National poll spotlights opportunity for primary care providers and hearing care specialists to work together to spot and treat hearing loss.
Only 1 in 8 older adults with hearing loss who belong to Medicare HMOs have a hearing aid, despite partial insurance coverage for cost.
A national study shows prescription opioid use disorder is twice as high among deaf and hard-of-hearing young and middle-aged adults, compared with their peers who don’t experience hearing issues.
A poll of older adults finds physical and mental health issues, including hearing problems, as well as poor diet, exercise and sleep habits, are tied to loneliness.
A national study finds major variations in hearing aid use by race, income and education — but VA insurance coverage levels the playing field.
Many older adults with severe hearing loss don’t have hearing aids, but those with them typically use less costly types of health care, a new study finds.