Cracking, buzzing, rumbling, thumping and ringing in the ears. Where are these sounds coming from, and what do they mean for your health?
Hearing loss affects more than your ears: it also impacts your ability to socialize and your mental health. Find out how hearing aids can help.
Want to cram for your hearing test? Here are seven foolproof ways to prepare for your next hearing exam.
There are so many fun activities to do every summer! So how can you make sure those activities don’t damage or harm your hearing aids?
If you have hearing loss, should you be driving? Yes! Turns out, hearing loss doesn’t impact your overall ability to drive that much–as long as you pick up these extra habits.
There’s no good reason not to schedule a hearing exam. They’re painless and important to your overall health.
Tinnitus is strongly associated with hearing loss. If you have ringing in your ears, you should get your hearing tested.
Here are the most common signs of early hearing loss. Number 7 is shocking.
These tips for new hearing aid users can help make the transition smoother and easier.
Thinking of taking a trip to the pool and worried about getting your hearing aids wet? Here are some things to consider.