"The only way I have found sustained relief from tinnitus is through daily meditation, which I discovered almost by accident."
Happy Earth Day! Barb's hearing aids allowed her to reconnect with nature. “Just going outside, you can hear birds…you can hear things that you really haven’t even thought about.” #EarthDay http://bit.ly/2J7XP8o
"Noise pollution is one of the types of pollution we don't often think about. The World Health Organization, CDC, and researchers worldwide have been warning against the effect it has on human health for decades... If there ever is a permanent fix to this problem, it hinges on one question: when will we start taking noise pollution seriously?"
It turns out our eyes and ears are more connected than we thought. New studies show that simply moving the eyes triggers the eardrums to move, too. Learn more!
Hearing soft, distorted or whistling sounds? Here’s how to troubleshoot common sound problems with hearing aids (hint: it’s easier than you think!).
The Miracle-Ear Foundation has delivered the Gift of Sound™ to approximately 9.000 children and adults across the country, touching and transforming their lives. It’s no wonder so many individuals and organizations have become involved in raising funds and awareness for the Foundation! Take a look at some noteworthy examples.
Happy National Volunteer Week! The Miracle-Ear Foundation thanks all our partners who volunteer their time to give the Gift of Sound™. Do you know someone who has given their time to the Miracle-Ear Foundation? Tag them in a comment below to say thanks!
Happy Easter! Have you ever wondered about the Easter Bunny's ears or sense of hearing? The unique shape of a rabbit’s ears, and their ability to tilt, turn or move their ears, allows the rabbit to pinpoint the location of a sound, which is important when they're monitoring for predators.
Do you have a go-to quiet restaurant in your neighborhood? Here are some tips for a successful experience when dining out.
Ear blockage is one of the leading causes of conductive hearing loss, making softer sounds more difficult to hear and making louder sounds more muffled. Find out how to recognize and remove impacted ear wax before it damages your hearing health.