Sonic Innovations, Inc. is donating a collection of scientific and educational journals to the Salus University George S. Osborne College of Audiology.
The Better Hearing Institute urges people to wear ear plugs while watching fireworks displays this 4th of July. Avoiding using firecrackers at home is another way to prevent potentially permanent hearing loss and tinnitus caused by loud noises.
Siemens Hearing Instruments Responds to Consumer Needs with Waterproof Aquaris™
Researchers are investigating how to help people with cochlear implants get more enjoyment from listening to music.
Support the American Tinnitus Association’s (ATA) research grant program either in person or online. There will be prizes for the highest fundraising teams and a raffle for all physical participants.
The Global Foundation For Children With Hearing Loss visited Dalat, Danang, and Saigon to mentor teachers of the deaf and parents and distribute supplies donated by Ear Gear.
Dr. William F. House explains how he overcame adversity and criticism to create life-changing treatments for hearing disorders including the cochlear implant.
Close to 300 Unitron employees from nine different countries welcomes global platform and product launch event.
ReSound supports Help America Hear program in attempt to raise awareness during Better Hearing and Speech Month.
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month and Healthy Hearing has joined the Better Hearing and Speech Council (BHSC) in promoting the Across America Hearing Check Challenge – a free online hearing test that lets individuals quickly and confidentially determine if they need a comprehensive hearing check by a hearing professional.
Hearing loss is the third largest health problem after heart disease and arthritis in America today. When people cannot afford hearing aids it impacts their work and earning potential, relationships, education opportunities, and their ability to participate socially.
Oticon Hearing Foundation made a $27,500 donation by the to the American Academy of Audiology Foundation (AAAF) to support graduate audiology scholarships.
For the third year in a row, Oticon wins top award for its booth at the 2011 AudiologyNOW! conference and donates $10,000 to a local charity.
Scientists have discovered an underlying cause for tinnitus, which could lead to the development of new drug treatments and a possible tinnitus cure.
Oticon Hearing announces the call for nominations for the 2011 Oticon Focus on People Awards, honoring individuals who have demonstrated that hearing loss does not limit a person's ability to make a positive difference.
Representatives Tom Latham (R-IA) and Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY) have reintroduced the bipartisan Hearing Aid Tax Credit (H.R. 1479) with 36 original co-sponsors, including 4 members of the House Ways and Means Committee.
New Rayovac mercury-free battery proves to be most powerful battery yet.
SoundCure’s tinnitus therapy, funded by the American Tinnitus Association, has shown great success in bringing relief to sufferers of tinnitus, also known as ringing in the ears.
The American Tinnitus Association celebrates its 40th anniversary during National Tinnitus Awareness Week, May 15-21, 2011.
The incidence of injuries related to small batteries, such as those used in hearing aids, has increased sevenfold since 1985.
Researchers have discovered that infrared light can cause the inner ear to send signals to the brain, which could mean improvements to cochlear implants in the future.
The House Research Institute presents free sound and hearing event in New York City for teens to educate and entertain and features Paul Stanley of KISS.
Researchers suggest a new brain theory to explain why some people are more vulnerable to tinnitus than others.
Children with chronic ear infections of the middle ear can experience changes in their sense of taste, and these changes may be related to childhood obesity.
Universal newborn hearing test programs do not identify all cases of infant hearing loss.