April 24, 2019
hearing aids not created equal

Not All Hearing Aids Are Created Equal

A hearing aid is a hearing aid, right? While it would seem commonsensical to think that any old hearing aid should help someone with hearing loss
April 9, 2019
hearing and deaf infants

New Research Finds that Hearing and Deaf Infants Process Information Differently

As you may imagine—or as you perhaps know from experience—having a child who has hearing loss is difficult. Hearing loss affects how they learn, how they
March 20, 2019
hearing test to detect autism

Early Hearing Assessments May Indicate Autism

Autism is a condition that affects millions of children across the United States. Yet, no single definitive cause has been identified. Early intervention is key to
March 7, 2019
What is normal hearing

What is “Normal” in Terms of Hearing Well and Hearing Loss

Every person’s hearing is different, so what is “normal” in terms of hearing well and hearing loss? Over time, you have likely noticed that no two people
February 20, 2019
Barriers to Tinnitus Care

The Risks of Undiagnosed Tinnitus

Tinnitus, also called “ringing in the ears” is a surprisingly common issue in adults. While not a condition in and of itself, tinnitus is actually a
February 7, 2019
Hearing Loss and Cognitive Impairment

Hearing Loss And Cognition In Young People

Cognition is the activities of thinking, understanding, learning, and remembering. Cognitive decline is a normal part of the aging process. Although it can occur at different

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