Some hearing problems don't present themselves until your baby is several months old. Learn how to protect your baby's hearing, and more, including safe ways to clean your baby's ears.
Little ears need lots of attention. Here's how to make sure your baby's hearing is on track.
What she should be hearing -- and what might signal a problem.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, Could loud noises damage my baby's ears?
Ear infections are very common in babies, but it can be hard to know when your bundle of joy has one. Here are the signs and symptoms for an ear infection in your infant so you can get him help.
Your child's loud toys aren't just annoying; they could seriously harm her hearing. Here's why (and how) you should turn down the volume.
Hearing loss is surprisingly common in babies -- but a shocking number of children aren't diagnosed or treated until much too late.
Learn more about what your child hears and sees, plus how you can spot a problem.
If your baby has hearing loss, some aspects of baby care can be a little tricky. Here's what to expect and how to help your infant develop at her own pace.
Your child's ears are prone to all sorts of problems that can cause pain, affect hearing, and even delay language development. That's why it's crucial to keep these delicate little organs healthy. Our guide will show you how.
One family talks about raising a deaf daughter and how she explains her hearing device to other children. "Some people need glasses to see while some people need cochlear implants to hear," she tells them.
What can your baby hear -- and how much does she understand? Learn all about what's going on between those cute little ears.