March 12, 2019
5 things that make tinnitus worse

5 things that can make tinnitus worse

Tinnitus is often described as whistling, buzzing or ringing in the ears. Here are some tips relating to five things that can make tinnitus worse.
March 29, 2018
new hearing aids

Am I speaking too loud when wearing my new hearing aids?

For the first-time hearing aid user, there’s a common issue everyone faces, and that is adjusting to the sound and volume of your own voice as heard through the hearing aids. […]
March 6, 2018
improve listening skills

Do brain-training games improve listening skills?

Findings from a recent study at Harvard University in Boston, suggest that adults with hearing loss, who play computer games designed to improve audio skills, may have an easier time […]
March 2, 2018
World Hearing Day 2018

World Hearing Day 2018: How we can prevent hearing loss in the future

World Hearing Day is happening tomorrow and this year’s the theme is ‘Hear the Future’. The World Health Organization (WHO) and other organizations across the globe will come together to raise […]
February 27, 2018
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Can’t hear the T.V.? 3 tips for watching television with hearing loss

Can't hear the TV? It may be the first sign of hearing loss.Here three tips for watching television with hearing loss.
February 8, 2018
london underground

Mind your hearing: Can traveling on the London Underground cause hearing loss?

The BBC recently discovered that certain parts of the London Underground can be as loud as a helicopter taking off nearby. Does this mean that commuters should be using hearing protection […]
February 6, 2018
Effects of Tinnitus

Tinnitus: It’s in your head

Research highlights possible cause for tiredness and concentration issues related to chronic tinnitus.
February 5, 2018
tinnitus week

Tinnitus Week: Sharing information, resources and relief

For the first time ever, the biggest tinnitus organizations have come together to promote awareness of tinnitus, for Tinnitus Week 2018.
January 1, 2018
new year's resolutions

Two New Year’s resolutions for people with hearing loss

New Year’s resolutions are often about setting ourselves new goals to accomplish, or new skills to learn. There are many modes of communication for deaf and hard of hearing people. […]
August 1, 2017
going to the spa with hearing aids

5 tips for going to the spa with hearing aids

Spa experiences are designed with relaxation in mind, but for those who have hearing loss, there may be some barriers to relaxation. How do you avoid confusion, feeling on edge, […]
June 29, 2017
is my hearing damaged?

5 Loud Noises That Could Damage Your Hearing

What happens when sounds are too loud or if we are exposed to them for too long? You may think, "is my hearing damaged?"
June 27, 2017
sign language users have better peripheral vision

Do Sign Language Users Have Better Peripheral Vision?

Think fast! Have you ever thought about how fast your reaction time is?  A UK study has found that sign language users have better peripheral vision and reaction times than […]
June 21, 2017
hearing aid care tips

3 Hearing Aid Care Tips for Summer

Do you know the best ways to care for your hearing aids? Here are our top hearing aid care tips for summer.
June 15, 2017
gifts for dads with hearing loss

6 Father’s Day Gifts for Dads with Hearing Loss

Looking for a Father's day gift for dads with hearing loss? We've got you covered.
June 5, 2017

Study: Are familiar voices more recognizable?

Auditory training might improve the ability of participants with hearing loss to recognize the speech and improve communication.
June 1, 2017
who preventable hearing loss

WHO adopts resolution on prevention of hearing loss

On Tuesday, delegates at the World Health Assembly vowed to ‘intensify action to prevent deafness and hearing loss,’ by pushing governments to impose safety and accessibility measures.  To reduce the prevalence […]
April 27, 2017
traveling with hearing loss - what it's like to travel with hearing loss

24 hours of traveling with hearing loss

Traveling with hearing loss can bring lots of complications, such as not being able to hear announcements, but it also comes with some perks.
March 2, 2017
#hearinglosshour

#HearingLossHour: Shopping with Hearing Loss

Facilitated by one of our Hearing Like Me bloggers, and supported by Phonak, #Hearinglosshour is a live Twitter chat devoted to discussions about living with hearing loss. It takes place […]
February 13, 2017
waves

This is how Deaf people’s brains process visual rhythms

Deaf people's neural responses to visual rhythmic stimuli closely matched hearing subjects’ neural responses to the auditory stimuli, according to a study.
February 9, 2017

Study: 1 in 4 adults in U.S. may have hearing loss

“Noise is the most common modifiable environmental cause of hearing loss among young and middle-aged adults, according to a new study.