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Hearing Health provides reliable information on issues related to various hearing conditions. It is also a forum for information sharing. Some topics covered:

  • Regular research updates from our Hearing Restoration Project members and our Emerging Research Grants scientists.
  • Human interest stories and personal experiences from supporters, staff members, volunteers, and researchers; individuals including veterans, seniors, and children living with any hearing and balance-related conditions; individuals with loved ones or friends affected by hearing loss; hearing healthcare professionals.
  • Relevant hearing loss news including legislative updates, advocacy efforts, education, and prevention.
  • Resource guide for current hearing loss technologies, treatments and advancements.

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Hearing Health welcomes stories from readers or hearing healthcare experts to help our audience foster deeper understanding and appreciation of issues related to living with various hearing conditions.

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Since Hearing Health is a publication of Hearing Health Foundation, a charitable, nonprofit organization, we only accept unsolicited submissions that are freely donated for publication. We do not provide monetary compensation if the submission is accepted. Contributors receive complimentary copies of the issue that includes their submission.

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