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What to Know About Meniere’s Disease

The inner-ear disorder that causes hearing loss is treatable

Hearing Conditions

Travel Tips for Those With Hearing Loss

How to navigate some common challenges of planes, trains and automobiles

How Your Hearing May Decline As You Age

If you live long enough you are going to experience some loss

Top Medical Problem for Veterans: Hearing Issues

How the VA can help with free or low-cost testing, hearing aids and more

Hearing Aids and Help

Low-Cost Hearing Aids for Women Hit The Market

Federal rule changes lead to innovation and new devices scaled to fit smaller ears

Hearing Aids Can Mean Fewer Hospital Visits

A study finds new benefits for people with hearing loss who use the devices

Artificial Intelligence Can Help Pick Voices Out of a Crowd

A Google breakthrough could lead to more effective hearing aids

Listen Up! New Apple iOS Feature Is Music to Your Ears

It turns your AirPods into a kind of hearing aid to better hear voices

What You Can Do to Hear Your TV Better

Our guide to new tools that boost volume and clarity of sound

Cheaper Devices May Work As Well as Hearing Aids

Consumers can buy the over-the-counter devices without getting an exam

Hearing Loss Prevention

10 Surprisingly Common Causes of Hearing Loss

And what you can do to help prevent them

4 Steps to Protect Your Hearing Now

Take care of the hearing you have, no matter your age

What You Need to Know About Noise

Even the roar of football fans can affect your hearing

Your Hearing Life

Marlee Matlin Talks About Her ‘Quantico’ Role

She and cast mates use sign language in ABC drama

Hearing Loss: America’s Silent Epidemic

The impact will grow as boomers age

Helpful Resources

Videos

There's Something I Want You to Hear

A chat over the phone. Answers to questions. An important conversation. These are things that should never be missed. Up to 40 percent of people age 50+ have some hearing loss, and much of the time it's left untreated. If you or someone you love has hearing loss, don't ignore it — check it out

Hear Better: Quick Tips to Care for Your Hearing Aid

A hearing aid can improve your social life, allow you to hear those you love and even make a difference at work. Watch and learn about easy things you can do to keep your hearing aid working well


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