Educational summer camp offered for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
Oticon announces 2013 "Focus on People" Award recipients.
Oticon Medical's Scientific Meeting draws leading surgeons from North America, Europe, Israel and Turkey to discuss tissue preservation surgery.
Oticon director of professional relations, Douglas Beck, Au.D., was awarded the R.S. McCrea Medal by the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children.
National Tinnitus Awareness Week will be celebrated May 19-23, in tandem with Better Speech and Hearing Month.
Researchers have identified a new disorder caused by a genetic mutation that leads to shortsightedness and deafness.
Healthy Hearing announces a new content section
New study challenges theory that bad behavior in young children with hearing implants is an indicator of device failure and a predictor of poor language development.
Oticon Medical's latest acquisition, Neurelec, opens up a whole new set of possibilities in cochlear implant technologies.
Researchers at the University of Michigan work to uncover what benefits vitamins and minerals may have in the reversal of noise-induced hearing loss.
Oticon "Make it Personal" exhibit takes Best in Show at 2013 AudiologyNOW! Conference in California.
New research shows exposure to lead and cadmium could contribute to hearing problems.
NTID offers up summer outreach programs for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
The National Association of the Deaf recognizes Deaf History Month from March 13 to April 15.
Congressman and Congresswoman introduce Hearing Aid Assistance Tax Credit Act, a legislation that would provide a tax credit of up to $500 toward the purchase of a hearing aid.
Prominent audiologist joins Healthy Hearing, the leading consumer hearing health portal.
Oticon donates $10,000 from 'Think Pink' campaign to National Breast Cancer Coalition.
Researchers seek to develop genetic hearing test for newborns.
Oticon, Inc. was honored at the kick-off event for the American Heart Association’s 2013 “Go Red For Women” movement.
A number of accommodations are available for physicians and other health providers with hearing impairments, such as electronic stethoscopes and closed-captioning technologies, but are these approaches making a difference?
Tinnitus is often described as buzzing, ringing, hissing, humming, roaring or whistling that someone hears in the absence of any external sound.
Otometrics and ReSound present FittingNOW! winter series.
CapTel®, MED-EL Corporation and Oticon—have become major sponsors of the AG Bell Listening and Spoken Language Knowledge Center, the Internet resource for adults and children with hearing loss, their families and the professionals who support them.
Henry Ford Hospital study on rats shows resveratrol, a substance found in red grapes and red wine, may help protect against hearing loss.
Starkey Hearing Technologies receives red dot award.