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Oticon Medical's new Facebook page is designed for more than just fans, but patients and families interested in making educated decisions regarding their hearing health.
Emergencies are hard to predict, if you or a loved suffer from hearing loss or deafness, try planning ahead with these easy, but helpful tips!
Weekly clinic interviews on the Healthy Hearing website provide you with information you need to know to make educated decisions about your hearing health.
Oticon announces call for nominations to spotlight students, adults and practitioners with hearing loss or their contributions to those with hearing impairments.
According to a survey generated by the U.S. Bureau of the Census, Rochester is noted to have the largest deaf and hard-of-hearing per capita population.
Siemens audiologists' faith in healing helps children of Guatemala.
National Deafness Awareness Week takes place this week and Smart911 is giving tips on how to keep deaf and hard-of-hearing loved ones safe.
More than 300 hearing care professionals participated in Oticon’s 5th International Conference and explored the challenges and opportunities for hearing care presented by a changing marketplace and rising consumer expectations.
This September, focus on the positive aspects of growing older by celebrating Healthy Aging Month.
Oticon promotes breast cancer and hearing health awareness with 'Think Pink' campaign.
Hearing Loss Association of America applauds audiology associations for working to support consumer needs.
Ida Institute and Oticon Foundation launch "Ideas, Speak up, Action and Awareness for Hearing Loss" campaign. This is an open call for ideas to build hearing loss awareness.
Marathon runner uses Siemens' Aquaris to complete marathon.
Annually, more than 660,000 children throughout the world are born with reduced hearing - many of them in developing countries.
American Speech, Language and Hearing Association promotes healthy listening habits campaign "Bach to Rock."
Annual family camp held by House Research Institute proves to be a popular choices for families of children with hearing loss.
Pep, a new entry-level hearing instrument, designed with price-discriminating consumers in mind is now available from Sonic.
Thanks to advances in government regulations and medical technology, raising a hearing –impaired child is much easier today than it was 20 years ago.
Regardless of whether they dribble, dive, swim, run or flip, these Olympic athletes know what it takes to compete on the international playing field.
Beltone held its 2012 National Meeting at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev., in May.
The National Team member persuades USA Swimming to allow the use of hand signals to start races during the 2012 Olympic trials.
With a little preparation, traveling with your hearing aids can be almost as effortless as using them at home.
Rochester Institute of Technology received a large grant from the National Science Foundation to assist in hard-of-hearing and deaf student education.
Bongiovi Acoustics sponsors Listen to your Buds campaign to help promote healthy music listening habits for young people.
Developing strategies for understanding non verbal cues and controlling environmental factors can greatly improve listening pleasure for those with hearing loss.