CPC makes ultraviolet video formats accessible to deaf and hard of hearing individuals with MacCaption.
More than 26 million Americans are living with some type of hearing loss, but only 14 percent of them wear hearing aids.
The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary launches campaign to educate baby boomers about the importance of getting their hearing checked.
Plymouth company with products for hearing loss is named Lifeworks Services’ Employer of the Year.
New app available for the iPad allows individuals with hearing loss or deafness to learn complex music theory.
June issue of "Pediatrics" reports a rising rate of emergency room visits for children after swallowing small, button batteries.
ReSound donates hearing aids to Oxygen docu-series "Tanisha Gets Married."
Deaf and hard-of-hearing student teams compete to create new technological concepts to help impact individuals with hearing loss and impairment.
Mismatches in deaf students ASL gestures sheds new light in communication gaps and teaching methods.
New technology will make it possible for deaf, hard of hearing and blind individuals to see movies at any time in AMC Movie Theatres.
Studies show Oticon Medical’s Ponto Bone Anchored Hearing Implant System proves successful.
HHS takes action to ensure equal access for the deaf and hard of hearing. Office ensures Americans with Disabilities Act is being followed.
Industry-leading reliability and innovation a key focus at recent AudiologyNOW! 2012 convention.
Starkey Hearing Foundation joins with Scholastic to launch National Hearing Awareness campaign.
Vanderbilt provides tips to help prevent hearing loss from headphones. Advice designed to help teenagers and parents listen to music safely.
Oticon provides five scholarships for audiology students to continue graduate education.
New studies about how we hear sound could improve hearing devices designed for deaf individuals and others suffering from profound hearing loss.
Technology that translates sign language into text aims to empower sign language users. New app being developed by scientists.
RIT/NTID to hold summer robot camp for students suffering from hearing loss and deafness. Camp open to 9th and 10th grade high school students.
American Sign Language videos seek to help deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals prepare for disasters.
Beltone awarded the Larry Mauldin Award for Excellence in Education to Dr. Tom Muller at the AudiologyNOW! Convention in Boston, MA, March 28-31, 2012.
Oticon releases new miniBTEs in Acto, Agil and Ino family hearing aids. New aids provide small size, but same great features.
Sonic displayed its out-of-the-box hearing solutions at AudiologyNOW!® in March at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
Songbird study makes connection between deafness and its effects on vocal nerves. Researches believe deafness can lead to speech deterioration over time.
Rochester Institute of Technology held 2012 National Science Fair for Deaf and Hard-of-hearing Students. Awards were given to students suffering from hearing loss in a variety of categories.