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Monday, November 5th 2007

New Information on Meningitis RiskTwo cochlear implant patients recently died from infections. Neither one was fully vaccinated. One of these two likely died because of the lack...


Monday, November 5th 2007

Starkey Laboratories, in conjunction with the Starkey Research Center in Berkeley, California, is a company recognized within the hearing health industry as an innovator....


Monday, November 5th 2007

Augusta (AP) -- Maine children with hearing disabilities will benefit from legislation signed by Governor John Baldacci.The governor signed into law a bill that requires health...


Monday, October 29th 2007

One of the scariest scenarios you can imagine if you suffer from hearing loss is not being able to wake up in case of a fire. That is indeed a scary thought and, unfortunately,...


Tuesday, October 23rd 2007

During a recent interview with Dr. David Fabry, VP of Professional Relations and Education at Phonak, a well-known manufacturer of high-quality hearing devices, Audiology Onlines...


Monday, October 22nd 2007

An unexplained medical phenomena that has eluded doctors and scientists to this day is why millions of apparently healthy and thriving infants around the world die in their...


Monday, October 22nd 2007

Based on the true story of Viet Nam vet, Richard Pimentel, Music Within shows how A man who couldnt hear, makes an entire generation listen.Central to the films plot is Richards...


Sunday, October 21st 2007

Meningitis, specifically Pneumococcal (bacterial) meningitis, is one of the most serious and life threatening risks for cochlear implant recipients. Fortunately, there are...


Friday, October 19th 2007

New Web Site Provides Comprehensive Information About the Most Sophisticated Technological Option for People Who are Deaf or Hard-of-HearingValencia, Calif., October 8, 2007 Advan...


Tuesday, October 16th 2007

Salt Lake City--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On Saturday, Salt Lake City-based Sorenson Communications', the nations leading provider of Video Relay Services (VRS) for deaf and...


Monday, October 15th 2007

Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists warn of learning problems associated with noise Ottawa (October 1, 2007) - During a press conference on Parliament Hill today, the...


Friday, October 12th 2007

Gainsville, Fla. For the past week, 5-year-old Jorden Flowers, hands flashing through the air, has excitedly signed the words as he arrives at the University of Florida of...


Thursday, October 11th 2007

09.18.07 Old Lyme, Conn.September 2007The Set 810 and Set 50 TV, two of the models from Sennheiser's line of TV listening systems, are being put to the test at national Hear USA...


Monday, October 8th 2007

The hearing aid industry is intensely competitive, in part because only 2% of the entire U.S. population wears a hearing aid. Thats not very many people, and with dozens of...


Saturday, October 6th 2007

Advanced Bionics and Gift of Hearing Foundation Partner to Enable Boy to Hear for First TimeValencia, Calif., September 10, 2007 Understanding the importance of the gift...


Friday, October 5th 2007

Its a federal regulation. Youd think Steve Jobs, or at least Apples legal department, would know that but obviously, something slipped between the cracks during the early...


Monday, October 1st 2007

What Is a Stem Cell?Stem cells are remarkable. They occur naturally in the human body. By themselves, they have no definition, or identity, i.e. they arent blood cells, nerve...


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.

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