Partner Advisories and Alerts
World Hearing Day 2021 and the World Report on Hearing present a global call to action to address hearing loss and ear diseases throughout the lifetime.
At CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH), we are committed to educating all people about noise-induced hearing loss in order to help prevent it. Hearing loss from loud noise is permanent — and most people don’t notice their hearing is damaged until it’s too late.
Along with our partners, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is celebrating Better Hearing and Speech Month to help raise awareness about noise induced hearing loss prevention.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is again partnering with the World Health Organization (WHO) to help support and promote World Hearing Day.
NCEH’s Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) Initiative has hit the big times!
This October, during National Protect Your Hearing Month, we are coming together to help increase the proportion of youth who lower their risk of noise-induced hearing loss by wearing hearing protection and avoiding loud noises.
CDC’s MMWR and Medscape are proud to introduce a new FREE continuing education (CE) activity. The goal of this activity is to describe hearing protection device (HPD) use at sporting events and entertainment by U.S. adults, associated factors, and potential preventive measures to reduce noise-related hearing loss, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) survey report.
This October, during National Protect Your Hearing Month, we are coming together to raise awareness about noise-induced hearing loss, and share easy steps that people can take to protect their hearing.
Every year on March 3, the World Health Organization (WHO) sponsors World Hearing Dayexternal icon, a time to raise awareness about preventing hearing loss and promoting hearing care worldwide. This year’s theme, “Hear the Future,” focuses on strategies to prevent the expected increase in the number of people living with hearing loss.
May is Better Hearing & Speech Month! Sponsored by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, this event is a time to raise awareness about hearing loss and communication disorders. This year’s theme, “Communication for All,” focuses on strategies to prevent the expected increase in the number of people living with hearing loss.