Different Types of Hearing Loss

So what is normal hearing and how do you know your hearing is declining? Normal hearing usually means that a person is able to hear


The US Centers for Disease Control estimates that around 15% of Americans experience tinnitus in some form. Tinnitus is characterized by a ringing or clicking sound in

I Can Hear But I Can’t Understand

One of the first things people with hearing loss observe is “I hear people fine, but I don’t understand what they are saying.” This is

What is the Best Hearing Aid for You?

What is the Best Hearing Aid for You?  There is nothing more important to the manufacturers of hearing aids and hearing healthcare professionals than your

Hearing Loss – Know The Facts

Hearing loss affects nearly 50 million Americans. This includes 1 in 5 teenagers and 60% of returning veterans from foreign wars. It is a pervasive

Give Mom the Gift of Hearing

Moms are a busy bunch.  Those duty-juggling, many-hats-wearing wonders cherish time for themselves. Whether on a walk, behind an easel with a paintbrush, or climbing

Hearing Loss and Brain Health

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]We all know that we use our ears to hear. However, our ears are not the only hearing organs. Even though we use the

Social Distancing and Hearing Loss

Normally, people with a severe hearing loss tend to self-isolate due to the strain it puts on their brain when trying to listen and interact