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An Audiologist’s Guide to Hearing Loss

by Callum McPhillips We have 5 senses vital to everyday life, yet hearing is... Read More

Earbuds vs. Over-Ear Headphones – Which Should You Use?

Diet and exercise aside, avoiding noise-induced trauma is arguably one of the best ways... Read More

How important is it for a doctor to wear a face mask if a patient can’t understand what…

What’s more important for the patient who has hearing loss, preventing the spread of... Read More

Tinnitus – How you can help its sufferers

It is an awful and distressing thing to observe a loved one suffer from... Read More

A Link Between Hearing Loss and Dementia

by Stephen Yontz, President of FitHearing, LLC Hearing loss affects over 48 million people... Read More

HEARING HEALTH

This Old House: Noises You Need to Hear

HHTM Staff: Do we discuss the sounds that people need to hear?  There are... Read More

Hunting, the Holy Grail of Fall

By Patty Tillman Johnson   From the HHTM Editor:  Today’s post continues the series... Read More

Life, Longevity,Cognitive Decline, Hearing Loss… More Connected Than We Used to Think

HHTM Staff: For several years, we’ve been reporting on correlations linking hearing loss and... Read More

Hansen’s Disease and Auditory Vestibular Disorders (Part 10)

HHTM staff: This longer-than-expected series on leprosy nears an end with one more to... Read More

Noise versus Silence

Noise will continue to be the star at HHTM, in many guises:  sounds of a... Read More

AUDIOLOGY PRACTICE

Not-So-Ancient Mariners and Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

HHTM Staff: Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) has been the subject of many posts at... Read More

Smoke Detectors & Alarm Clocks: Can Clients Hear Them?

When we are providing hearing health to our clients, do we consider their hearing... Read More

Noise — the Bad Boy of Sports and Audiology

Noise has been topic of many past posts.  we’re tired of it and readers probably are... Read More

The Patient is the North Star: The Importance of a Level Playing Field

Last week’s post described people with hearing loss who compensate by dominating conversation. Today’s... Read More

Missing the Obvious and the Occult: Why Audiologists Can’t Take Shortcuts

HHTM Staff All of us have taken shortcuts on the calculated risk that the... Read More