A Healthy Diet Linked To Lower Risk Of Hearing Loss In Women

A new study from Brigham and Women’s Hospital says a healthy diet could reduce the risk of hearing loss in women by 30 percent. Click Here to Read

May Is Better Hearing and Speech Month

Preventing hearing loss promotes lifelong learning, and staying connected to our family, our friends, and our surroundings. Click Here to Read More

Laurel or Yanny? What you hear could depend on your hearing loss.

Do you hear “Laurel” or “Yanny”? An expert says your answer could depend on your level of hearing loss. Click Here to Read More

Lyme Disease and Hearing Loss

Lyme disease is an infection caused by a bacterium (a germ) that is commonly transmitted by a bite from an infected deer tick. Although April through October is considered to be prime tick season; Lyme disease can be transmitted by a tick at any time of year. Symptoms Diagnosis of Lyme disease can be difficult […]

Hearing Loss Linked to Accelerated Brain Tissue Loss.

Although the brain becomes smaller with age, the shrinkage seems to be fast-tracked in older adults with hearing loss.   Click Here to Read More

Simple treatment may minimize hearing loss triggered by loud noises.

It’s well known that exposure to extremely loud noises — whether it’s an explosion, a firecracker or even a concert — can lead to permanent hearing loss. Click Here to Read More

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Study: How Many Kids Have Hearing Loss?

Scientists are finding what many parents will say they knew all along — loud music hurts kids’ hearing. Click Here to Read More