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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.
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.
Beltone held its 2012 National Meeting at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev., in May.
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.
Sonic displayed its out-of-the-box hearing solutions at AudiologyNOW!® in March at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
Newly-launched EarCommunity.com provides resource and support for families and individuals suffering from Microtia and Aural Atresia.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will launch hotline TSA Cares to assist travelers with disabilities for information regarding airport screening policies.
A recent survey conducted by AARP and ASHA indicates that older Americans are going without necessary treatment for hearing loss, resulting in decreased quality of life and even safety issues.
Deafness Research Foundation has changed its name to Hearing Health Foundation. The Foundation has also announced a groundbreaking research consortium, the Hearing Restoration Project.
National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology has once again set a record for enrollment, with 1,547 students enrolled. The students hail from 49 of the 50 United States.
Research has shown that people with untreated hearing loss may be at an increased risk of depression. Studies also show that when these individuals use hearing aids, they experience significant improvements in quality of life and decreased depressive symptoms.
A new book, “A Survival Guide for New Deafies" by Amy Sargent, offers coping strategies for people diagnosed with hearing loss, as well as their family members. Register on Sargent's website to win a free copy of the book.
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