Oticon combines discreetness, acceptance and performance in new Intiga hearing aid models to benefit first-time users. Individuals with hearing loss will love the simplicity of this hearing aid.
Healthy Hearing offers free guide to help understand the way we hear, the way the ears work and how sound travels to the brain.
Study shows noise levels in French Quarter and other New Orleans neighborhoods are exceedingly high; residents question effects on hearing loss.
Study shows deaf individuals are almost twice as likely to suffer from mental health problems. Deaf patients report fear, mistrust and frustration with health care services.
Healthy Hearing provides tips for finding an audiology or hearing aid center best suited to fit your individual needs.
Healthy Hearing releases a free guide which takes a comprehensive look at the symptoms and obstacles associated with hearing loss and provides tips and suggestions for communicating with loved ones or others who aren't hearing well.
A new study shows internet-based therapy and self-help training proves successful for individuals suffering from tinnitus.
Safe-in-Sound Excellence in Hearing Loss Prevention Awards presented at 37th Annual Hearing Conservation Conference in New Orleans. Colgate-Palmolive, 3M and Bechtel National all recognized.
The Center for Hearing, Speech and Language provides hearing aid assistance for deaf and hearing-impaired individuals. They also offer evaluations, fittings and repairs.
Sensorineural hearing loss affects the cochlea or the hearing nerve. It has many causes, but typically hearing aids are the only treatment option.
Healthy Hearing releases five free guides to provide individuals with more information on hearing loss.This guide focuses on hearing loss and treatment options.
Johns Hopkins study suggests hearing loss may increase risk of falls by threefold. Elderly people suffering from hearing loss especially affected.
Rochester Institute of Technology's National Technical Institute for the Deaf to hold three summer camps for deaf youth focused on science, technology, business and art.
Dr. Paul Teal with the School of Engineering and Computer Science is conducting an investigation whether new technologies can be used to more accurately and easily test for hearing loss.
National Association of the Deaf accepting applications for Nancy J. Block scholarship. NAD offers a variety of summer internships to students.
Henry Ford Hospital conducts study involving what effects right and left brain have on how people hear and their cell phone preferences.
Hearing Loss Association of America records high marks at congressional briefing. Nine other organizations helped sponsor the campaign and the groups discussed hearing loss, hearing aids and veteran affairs.
In most cases, two hearing aids are better than one. Of course, there are occasionally exceptions to this rule.
Yale scientists make breakthrough in study of hereditary deafness and possibly other hearing disorders. Research into mitochondria deformities continues.
The Oticon Foundation announces plans to invest in wind farm. Company hopes to conserve energy by going green.
John Hopkins study reveals more than 20 million people are suffering from untreated hearing loss. Experts believe a large part of this is due to the associated costs of hearing aids and lack of insurance coverage.
The Chicago Hearing Society has been providing hearing aid assistance to individuals and families affected by hearing loss and impairment in the state of Illinois for more than 30 years. The organization also assists in hearing tests, sign language and financial assistance programs.
New research indicates cochlear implants might be an effective form of treatment for organ transplant patients suffering from hearing loss.
Google Doodle transformed its logo into a sound wave in honor of Heinrich Hertz's birthday. Hertz is known as the pioneer in electromagnetic wave research, which has drastically altered the way we understand hearing, hearing loss and modern-day hearing aids.
Newly-launched EarCommunity.com provides resource and support for families and individuals suffering from Microtia and Aural Atresia.
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