Many older adults are unable to afford the hearing care they need. But that could soon change, thanks to a pair of developments.
Research shows that hearing loss is a risk factor for dementia, and it’s been linked to a greater risk of cognitive decline, depression and falls.
Lower hearing aid costs will be good news for consumers, especially seniors with hearing loss
Are restaurant owners finally getting the message that dining out shouldn’t come with a giant helping of noise?
Summertime offers the opportunity for a kind of social encounter that those with significant hearing loss don’t get often enough — an outdoor party.
I used to have perfect hearing, although I could select what I didn’t want to hear. But now that I’m getting older, I am becoming more concerned about my hearing. I am also a recent cancer survivor, truly thankful for every day that I wake up.
There was Secretary of State John Kerry, briefing members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on using military force in Syria.
What is it with our obsession with earwax? We pick, prod, dig, candle, irrigate, swab and vac it out, sometimes with harmful results.
It just seems like common sense: Screening older adults for hearing loss is a cheap, effective, harmless way to determine if their hearing ability has worsened and might be helped with a hearing aid.
A new study has found that while the average baby boomer thinks they have above average hearing, their kids think they should get their ears checked.
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