A critical first step towards a lifetime of good hearing health is a newborn hearing screening. [...]
Long-term exposure to loud music is a recipe for hearing damage. So the question is: how loud is too loud? [...]
Noise Awareness Day is April 25. Debra Trees, Au.D., audiology supervisor at St. Peter's Hospital Hearing and Speech, appeared on WNYT's Health Beat to discuss the best way to protect your hearing. [...]
Hearing loss is usually gradual and painless; as a result, it’s easy for many people to ignore. It is critical to address the issue as soon as possible, to circumvent the numerous social, cognitive and health effects of delaying treatment.
From backyard barbecues to concerts and fireworks, summer can be a great time. But there’s a summer danger that’s painless, odorless, tasteless, invisible and toxic: noise-induced hearing loss. [...]
Sunnyview Rehabilitation Hospital will offer a free educational program on hearing loss and the latest hearing technology on Tuesday April 14. [...]