• Caring for Your Hearing Aids
    Taking care of your hearing aids helps you get the most out of them. If you don't, your hearing aids can develop serious problems. Here's what you need to know to keep your hearing aids working well.
  • Diabetes and Hearing Loss
    We all know that hearing loss comes from things like loud noises and aging. But there's another cause you might not be aware of: diabetes. It's a common disease that harms many parts of the body, and it greatly raises your risk for hearing loss. So if you have diabetes, it's important to manage it.
  • Hearing Aids and Brain Function
    We all know hearing aids help you communicate. But did you know that hearing aids may also improve your brain function and memory? Let's learn more about that.
  • Hearing Aids and Quality of Life
    We tend to think of hearing loss as mainly a "hearing" problem. But it also affects your social life, often in ways you may not even realize. As communication becomes harder for you, you may get left out of conversations. You may get left out of groups. Gradually, you become more and more isolated. This isn't good for your brain or your emotional health. But hearing aids can change that. Let's look at some of the benefits.
  • The Benefit of Wearing Two Hearing Aids
    Even when you have hearing loss in both ears, your ears don't always lose their ability at exactly the same rate. You may feel like you have a "good" ear and a "bad" ear. You may be tempted to get just one hearing aid for the "bad" ear. But for many people, this isn't the best plan. Because while wearing only one hearing aid may improve your hearing, wearing two gives you a much better experience. Let's take a moment to learn why.