Researchers Discover Brain Reorganizes after Hearing Loss
Researchers exploring the ways in which our brains respond to hearing loss have found that the brain reorganizes, which may be related to a link between age-related hearing loss and dementia.
Communication: How Hearing Aids Improve Relationships
A slew of recent studies have found overwhelming evidence that hearing aids improve relationships. By allowing easy communication, hearing aids are removing stress, and preventing arguments and misunderstandings. One study by Hear the World, a foundation that supports those living with hearing loss, found that “70 percent of all respondents who have hearing aids confirm …
Tips for Dining Out with Hearing Loss
The new trend toward a more festive, vibrant ambiance in restaurants has made dining experiences much louder than before.
The One Beat That Can Preserve Your Hearing
Factors like work history and medications can play a role in determining if you have hearing loss, but should we also be looking at gender?
Hearing Tests During Doctors Appointments Are Rare
Hearing tests during doctor appointments are rare. In fact, only about 23 percent of adults receive hearing screenings during routine health exams.