About 25 million Americans experience tinnitus in a given year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. An audiologist explains why it may happen and what you can do if you’re affected.
Proponents of sound therapy say the practice can soothe, heal and help us sleep better. But is it good for everyone? Learn more about the science behind this alternative therapy to see if it’s right for you.
Whether you’re 19 or 72, it’s never too early—or too late—to start paying attention to hearing and ear health. Here are some ways to protect one of your grandest—and most vital—sensory pleasures.
From loud music blasted through headphones to clanking construction trucks outside the window, noise is everywhere—and it might be harming your child’s hearing. Find out how to keep your little one’s ears safe.