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Our hearing resources educate patients on hearing loss treatment, hearing aids and many audiology services that are available in the hearing industry.

Do Hearing Aids Help with Tinnitus?

Around 15-20% of the population suffers from tinnitus – a ringing, roaring, buzzing or hissing sound in your ears that...

Impacts of Untreated Hearing Loss

Hearing loss affects the lives of almost 48 million Americans. That’s almost 15% of the American population!  Hearing...

What is Musical Ear Syndrome?

Friedrich Nietzsche was believed to have said, “Without music, life would be a mistake.” Music is an inherent part o...

What Happens If I Lose a Hearing Aid?

Losing a hearing aid is a big concern for both new and experienced hearing aid users! Not only does the prospect of losi...

Understanding the Basic of Rechargeable Hearing Aids

If you suffer from hearing loss, you are not alone. It’s estimated that almost 48 million Americans are affected by he...

What is Acoustic Neuroma?

At the intersection of audiology and neurology lies a condition termed Acoustic Neuroma, also known as Vestibular Schwan...

Dancing is Good for Your Brain

Did you know that, much like how wearing hearing aids may help prevent cognitive decline, dancing can too? Put them toge...

Turner Syndrome and Hearing Loss

Turner Syndrome is a genetic condition that affects approximately 1 in 2,500 newborn girls. While it’s predominant...

Identifying and Treating Vertigo

Anyone who has vertigo knows just how difficult it can make their life. With the constant moving and spinning, you are l...

The Importance of Hearing Aids in Your Ability to Age in Place

If you’re over the age of 50, chances are that you have heard of the concept of “aging in place” and considered if...

Do I Need Hearing Aids for Mild Hearing Loss?

The short answer is: yes! Now let us explain why. First, you don’t hear with just your ears, they are just how the sou...

Chemical Exposures and Hearing Health: Understanding the Risks

Every day, we come into contact with various chemicals, whether at work, home, or in our environment. While most discuss...

The Science of Whispering: Unraveling the Mysteries of Hushed Conversations

Whispering, a unique form of human communication, has intrigued scientists and linguists for decades. This page is dedic...

What is Auditory Neuropathy?

Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder (ANSD) presents a unique challenge in the realm of hearing conditions. It’s ...

What is Eustachian Tube Dysfunction?

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD) is a common condition that occurs when the Eustachian tube—a narrow passage connecti...

Exploring Teleaudiology: How Remote Hearing Care Services Can Benefit You

In today’s digital age, advancements in technology have revolutionized the way healthcare services are delivered, ...

What is Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct (EVA)?

Mondini first described Enlarged Vestibular Aqueduct (EVA) in 1791. Also known as “Large” Vestibular Aqueduc...

Benefits of Hearing Aids

If you or a loved have hearing loss, it is important to seek treatment. Untreated hearing loss can bring a number of cha...

Frequently Asked Questions / FAQ

Q – What is tinnitus? A – Tinnitus, or ringing in the ear is not a disease, but a symptom which can result f...

Glossary of Hearing Loss & Hearing Aid Terms

Aa Acoustic Meaning related to sound or the sense of hearing. Acoustic Nerve The vestibulocochlear nerve also known as t...

Hearing Aid Features 101

The recent advances in technology have greatly expanded the range of hearing aid features available on the market today....

Hearing Aid Maintenance Guide

Proper maintenance of your hearing aid can significantly extend the life of the device. It can also ensure the device is...

5 Facts About Tinnitus

Have you ever experienced buzzing, hissing, clicking or ringing in your ears? If so, you’re not alone! Known as tinnit...

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Noise-induced hearing loss, or NIHL, occurs when the sensitive structures of the inner ear are damaged, causing a loss i...

What is Purulent Labyrinthitis?

Purulent labyrinthitis is an infection in your inner ear that can affect your hearing and balance.  What is Purulen...

Lifestyle Comparison

The Right Treatment Plan to Suit Your Listening Lifestyle As you reclaim your life and overcome hearing impairments, you...

Common Health Conditions Linked to Hearing Loss

You may think of hearing loss as something that just happens as we age. However, there are health conditions that are li...

Hearing Aid Travel Guide

It’s estimated that in the US, the average adult travels twice a year. Travel is a great way to experience new places ...

Hearing Loss Statistics

The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) estimates that one in three people in the U...

Auditory Deprivation & Your Brain: What You Should Know

Robert Martin (PhD) said in the Hearing Journal: “Wear your hearing aids or your brain will rust.”  Sounds a bi...

Hearing Aid Accessories for Active Lifestyles

An estimated  40 million Americans over 18 report some degree of hearing difficulty. For many of these people, hearing ...

Genetic Hearing Loss: Causes & Treatment

It’s natural for hearing to decline as you age, but genetic conditions also lead to hearing loss. If you or someon...

Hearing Aid Accessories for Active Lifestyles

An estimated  40 million Americans over 18 report some degree of hearing difficulty. For many of these people, hearing ...

Understanding Hearing Aid Technology: What You Should Know

If you’ve been diagnosed with hearing loss, you’re not alone. It is estimated that almost 38 million Americans have ...

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