Ida Institute to offer new seminar focused on patient-centered care and where, how or if it exists in the current society.
October is Hearing Conservation Month. To help protect your hearing, make sure you're not putting yourself at risk for noise-induced hearing loss.
Thirty years ago this month, Australian cochlear pioneer Graeme Clark surgically implanted his first multichannel cochlear device. Since then, more than 220,000 lives have been changed by this technology.
Harvard Medical school teams up with EPFL School of Engineering to determine cause behind hearing loss in humans.
Oticon Medical holds first Scientific Meeting to gather researchers, clinicians and opinion leaders together to discuss latest technology in bone anchored hearing systems.
Hearing aids are simple to care for. Most hearing aid repairs are due to moisture and earwax accumulating in the hearing aid. The vast majority of these repairs are preventable....
Before you take your hearing aid in for repair, check to see if you can fix the problem yourself.
New study published in the "Journal of Neuroscience" reveals the interaction between the brain and auditory system to result in reactions to unpleasant sounds.
Oticon Intiga selected for two top honors in Danish Design Award 2012. Intiga described as being 'functional and elegant, in addition to the world's smallest wireless hearing aid with minimal power consumption.'
Trust a healthcare professional to correctly diagnose and prescribe the correct hearing aid for your ears just as you trust an eye doctor to prescribe corrective lenses for your eyes.
Studies find children with even mild forms of hearing loss are at risk for learning and other social, emotional, behavioral and self-image problems.
If hearing aids haven’t improved your ability to hear effectively, ask your hearing health professional if you’re a candidate for a cochlear implant.
Researchers discover a new genetic mutation responsible for deafness and hearing loss associated with Usher Syndrome type 1.
Oticon announces call for nominations to spotlight students, adults and practitioners with hearing loss or their contributions to those with hearing impairments.
Eating right and exercising regularly is an important part of hearing health, but that’s not the only way to protect your hearing this season.
Hearing loss is measured by a professional during a comprehensive hearing evaluation. During the hearing evaluation, the ability to hear the loudness of specific tones is assessed.
Hearing and vision are the two senses most affected by the aging process.
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.
A multi-modal treatment program for tinnitus will be trialed by researchers from the Center for Brain Research at The University of Auckland, in a study made possible by a donation from Link Research and Grants.
Those who wear hearing aids to treat their hearing loss are healthier, happier and make more money than those with untreated hearing loss.
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.
The likelihood of developing age-related hearing loss increases significantly in individuals over the age of 65.
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.
New studies show women who take a regular amount of ibuprofen or acetaminophen are at an increased risk for hearing loss than non-regular users.