Hearing loss affects one in seven Australians and is a fairly complex topic to wrap your head and ears around. If you're worried about the state of your hearing, book a hearing assessment at no cost* with AudioClinic today and they will answer any questions...
Whether it's the fizz of a soda or the crunch of a crisp, the sounds our foods make can influence the way we taste things according to recent research.
Hearing Awareness Week and World Hearing Day are nearly upon us. To help support such great initiatives and to do our bit for raising awareness of hearing health and the prevalence of hearing loss in Australia, we’re launching our very own Campaign For Better Hearing....
World Hearing Day 2018 will be held on March 3 and will bring attention to the increasing prevalence of hearing loss around the world, as well as preventative measures that can be taken to decrease this rise.
Tinnitus is a condition which is very common in Australia. Researchers have made a new discovery into finding a potential cure.
Although many Australians enjoy attending live sporting events, many may not be aware of the underlying damage they are doing to their hearing.
Protecting your ears is a vital factor to remember. But just how is attending loud music concerts putting our hearing at risk?
A study has found a link between the CIB2 protein and hearing loss. What could this mean for future drug development and finding a cure?
Hearing aids have truly come a long way since the first models. But just how far? Researchers are one step closer to cognitively controlled aids!
Depression affects 1 in 5 Australians every year. But is there a link between treating hearing loss and the effects of depression?