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This virtual event features special guests Frank Lin, M.D., and Nicholas Reed, AuD, leaders in the field of hearing and authors of AARP's ”Hearing Loss for Dummies.”
Take the Free National Hearing Test
Catch any issues early with this telephone exam
10 Signs of Hearing Loss
Family, friends are often the first to notice a problem
Could You Have Hidden Hearing Loss?
Long exposure to noise may cause this disorder
Expert tips for you on hearing aids, earwax, tinnitus and more
Understanding misconceptions can help your loved ones
Could hearing aids help protect the brain? (Adapted from AARP’s 'Hearing Loss for Dummies')
What you need to know about the new, less expensive hearing aids that are in stores and online
Health, lifestyle changes may be reasons for an upgrade
More than 600 drugs have been linked to hearing loss and tinnitus
Test your knowledge of these common devices with our quiz
Researchers explore the link between the virus and the ears
Lawnmowers, wood saws and even exercise classes can take a toll
How this common medical condition can affect your ears as well
Avoid these behaviors in order to protect your ears long-term
Member Savings on Hearing Products
Enjoy lower prices on hearing solutions
Free Telephone Hearing Test for AARP Members
Take the first step in addressing concerns you may have
Foundation & Isolation
Loss of hearing is a leading cause of isolation. Learn more from AARP Foundation
Do you or anyone you know suffer from tinnitus?
Have you had your hearing tested?
Do you use earplugs? Have you?
Hearing Loss for Dummies
In this new AARP book, authors Frank Lin and Nicholas Reed from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine lay out the steps to hearing health, including advice on just-released over-the-counter hearing aids.
AARP Policy Book
Find AARP’s public policies related to hearing that have been approved by AARP’s Board of Directors
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