Video conferencing tips for people with hearing loss
An unintended consequence of work-from-home and social distancing orders has been the impact these...
Posted On: 04/23/2020
Simple hearing aid troubleshooting tips you can use at home
Like any high-tech device, hearing aids may occasionally become fussy. Not to worry – most issues can...
Posted On: 04/21/2020
Android users can sync to their Starkey hearing aids too
With the recent ability to pair hearing instruments to Bluetooth (2.4Ghz) devices, hearing aids have...
Posted On: 03/10/2020
Why our Livio AI hearing aid became an official Best Invention
What does it take to get named one of TIME Magazine’s 100 Best Inventions of 2019? According to TIME,...
Posted On: 03/02/2020
The inability to distinguish sounds is a form of hearing loss
The National Safety Council’s Safety + Health magazine recently published an article about...
Posted On: 02/24/2020
Do’s and don’ts of getting hearing aids
Getting hearing aids is a big decision and a smart investment towards your future quality of life. Before...
Posted On: 02/17/2020
Hearing loss increases your risk of social isolation
According to the former Surgeon General, social isolation is a growing epidemic that is associated with a...
Posted On: 02/11/2020
At the gym, turn up the beat, not the dB!
Have you set a goal to get healthier this year? Are you going to the gym or perhaps a workout class a few...
Posted On: 02/10/2020
Tinnitus Awareness Week: Does tinnitus mean I have hearing loss?
Tinnitus is defined as “the hearing of sound when no external sound is present”. It is one of...
Posted On: 02/04/2020
Five things every Australian should know this Tinnitus Awareness Week
This week is Tinnitus Awareness Week. Did you know that according to Better Hearing Australia, 15-20% of...
Posted On: 01/31/2020
Five tips for maintaining hearing aids in hot weather
With summer here, it’s a good time to remember that hearing aids, like most high-tech devices, are...
Posted On: 01/20/2020
Too few people follow good hearing protection practices
Exposure to sounds 85 decibels (dB) and above is all it takes to damage your hearing. A food blender is 88...
Posted On: 01/02/2020
A lot of people pretend they can hear just fine
Today’s hearing fact isn’t surprising when you think about it. Most hearing loss is subtle and...
Posted On: 12/26/2019
How to know if you should get your hearing tested
Do you ever feel like people around you are mumbling or speaking too quickly? Are you having to ask others...
Posted On: 12/23/2019
Reimagining what a hearing aid can do
Have you heard about our Livio AI hearing aid yet? First introduced in August 2018, it’s been getting...
Posted On: 12/16/2019
What is mild hearing loss?
Mild hearing loss may sound mild, but it’s quite the misnomer. Professionals classify any hearing...
Posted On: 12/03/2019
Maybe it’s time to think about a new hearing “system,” not just a hearing “aid”
Hearing aid users sometimes run into specific listening situations that are challenging. Even with...
Posted On: 11/26/2019
Doctors rarely test patients for hearing loss
If you’ve been to your doctor lately, you would probably agree that hearing tests are rarely part of a...
Posted On: 11/18/2019
What is the best food for your brain?
Have you ever heard the phrase “brain food”, or run across lists like the “12 best foods to boost brain...
Posted On: 11/12/2019
Survey says wearing hearing aids leads to good things
Since the beginning of 1989, the non-profit Better Hearing Institute (now renamed as the Hearing Industries...
Posted On: 09/30/2019