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Friday, February 10th 2012

Cochlear Americas announces the first rehabilitation App developed by an implantable hearing solutions manufacturer – the Cochlear HOPE Words App.


Friday, February 10th 2012

House Research Institute provides five tips to keep your hearing healthy in 2012, particularly those in the music industry


Friday, February 10th 2012

Starkey Hearing Technologies announces three new custom wireless styles.


Thursday, February 9th 2012

Phone applications provide people suffering from hearing impairment and loss on-the-go captioning services with in-call and movie options.


Wednesday, February 8th 2012

Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit conducts study finding link between diabetes and hearing loss in women.


Tuesday, February 7th 2012

Thinking about buying hearing aids, but not sure where to start? Seek professional advice in order to determine your level of hearing impairment and to be fitted with proper aids.


Monday, February 6th 2012

Study shows children see increase in quality of life after receiving bilateral cochlear implants


Friday, February 3rd 2012

Study shows low cochlear implant failure, re-implantation rate in children.


Thursday, February 2nd 2012

Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital to conduct first FDA-approved sensorineural hearing loss treatment using stem cells.


Wednesday, February 1st 2012

Oticon collaborates with American Heart Association to promote heart and hearing health awareness campaign.


Tuesday, January 24th 2012

Whether or not a used hearing aid will work for another individual is dependent on several factors, including the type of hearing aid and the hearing loss and listening needs of the wearer.


Thursday, January 19th 2012

Researchers have identified a gene involved in development of outer hair cells in the inner ear, leading to new hope for a cure for hereditary hearing loss.


Monday, January 16th 2012

The Hear the World Foundation has been involved in campaigns for better hearing all over the world for more than five years.


Monday, January 2nd 2012

Starkey Laboratories changes it's name to Starkey Hearing Technologies.


Tuesday, December 20th 2011

While the average lifespan of hearing aids can be as long as five years, sometimes replacement is required sooner due to changes in hearing levels or changes in hearing aid technology.


Monday, December 19th 2011

Kirsty Swain encourages those with hearing difficulties to follow their dreams.


Wednesday, December 14th 2011

Despite the increase in noise-induced hearing loss in teenagers, a recent poll reveals most parents do not believe their children are at risk for hearing damage and have not spoken with them about it.


Tuesday, December 13th 2011

Each year, the Sight and Hearing Association publishes a list of noisy toys, which emit sound levels in excess of 120 dB. Learn more about how to protect your children.


Monday, December 12th 2011

During the holidays, people with hearing loss often recognize that they aren't able to hear the sounds of family and friends. Sometimes, this hearing loss is due to noise exposure and is preventable.


Tuesday, December 6th 2011

A recent survey conducted by AARP and ASHA indicates that older Americans are going without necessary treatment for hearing loss, resulting in decreased quality of life and even safety issues.


Tuesday, December 6th 2011

Though the cause is often unknown, sudden hearing loss can be a result of viral infections, inner ear trauma, and other factors.


Tuesday, November 22nd 2011

Researchers have found that hard of hearing children whose parents engaged them in more conversations were likely to have stronger language skills than toddlers whose parents spoke with them less.


Monday, November 21st 2011

In the first national research study of its kind, researchers from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine have found that a fifth of all Americans over the age of 12 have significant hearing loss.


Thursday, November 17th 2011

A new study indicates that college students, males, and non-White individuals may be at risk for hearing loss as a result of listening to their iPods and mp3 players at higher volumes.


Wednesday, November 9th 2011

NIH Researchers are using a hearing testing device originally designed for NASA to conduct a hearing loss study with HIV-positive patients in Tanzania.

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