ADVERTISING POLICY

All advertising is subject to approval by Hearing Health magazine and its publisher, Hearing Health Foundation (collectively termed as HHF).

HHF does not endorse any product or service in an advertisement. Acceptance of an advertisement by HHF does not indicate and should not imply its endorsement by HHF.

It is deemed the responsibility of the advertiser to comply with all U.S. laws and regulations applicable to the marketing and sale of its product or service, such as adhering to regulations issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. In all instances, acceptance of an advertisement by HHF is not to be interpreted as a guarantee that the manufacturer has complied with all such laws and regulations.

While HHF makes every effort to publish accurate advertisements, we are not responsible for the correctness of information therein. HHF, its officers, agents, and employees are to be indemnified and held harmless against expenses (including legal fees) and losses resulting from the publication of the contents of the advertisement, including, without limitation, claims or suits for libel, violation of privacy, copyright infringement, or plagiarism.

HHF has the right to request or to make changes to an advertisement to the extent it reasonably believes necessary to comply with federal or state advertising laws. This includes, without limitation and by way of example only, adding an “advertisement” label to content that appears to be editorial in nature. All advertorials are labeled “advertisement.”

HHF reserves the right to refuse any advertisement at its sole discretion for any reason whatsoever, including advertising it deems inaccurate, misleading, prejudicial, intolerant, irresponsible, unethical, indecent, obscene, or defamatory.