Hearing Health Blog
Individuals with diabetes are more likely to have hearing loss. Discover more about this connection and how to be proactive here.
While they are likely to keep working in colder temperatures, cold weather (and snow) can have an impact on your hearing aid performance.
Ear candling is a method some people use to remove earwax from their ears, but this method is not recommended and may even be dangerous.
When it comes to hearing aids, it’s important to be careful before you buy! Discover the surprising truth about cheap hearing aids here.
Chemotherapy can lead to hearing loss in some patients. It’s important to talk to your care team about early signs of chemotherapy-caused hearing loss.
It can be hard to know when you might need a hearing aid. Watching for these clear signs can help make it clearer–so you can protect your hearing.
Don’t let hearing loss stop you from getting behind the wheel.
There’s nothing more frustrating than a hearing aid malfunction during an important moment. Knowing these three common causes might help fix the problem.
It’s possible to purchase a hearing aid over-the-counter. But there are some distinct advantages to seeing a hearing specialist for your hearing aid needs.
Being pregnant can affect your hearing in a variety of ways–including hearing loss and tinnitus. Rapid treatment for pregnancy-related hearing loss may be necessary.