For most people, hearing loss happens gradually over time. But sometimes, hearing loss can come on suddenly and without warning. Here’s what to do about sudden sensorineural hearing loss.
Get practical talking points from an audiologist for talking to a loved one about getting help for their hearing.
Hearing and vision loss are common as we age, but there are things you can do to lessen the impact. A doctor discusses sensory decline and aging.
Hear ye, hear ye: Hearing problems impact your social life and mental health. So why are many people missing out on getting help for hearing loss? Learn how hearing loss support can make a big difference to your quality of life.
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Many more people with hearing loss could benefit from cochlear implants, but myths about these devices persist. Learn the truth about cochlear implants — and whether you might be a candidate.
Occupational hearing loss is a common work hazard. Discover eight professions that are at risk for noise-induced hearing loss and ways to turn down the volume to protect your ears.
Hearing loss at 30? It’s way more common than you think. Learn more about noise-induced hearing loss: what causes hearing loss in your 30s and 40s and three ways to prevent it.
Noise-induced hearing loss is common, but it’s also preventable. Learn when you should be wearing earplugs, and which types to buy.
Headphones and ear buds (yes, that includes your new AirPods) can fill your ears with satisfying sounds — but they could also damage your hearing. Prevent that from happening with this advice from an audiologist.
Hearing devices are in the midst of a huge change to their delivery model. New, self-programmable options have appeal, but shouldn’t be considered a replacement for the expertise of an audiologist.