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For National Alzheimer's Month (June), we present an exploration of the connection between the brain, the disease, hearing loss, and more.
These tips can help you raise awareness for hearing and speech conditions, while also ensuring you and your family are communicating at your very best.
Noise-induced hearing loss has become a silent danger among Americans. Millions are exposed to it every day and may not be aware of its permanent consequences.
Think about it. When was the last time you had your ears checked? For many Americans, the answer to those questions is no. What can you do to change this?
Advocates like Grace and Jack continue to pave the way for other athletes with hearing loss. Read what advice that have for playing sports with hearing loss
Holiday music has it all, but do you know which ones mention the sounds of the season? We made a list, but you should check it twice!
During the season of giving, why not gift something that can help protect their hearing, improve the life of their hearing aid, or provide tinnitus relief?
Some of 2016's most popular childrenís toys could reach dangerous volume levels. Keep their ears safe and know which toys to avoid this holiday season.
EarQ staff shares the top five sounds of the Thanksgiving season and how the holidays can be improved by treating hearing loss and reconnecting to what matters.
Too often our veterans come home with injuries we canít even see. 60% of those who serve have some form of hearing loss or tinnitus. How can we change this?
For 5 years we have been spreading awareness, treating former players for hearing loss, and researching preventive measures. What else can happen in five years?
Ingrid Vanderveldt, Founder and Chairman of Empowering a Billion Women by 2020, is thankful for the impact her hearings aids have had on her life.
As a parent you always want to see your child succeed in school. Their hearing could be a factor into their academic success. Find out what you need to know!
From Rick Grimes killing off zombies in the Walking Dead to the party lifestyle of Barney Stinson in How I Met Your Mother, there are plenty of examples.
Music lovers flock to venues every summer to see their favorite bands, but many donít know the risk of not protecting their ears at these loud concerts.
Some of these products on our list are fun, while others could actually be dangerous. The one thing they all have in common is that they’re strange!
Today, April 1st, we're proud to announce a brand new EarQ program that aims to combat hearing loss across the galaxy!
Your ears do more than just let you hear, they also have a strong link with your body's sense of balance.
You want to get your kids everything on their wish list, but could some of those toys bring more harm than joy? Find out what to avoid this holiday season.
Knowing what makes up a hearing aid and how it functions, is important in understanding how these devices bring sounds back into your life.
Hearing aid care is essential to keep your devices functioning properly for a long time. These tips can ensure you get the most out of your hearing aids.
Football is a game of risk and reward, but how great are the risks? High school football concussion could be leaving students with long term health issues.
Hearing aids come in a variety of styles to fit everyone's life. From behind-the-ear to completely-in-the-canal, do you know which is best for you?
These tips can help you protect your children from noise-induced hearing loss by monitoring and controlling the volume they use on personal devices.
David Michael Hahn's hearing aid is as important to him as his brain or his heart. He encourages others to never be embarrassed about taking steps to hear better.
The majority of people with hearing loss have not yet taken steps to correct it. However, those who have taken action all share certain characteristics.
Hearing aid batteries usually last between three and seven days. Change them less often with these tips to help you extend their life as long as possible.
Tinnitus can be disruptive and uncomfortable, but hearing aids can help make symptoms manageable, especially if they come with tinnitus therapy technology.
When you first start wearing hearing aids, there's a short adjustment period. Use these tips and tricks to get used to your new devices quickly and easily.
Swimming is fun, but swimmer's ear is not. Taking these steps can make it easy to protect your ears from unwanted moisture and keep them infection-free.
Earwax can be a major factor in conductive hearing loss, but this is often preventable. Know when to clean your ears and which methods are safe to use.
What's the difference between water resistant and waterproof hearing aids? How do you know which option is right for you and your lifestyle needs?
Mari Quigley Miller, coordinator of a tinnitus support group in Orange County, California, tells her story and offers advice to others who have tinnitus.
Hearing healthcare professionals can tell you what it's like to watch a person's world open up through better hearing. It's no wonder they love their job.
Hearing loss can be conductive, sensorineural, or mixed. Learn how to prevent or respond to each type by understanding its causes and treatment options.
Even without signs of hearing loss, annual hearing tests are important. They let you monitor your hearing health and react appropriately to any changes.
If you know someone with hearing difficulties, it can be difficult to convince them to get a hearing test. Here are seven ideas to help guide the conversation.
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss is a growing and serious health concern. Take these steps to recognize risky situations and actively protect your hearing ability.
Some people are concerned that hearing aids will make their hearing worse. Yet if they're fitted correctly, hearing aids are both safe and life-changing.
Planning for retirement's medical expenses be daunting, but it is possible and important to include the cost of hearing health in your retirement planning.
Big box retailer, online, or private hearing healthcare professional? There are a lot of options to consider when purchasing hearing aids. Which is best?
Just minutes in a sports arena can exceed your daily limit of healthy noise. Fans, athletes, coaches, staff, and officials must all protect their hearing.
Taking good care of your ears helps you avoid injuries and noise exposure that could lead to hearing loss. Follow these 9 tips to keep them in great shape.
Multiple parts of the brain may be involved in the cause of tinnitus. Read about this research and new solutions available for managing tinnitus symptoms.
Michael Lizarraga, Tamika Catchings, and Lance Allred are just a few basketball players with hearing loss who haven't let it get in the way of their dreams.
There are many more celebrities with hearing loss and tinnitus than you might think. Learn about how they've conquered hearing loss and enjoyed success.
Are you planning your next vacation or getaway? Check out these tips that can make your trip even better than you imagine, if you're adventurous enough.
This list of tips helps teachers, administrators, and parents create or improve plans to incorporate classroom accommodations for students with hearing loss.
Hawkeye is a superhero in more ways than one; he stands out as one of the only comic book characters to wear hearing aids and show what hearing loss is like.
If you're looking for gift ideas for hearing aid wearers, this list has a combination of fun, affordable, and practical items that make great gifts.
Newborn hearing screenings help to detect hearing loss early, leading to adoption of hearing device solutions that ensure growth of learning and development.
Nancy Chovancek shares her journey with hearing loss due to Meniere's disease and the recovery of sounds in her life after receiving Cochlear implants.
These three superheroes have the ability of enhanced hearing, and one of them uses the sense of hearing in a way that's both surprising and awesome.
Dr. Lauren E. Storck proposes the idea of a captioning culture that includes everyone from those with normal hearing to those with profound hearing loss.
Music has been shown to have many health benefits for people of all ages, but what happens if someone has hearing difficulties and can't hear the music?
Literary characters with hearing difficulties who changed the reader's perception of hearing loss include John Singer, Linda Snopes, and Alice Guthries.
How can you ensure that your child's hearing health is a priority? Learn how to talk to and empower your child to take control for hearing loss prevention.
Wearable tech has long been associated with nerds, but today's Made for iPhone hearing aids are working to connect people with technology in healthy ways.
Everyone in the workplace can benefit from better communication, and these tips will help people communicate with colleagues who have hearing loss.
The Silent Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials grew up differently and approach the workplace with different styles, skills, and expectations.
Dolphins sleep with one eye open, cilia push out earwax, and catfish have around 100,000 taste buds. Learn more facts about the five senses!
2014's least stressful job may surprise you. Learn about the benefits, responsibilities, work environment, and average salary and how it could be a winning career move for you and other audiologists.
Which two things do these three former U.S. presidents have in common? Find this out and other fun facts about some of the most popular presidents in US history.
Here's a list of seven television and film characters who give a hearing audience a non-hearing perspective. Included is a link to a Neil Patrick Harris oldie but goodie!
There are many myths and misperceptions about hearing aids that people believe. Learn more about the myths and how to positively approach hearing loss.
Derrick Coleman and other NFL players have proven that determination and strength of character overshadow perceived disabilities and allow dreams to be reached.
We've compiled six craft ideas for speech-language pathologists, teachers, friends, and family members. Includes a hearing aid storage container project!
Feeling excluded from social events? Feeling depressed because you can't hear what people are saying? Find out the signs, symptoms, and solutions for depression due to hearing loss.
Seven famous people with hearing loss include Bill Clinton, Rob Lowe, and Danny Elfman. Find out who else is on the list along with a fun fact about each person.
Some noisy toys have dangerously high decibel levels that greatly increase the risk of hearing loss in children. Find out what noisy toys made the list for 2013.
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