Caring for a Loved One With Hearing Loss

Sometimes, love can put you in tough situations, and when someone you love begins to show signs of hearing loss things can get tougher than ever. When people lose their hearing, they More »

The Emotional Impact of Hearing Loss

No-one who has not experienced the devastating effects of hearing loss can understand them fully. If your hearing has become severely impaired, psychological and emotional impacts are a natural consequence of your More »

Obesity and Hearing Loss

Obesity causes increased risks of hearing loss according to a study published in the American Journal of medicine. We may think that hearing loss as we age is unavoidable, but it is More »

Causes of Non-Genetic Hearing Loss in Babies

When a baby is diagnosed as suffering from hearing loss, various risk-factors are investigated in order to determine the cause. Obviously, genetic factors can play a significant role, but in their absence, More »

The Herpes Simplex Virus and Hearing Loss

This type of hearing loss may affect adults and new-borns. There are two types of herpes simplex virus – and the type 1 form doesn’t even have to be sexually transmitted. You More »


Auditory-Verbal Therapy VS Auditory-Oral Approach

If one of your children suffers from hearing impairment, you will want to choose the best therapies that allow him or her to enjoy a normal childhood and develop into a normal adult. If you’ve heard these two terms used, you may wander what the difference is and which approach would best suit your child.