Americans love to debate how to say certain words: Is “tomato” pronounced “tuh-MAY-toe” or “tuh-MAH-toe”? Does the “ee” in “creek” sound like “sneak” or “pick”? By the 1930s, this kind of debate had become so common that it was immortalized in the song “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off.” Now we can safely add another word to the list of popular debates: tinnitus.
If you search the web for ways to say “tinnitus,” you’ll find that dictionaries disagree, language experts disagree, and ...
Road-tripping? Keep these 7 spots in mind!
The landmark Americans with Disabilities Act improved equity and access in employment, public accommodations, services, and so much more for people living with disabilities, including hearing impairment.
Some businesses, however, go above and beyond to ensure a better experience for patrons with hearing or speech challenges.
For your summer travels, we’ve put together a quick list of restaurants that go the extra mile to ensure your hearing and communication experience is just as good as ...