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Monday, October 1st 2007

When you look at the facts and statistics, you might be surprised:Breast cancer is the most common, life-threatening form of cancer in women.Its the number one cause of death...


Wednesday, September 26th 2007

Burlington, ON September 10, 2007 - Gennum Corporation (TSX: GND) and Sound Design Technologies, Ltd., a Gores Equity portfolio company, announced today the companies reached...


Monday, September 24th 2007

Dr. Melody Martin, Au.D, Ph.D. and owner of Martin Audiology knows a lot about hearing health and effective communication as she demonstrated during an exclusive interview with...


Monday, September 24th 2007

Talk about a cacophony of noises. Described as ringing in the ears, buzzing, whistling, humming, thumping, roaring and hissing, the sounds of tinnitus can range from mild to...


Sunday, September 23rd 2007

No. People with all degrees and types of hearing loss -- even people with normal hearing can benefit from assistive listening devices.


Sunday, September 23rd 2007

Otolaryngologists (also called ear-nose-and-throat, or ENT, doctors) are physicians who have advanced training in disorders of the ear, nose, throat and head and neck.


Sunday, September 23rd 2007

Middle ear implants are surgically implanted devices. The FDA has approved specific middle ear implants and the FDA is still reviewing others. The middle ear implant is a useful hearing instrument and is quite different from traditional hearing aids.


Sunday, September 23rd 2007

The hearing aid specialist has training in the assessment of patients who specifically seek rehabilitation for hearing loss.


Sunday, September 23rd 2007

Otologists or neurotologists are physicians who, in addition to their ENT requirements, continue their specialized training for an additional year or more in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the ear.


Sunday, September 23rd 2007

Auditory Processing (also called Central Auditory Processing) refers to the means by which we make sense of what we hear. "Auditory Processing Disorders" refers to the abnormal interaction of hearing, neural transmission and the brain's ability to make sense of sound.


Sunday, September 23rd 2007

All custom made hearing aids and earmolds are made from a "cast" of the ear. The cast is referred to as an ear impression. The audiologist makes the ear impression in the office. It takes about 10 to 15 minutes.


Sunday, September 23rd 2007

Results of the audiometric evaluation are plotted on a chart called an audiogram. Loudness is plotted from top to bottom. Frequency, from low to high, is plotted from left to right.


Monday, September 17th 2007

Whether you front for a rock band, filling stadiums with screaming fans, or youre first violin at the philharmonic - making music is your business. And, because your sensitive,...


Monday, September 17th 2007

Gordon E. Moore is one smart man. The co-founder of computer chip giant, Intel, made a prediction back in 1965 that computer capacity and function would double every 24 months....


Sunday, September 16th 2007

Top: Scanning electron microscopy shows the stair-step pattern of stereocilia. Bottom: Fluorescence microscopy image shows the presence of CDH23 (green) at the point where each...


Friday, September 14th 2007

Advanced Hearing Technology, Designed for Active Lifestyles, New Hearing Solution Brings it All Home Affordably.Piscataway, New Jersey, August 27, 2007 Hearing Instrument...


Monday, September 10th 2007

EM Software Models and Verifies Antennas, Antenna Systems, Reduces Design Risks in Handheld Wireless Devices Santa Clara, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Agilent Technologies Inc....


Monday, September 10th 2007

At least two recent hearing research studies focusing on hearing restoration through gene therapy came up with positive and promising results that bring us a step closer to finding the elusive cure for genetic or acquired hearing loss.


Monday, September 10th 2007

Imagine this.Youre at a busy airport waiting for your rental car when the sound goes off. Not the sound of your MP3 player or the sounds of speakers announcing arrivals and...


Wednesday, September 5th 2007

Basically, if you have two ears with hearing loss that could benefit from hearing aids, you need two hearing aids. It is important to realize there are no "normal" animals born with only one ear. Simply...


Sunday, September 2nd 2007

Washington, DC August 15, 2007 The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (AG Bell) announced today the appointment of Alexander T. Graham its new...


Monday, August 27th 2007

Have you been going buggy over the mating call of this years crop of cicadas? These love sick insects appear every 17 years one of natures wonders. However, the fact is years...


Monday, August 27th 2007

HealthyHearing.com is all about the latest in hearing science and technology whats hot and whats not. Our goal is to keep you up-to-speed on whats happening in this ind...


Wednesday, August 22nd 2007

Siemens NITRO' CIC is Equipped with Advanced Hearing Technology In a Small, Custom DesignPiscataway, New Jersey - August 13, 2007 Siemens Hearing Instruments, Inc., one of lea...


Monday, August 20th 2007

On May 9, 2007, a gathering of audiology and other medical experts gathered in Washington, D.C. to discuss the gap between hearing impaired newborns and the care infants receive...

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