Hearing Health Blog
These five simple activities can help you improve your cognitive function and sharpen your mind–especially if your hearing loss is also being treated.
Find out how to read an audiogram and what the results mean for treatment.
Imagine for a minute you're a salesperson. Now imagine that you have a call scheduled today with a very valuable client. Numerous representatives from their offices have come together to discuss whether to employ your company for the job. As the call goes on, voices...
Limit hearing loss – it’s crucial for your health. Protect your hearing with these 3 tips.
Existing evidence suggests that regular hearing tests could be a helpful way to reduce your risk of dementia.
Tinnitus symptoms can be worse at night, but why? And, what can you do about it?
Traveling with hearing loss can require a few extra steps. But with the right preparation, your vacation can be as relaxing (or adventurous) as you want!
Untreated hearing loss can lead to increased hospital admission and readmission rates. But there are some things you can do to lower your risks of hospital-related complications.
Wearing your glasses and hearing aids at the same time can sometimes be a challenge–but with the right approach, you can find success.
Like anything, the better you take care of your hearing aid, the longer they will last.