Subscribe
Call Us: 337-528-7842

Hearing News

Studies link Hearing Loss and Dementia

Hearing loss is very common as people age. This loss can affect how we interact with friends, family, and even simple tasks as we go about our daily lives.  A leading researcher locally at Johns Hopkins Medical Center has studied the connection between hearing loss and dementia. […]

Read more

PREMIUM LEVEL HEARING AIDS

Barbara’s hearing loss is very modest, but she does enjoy going to the symphony, enjoys social engagements and is a professor at the University. A Premium Level hearing aid would be best suited for Barbara.

Read more

INTERMEDIATE LEVEL HEARING AIDS

Julie spends most of her time at home with her kids but enjoys shopping and the occasional game of bridge. For her level of activity and noise exposure, a Standard Level hearing aid would make the most sense.

Read more

ESSENTIAL LEVEL HEARING AIDS

Louise is an avid reader and enjoys a quiet, stay-at-home life. Her hearing loss is not severe and her environment does not require sophisticated technology. She also has a limited income. We may recommend an Essential Level Hearing Aid for Louise.

Read more

ADVANCED LEVEL HEARING AIDS

Karl is a retired professional. During recent years his hearing loss has become a distraction to him and his family. He remains very active and enjoys playing with his grandchildren. An Advanced Level hearing aid is probably the best solution for Karl.

Read more

Nanopores Control the Inner Ear’s Ability to Select Sounds

Inner-ear membrane uses tiny pores to mechanically separate sounds, researchers find. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Even in a crowded room full of background noise, the human ear is remarkably adept at tuning in to a single voice — a feat that has proved remarkably difficult for computers to […]

Read more

Website Launched for Program that Helps Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students Earn Graduate Degrees

Rochester Bridges to the Doctorate program has students in RIT/NTID and UR programs. A website is now available detailing the partnership between Rochester Institute of Technology and the University of Rochester that helps deaf and hard-of-hearing students pursue graduate degrees in science programs. The Rochester Bridges to […]

Read more

New Meniere’s disease study sheds light on this rare condition

In the most comprehensive Meniere’s Disease study to date, researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School in England have been able to suggest what goes wrong in the body when people develop the disease, and provide an insight into factors that lead to its development. Meniere’s […]

Read more

Hearing Solutions of Louisiana – Sulphur

2100 Maplewood Drive
Sulphur, LA 70663
Tel: 337-528-7842
Fax: 337-439-2014

Hearing Solutions of Louisiana – Leesville

1017 Fertitta Boulevard
Leesville, LA 71446
Tel: 337-392-0026
Fax: 337-439-2014

Hearing Solutions of Louisiana – Lutcher

2454 Louisiana Avenue
Lutcher, LA 70071

Tel: 225-210-5158
Fax: 337-439-2014