While many people worldwide focus on atmospheric or land pollution across the world, they sometimes overlook the ever-important noise pollution. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it’s one of the most dangerous environmental threats to health. Drivers honking horns, groups of workers drilling the road surface, aircraft flying over us in the sky are Read more..
Since the COVID-19 onset, kids are spending time in front of a screen or listening to music more than usual. Most experts agree that some extra screen time right now isn’t going to do permanent damage to our kids—if we dial it back again when everyday life resumes. However, one thing that could damage them Read more..
As coronavirus continues to be the top news story around the country, thousands of side stories related to the virus keep making their way into the ears and eyes of the public. It can sometimes be challenging to separate fact from fiction, from vaccination conspiracy theories to unintended side effects. Something someone heard can rapidly Read more..
While the technology for hearing impairment remains better than ever, you can sometimes experience problems with hearing aids or other hearing devices. This is not uncommon, but luckily, you can do many things to get your devices up and working again. However, often a simple question remains: should I replace my hearing aids or simply Read more..
While hearing loss remains one of the top ailments in the United States, many doctors and researchers are still figuring out how and why it occurs. As hearing technology increases and research becomes more accurate, it provides professionals in this field with new and illuminating information to help those who suffer from hearing loss. Genetics Read more..
Tinnitus is one of the most common conditions around the world. Often described as a ringing or buzzing in the ears, tinnitus can often lead to hearing loss. When you have tinnitus, many things can make those sounds worse. It is essential to try and avoid these activities to preserve your hearing loss. Things to Read more..
In the past, audiology was mainly a practice of trial and sometimes error. Doctors, scientists, and audiologists tried their best to create hearing improvement for various cases, using whatever technology they had at their disposal at the time. Today, audiologists are equipped with new technologies and methods to make hearing aid programming process more effective. Read more..
While one of the most prevalent ailments to plague Americans, hearing loss is often one of the most difficult to spot. Affecting over 30 million people in the United States, it is a common problem that ails people of all ages. But what are the signs of hearing loss? One main sign of both tinnitus Read more..
Since the onset of COVID-19 last March, stories about the virus have dominated the news cycle. While most details such as infection rates, deaths, and celebrities who contracted the virus dominated the news, much has not been reported about the long-term effects of the virus. Since the virus is still spreading worldwide and there hasn’t Read more..
As hearing loss continues to affect millions of people worldwide, many seek a long-term solution to their hearing loss. For some, this involves buying a set of hearing aids, which have many benefits for overcoming hearing loss. Most people with hearing loss quickly discover the amazing benefits of hearing aids when they regularly wear them. Read more..