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Monday, September 11th 2006

I need to purchase a new hearing aid, and neither my audiologist nor I can find a hearing aid that has pre-amplified telecoils. I have tried several hearing aids with conventional telecoils and find it difficult to hear on the phone, even with an amplifie


Monday, September 11th 2006

-Extensive, Multi-Year Campaign Launched to Fill Educational Gap-Pittsburgh, June 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Children with even profound deafness can learn to listen and talk as well as...


Thursday, September 7th 2006

Alexandria, VA, August 24, 2006-- Vinton Cerf, a computer pioneer who is now Googles Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, urges viewers to stop ignoring hearing problems...


Monday, September 4th 2006

AG Bell Awards $93,000 in College and Graduate-Level Scholarships to Students with Hearing LossWashington, DC, July 20, 2006 The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the and...


Monday, September 4th 2006

Latest Q&A Fact Sheet Coincides with Anniversary of Landmark Disabilities ActWashington Cari M. Dominguez, Chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to...


Monday, September 4th 2006

Why do some batteries in the same package last longer than others?


Monday, August 28th 2006

A Proclamation by the President of the United States of AmericaThe Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has helped fulfill the promise of America for millions of individuals...


Monday, August 28th 2006

I am looking for information about hearing loss and firearms. I read an article some years ago that gave information about the difference in ear-level dB exposure in shooters/hunters that shot both right and left handed. The premise of the article was tha


Monday, August 28th 2006

Royal National Institute for the Deaf (RIND) - Scientists funded by RNID, the national charity for deaf and hard of hearing people, have discovered a genetic link between...


Monday, August 21st 2006

Wednesday, July 19, 2006: The New York State Public Service Commission (PSC) announced that beginning January 2007, PSC will provide Captioned Telephone relay service for the two...


Monday, August 21st 2006

Is there any solution to using the headphones with a transcription machine while wearing BTE's? I usually close my office door and use the machine without the headphones. However, there are times when I should use the headphones. I can use them but it is


Monday, August 21st 2006

It happened again last week. After a long day that included three extended conference calls and two group meetings, I crashed. This letdown wasn't the usual feeling afte...


Monday, August 21st 2006

By Gwen Ericson June 29, 2006 -- "Bye-bye, bye-bye," said one 3 and a half-year old child, born deaf but with a cochlear implant that partially restored hearing nine...


Thursday, August 17th 2006

The Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (AG Bell) is pleased to welcome Karen Youdelman, Ed.D., a longtime member and former president of the...


Monday, August 14th 2006

A protein associated with a disorder that causes deafness and blindness in people may be a key to unraveling one of the foremost mysteries of how we hear, says a study in the...


Monday, August 14th 2006

I have a patient with BTEs. Within 2-weeks of use, his earmold tubes turn smokey-gray color. I've used Westone 13 Thick clear and Disappear tubing. Do you have any suggestions on how to keep the tubing from getting discolored so quickly? He does not pers


Monday, August 7th 2006

Hearing aid batteries: to refrigerate or not to refrigerate?


Monday, August 7th 2006

Antiseptic or antibiotic ear drops should be the front-line treatment for people suffering from swimmer's ear, while restraint should be exercised in using oral antibiotics,...


Monday, July 31st 2006

Englewood, Colo.--(Business Wire)--June 28, 2006--Updates Including Improved Performance, Additional Battery Options and Smaller Behind the Ear Controller to be Available to New...


Monday, July 31st 2006

Article on possible new targets for future gene therapy to restore hearing published in NATURELos Angeles - June 21, 2006 - Researchers at House Ear Institute have found a clue...


Monday, July 31st 2006

I can't figure out how to interpret my audiogram. I keep finding different standards for 'normal limits.' Some say it is 0-20 db, others 0-15 db. Some say it is 0-15 db for children and 0-25 db for adults. And yet others make it seem as though 0 db is the


Thursday, July 27th 2006

Ultra-low power technology positions AMIS as wireless audiology solutions expertPocatello, Idaho - July 5, 2006 - AMI Semiconductor (NASDAQ: AMIS), a designer and manufacturer of...


Monday, July 24th 2006

What is known at this time about massive doses of beta-carotene in reduction of tinnitus?


Monday, July 24th 2006

Portland, Ore. Recently the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) dedicated a new building to house the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research (NCRAR). facili...


Monday, July 17th 2006

I am trying to understand the basics of how in monitors that sit in the ear work. What is the musician hearing? Is it the entire band; is it only his/her vocals and/or instrument? How does the musician hear the crowd, or do they need to?

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