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Statistics and facts about hearing loss.

Hearing loss affects 48 million people in the United States. Click Here to Read More

Is hearing loss a potential risk factor for dementia?

Dementia is typically associated with declines in cognitive function. Yet researchers have found an association between dementia and declines in hearing and other basic sensory functions. Click Here to Read More

Gaps seen between report of hearing loss and receipt of evaluation.

A significant percentage of adults who indicated their hearing ranged from a little trouble hearing to deaf had never seen a clinician for hearing problems and had never had their hearing tested. Click Here to Read More

What you need to know about Waardenburg Syndrome. 

Waardenburg syndrome refers to several rare genetic diseases that cause hearing loss, changes in the color of the eyes, skin, and hair, and changes in the shape of the face. Click Here to Read More

How To Describe Modern Aging?

It is no longer ok to be sexist or racist, so how come it is ok to be ageist? Click Here to Read More

Inner ear stem cells may someday restore hearing.

Study shows promise and potential peril in reversing hearing loss. Click Here to Read More

Using hearing aids makes a difference for other people too.

When Dane Aïda Regel Poulsen found out about her hearing loss, she turned it into something positive. Click Here to Read More

Causes of age-related hearing loss.

Presbycusis is the gradual and persistent loss of hearing in both ears that is related to aging. The effects increase over time and are linked to genetic and environmental factors. Click Here to Read More

7 surprising health complications from cold and flu.

Muffled hearing can be relatively common when you have a cold or the flu, but occasionally auditory issues can become more serious. Click Here to Read More

Rheumatoid arthritis and vitamin D deficiency linked to…

A study has linked vitamin D deficiency with an increased risk for cancer and autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis MS, and lupus. Click Here to Read More