain. Treatment can help improve symptoms.
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.
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.
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.