Making eye contact and reading lips is essential to human communication — especially for those who have hearing loss. But what happens when you can’t read lips clearly?
Old habits can be the enemy of hearing well. Our new “How To Talk About Hearing Loss” series helps those with (and those without) hearing loss hear — and communicate — better.
As we cope with coronavirus and COVID-19, we’re learning how to study, work, and live in the same space. Our noisy “new normal” affects our hearing health. Here’s what you can do about it.
Every year, the World Health Organization (WHO) sponsors World Hearing Day (WHD), making hearing health part of the overall discussion on health and wellness. A few of their statistics may surprise you!
Earbuds are blossoming into a major “hearables” market. But can better earbuds lead to a better life? You bet … if they help prevent hearing loss.
Hearables are here—and they’re impressive: reliable, advanced, and smart. But more than that, they’re cool. And that is what makes them a game-changer for hearing health.