audiology

February 8, 2019
Couples with sensory loss

Valentine’s Day is coming up! Here is an interesting study on couples living with sensory loss.

As you can imagine – or as you have perhaps learned for yourself – sensory loss, including hearing loss, impacts almost every aspect of a person’s
December 20, 2018
New Year's Resolution for Hearing Health

A New Year for Hearing Health

With the new year upon us, many of us plan on making changes. Resolutions often include quitting smoking, eating healthier foods, losing weight, and working out
December 6, 2018
FAQs about hearing loss

Do I Need A Hearing Aid And How Do I Get One?

A hearing aid will not cure your hearing loss. However, the device will help you hear better, communicate effectively, and get more enjoyment out of life.
November 21, 2018
Hearing loss stigma

The Stigma That Comes with Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is one of the most common medical problems in the world. Hearing loss greater than 40 dB affects approximately 466 million people worldwide, or
November 10, 2018
Sounds and dizziness

What is Semicircular Canal Dehiscence?

Imagine for a minute that certain sounds had power over you. The power to make your head spin and shake your balance… it’s not a scene
October 25, 2018
Effect of Sound on the Brain and productivity

The Connection Between Sound And Your Ability to Concentrate

Perhaps you’ve found yourself in this situation: the one where you sit down to focus on your creative work and realized the environment is entirely too
September 26, 2018
Modern Design and the Restaurant Dilemma

How Modern Design is Fueling the Restaurant Dilemma

Restaurants are big business these days with chefs reaching celebrity status and the average American eating out at least five times per week! With a variety
September 12, 2018
Unique Speech Fluctuations in Humans

Vocal Fluctuations And Hearing Loss

According to the Linguistic Society of America, there are nearly 7,000 distinct human languages, which include everything from Hopi to British Sign Language. Humankind’s propensity for
August 27, 2018
Young girl looking at iPad and wearing earbuds

Personal Device Use & Children – Hearing Loss Prevention

The days of the Walkman and portable CD players are long gone. Firmly taking their place are tablets, portable gaming devices, and smartphones. With the ease
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