Negative Stigma Associated With Hearing loss

A stigma is defined as "a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person."

Hearing Loss in the Workplace

Hearing is an essential component to any workplace - whether you work in service, medical, business or any other industry, hearing loss can not only be an inconvenience to you but also to your work[...]

Hearing Loss and Dementia

Recent studies show a 94% correlation between hearing loss and Dementia.

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Golf and Hearing Loss

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Protect Your Ears & Hearing

Below are a few things you can do at home to help take care of your ears and hearing:

Are You Tired of the Ringing and Buzzing in Your Ears?

Do you notice a ringing, hissing, roaring, or other sounds in one or both of your ears? If so, what you are experiencing is tinnitus. You are not alone. It is estimated that 50 million American[...]

Optimal Hearing Celebrates the Life of Billy Pitt

Billy Pitt left Kentucky in 1961 with a shoe box full of leads, and a desire to dedicate himself to helping the hearing impaired of his soon-to-be home of Savannah, Georgia.  He spent thirty years[...]

Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

There are three characteristics that can contribute to hearing damage Time: the length of time you are exposed to the sound Distance: How close you are to the source of the sound Decibel level: How[...]

World Hearing Day: Need to Know Hearing Loss Facts

About 48 million Americans suffer from hearing loss.  Hearing loss in adults can be strongly predicted by age, but also by gender, and by ethnicity. Hearing loss is not only predicted by genetic[...]