Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Causes, Problems, and Brain Training
Sensorineural hearing loss is the most common type of hearing impairment. Ways to deal with the condition exist. One type of brain-training game may be helpful.
Hearing Loss Facts and the Possibility of Stem Cell Therapy
A common cause of hearing loss is damage to the hair cells in the cochlea of the ear. Researchers hope to one day use stem cell therapy to make new hair cells.
Hearing Loss: Helpful Alternatives to Hearing Aids
Hearing aids are not the only options to help you understand speech today. There are a wide variety of apps and gadgets to help you out!
15 Possible Causes of Tinnitus Based on Survey of Sufferers
This is an analysis of a survey conducted with tinnitus sufferers to determine possible causes of this condition that causes ringing in the ears.
The Controversy About Deaf Children Learning Sign Language
Should deaf children learn sign language? An examination of conflicting opinions on this controversial subject.
Living With Tinnitus: How I Cope With It and What Worked for Me
This is a review of my experience. I'll share with you how I learned to deal with my tinnitus, information from my research, and a discussion about doctors claiming to understand it.
The Best Hearing Loss Simulations: Understanding Audiograms and the Impact of the Speech Banana
Hearing loss simulations are very useful for educating parents, teachers, and friends about what a hearing loss "sounds" like. This article also explains the different levels of hearing loss.
Water Sports With Hearing Aids and Cochlear Implants
Can you participate in water sports if you have hearing aids and cochlear implants? Yes! Find accessories and methods to improve the water-resistance of hearing aids and cochlear implants.
Assistive Technology Devices for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired
Various assistive technology and devices are available to the deaf and hearing impaired. This article lists a few of the auditory and non-auditory devices available to improve communication in the lives of the deaf and the hard of hearing.