December 12, 2019

We know it can be hard to connect with the people you love during loud family gatherings. For those living with hearing loss, the holidays can be a tiresome and isolating situation. We hope during this holiday season, these tips will help you enjoy this time with famil...

Concerned you might need a hearing aid? If you can relate to any of the social or emotional queues, you may benefit from a hearing aid.

The short answer is yes. Although many factors can influence hearing loss, such as the environment, medical issues, trauma, and medications, genetics can also play a vital role, especially to those with congenital hearing loss (hearing loss present at birth). 

The CDC r...

Winter weather can be a trigger to hearing loss. Find out how.

Hearing is essential to your livelihood, therefore taking care of your ear health is very important. Don’t wait until a serious problem occurs. The best way to prevent hearing loss is to take steps every day to protect your ears. Here are 10 ways you can protect your e...

Did you know that hearing and balance are correlated? And that wearing hearing aids may help your balance? Your balance may be off for a number of reasons, such as visual, neurological, and muscular problems. However, balance can also be related to your inner ear and h...

Temperatures are rising and that means days at the pool and trips to the beach. We don’t want you to miss out on any of the fun, but you should be mindful of keeping your hearing aids safe and dry.

Moisture is one of the main reasons hearing aids need repair. So unless...

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss can happen when you listen to loud noises frequently without protection. A few factors that put you at risk for Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) are how close you are to a noise, how long you hear it, and of course how loud it is. If you wan...