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By Vada Dillawn
First Theatre in Central Texas to Adopt and Install New Induction Loop Technology for the Hearing Impaired

By Hearing Loss Advice
Permanent hearing loss can be caused by long, uninterrupted periods of constant exposure to excessive levels of noise.

By Hearing Loss Advice
Around 10 million people possess some form of hearing loss and over three quarters of a million suffer with severely impaired hearing.

By Mindy Valone
World-Class Rehabilitative Care Provider to Teach Tips for Better Communication

By Dr.Victor Marchione
Antioxidants could help prevent age-related hearing loss. Sources of antioxidants.

By Andrew Karvert
MyHearPod.com offers you a wide selection of hearing aids that will fit the needs and requirements of any user. An individual who wants to enhance their ability to listen to a television, music, or telephone, will find that the hearing solutions.

By Hummingbird Media
Free Event Will Feature Paul Stanley of KISS, Florence Henderson and Hearing Experts Addressing Important Issue of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Among Teens

By Hummingbird Media
Teens Encouraged to Submit Videos Describing Importance of Healthy Hearing; Contest Prizes Include A Custom Electric Guitar Signed by Paul Stanley of KISS, other Items

By Nicole M. Benningfield
Hearing loss is more common with age, but people are unwittingly destroying their hearing prematurely by exposing themselves to loud music and sounds.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Mrs. Niva Arora had never heard such a sound. Sitting out on the back porch with her husband, Dev, she kept hearing the noise. She asked her husband about the noise, and he quickly solved the mystery.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Losing your hearing isn’t easy, but it can definitely be dealt with in most cases.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Phonak has long touted its Audeo hearing aids as having alluring designs for cool, young, and hip users. But the features it’s recently added go beyond style by delivering wireless connectivity that younger, plugged-in consumers demand.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Indian cricket fans’ instrument of choice, has already caused controversy ahead of the World Cup with authorities concerned that their excessive volume could prevent people from hearing announcements should a stadium need to be evacuated.

By Hummingbird Media
Free Event Will Feature Hearing Health Experts and Paul Stanley of KISS, While Addressing Important Issue of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss Among Teens

By Lori Moshier, Novaetus,Inc.
HearUsa of East Lansing is offering a free seminar on Elder financial abuse. The seminar is open to the public, and will be held at their location on April 13th at 3:00pm.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Sudden Hearing Loss Sudden sensorineural hearing loss is defined by a sudden loss of hearing within a 72 hour period, resulting in greater than a 30 dB drop in hearing for at least three consecutive test frequencies.

By Center for Hearing Aids
A kind word, a confiding whisper, a mischievous giggle. Decibels of sound full of meaning and emotion. Decibels of sound you don’t have to miss. With its robust design, proven components and advanced features

By American Hearing Aid Associates
Hearing health website helps improve the quality of life for anyone affected by hearing problems.

By Center for Hearing Aids
One of the most beautiful reasons you would love to own a Siemens Motion is that whether you are in an afternoon with your dear friends or spending some quality time in the garden or maybe say spending.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Hearing loss has been linked to several conditions that appear as adults reach old age. Issues with impaired driving, dementia, and falls have all been associated with decreased hearing ability in older adults.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Oticon empowers users to enjoy the “essentials” of modern communication with Oticon Ino, a reliable, discreet hearing solution that delivers excellent value.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Hearing loss is about twice as common in adults with diabetes compared to those who do not have the disease, according to a. Yet hearing screenings typically are not part of the regular regimen of care that people with diabetes.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Growing numbers of people enjoy listening to music on portable music players or cell phones, and many tend to turn up the volume, especially in noisy surroundings.

By Center for Hearing Aids
After taking age, noise exposure, and other factors associated with hearing loss into account, the researchers said that the chance of having hearing loss is high now days.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Nearly two-thirds of people age 70 and older suffer from hearing loss that ranges from mild to severe, according to what may be the first study to gauge the prevalence of hearing impairment

By Center for Hearing Aids
As many as 70 crore people across the globe will be suffering from hearing impairment by 2015, primarily because of noise and sound pollution, according to a global study on the growth of hearing impaired people

By The CareGiver Partnership
Though hearing loss is common among older adults, it's possible to remain safely at home. Try the following ways to cope.

By newsusa
Alzheimer’s disease symptoms sometimes resemble the symptoms of hearing loss. If you think you may be experiencing hearing loss, look for the most affordable hearing aid options.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Uncorrected hearing loss can make life frustrating. Not being able to clearly hear conversations—in person or on the phone—can lead to isolation and depression. Most recently it was also linked to a higher risk of dementia.

By Center for Hearing Aids
The ear is a delicate organ, and the delicate structures protecting the ear get destroyed being subject to the sounds beyond this limit, causing ear damage. The situations could cause temporary or permanent damage to the ears.

By Center for Hearing Aids
In some people, gradual hearing loss may also be an early sign of types of dementia. We listen with our ears but hear with our brains. Gradual hearing loss is a common symptom of aging, but in some people it may also be an early sign of Alzheimer's

By Center for Hearing Aids
There are many hearing aid types, features, prices and styles to consider. When determining which types are best for you, you need to consider various factors to ensure you make the right choice.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Widex has created the Passion hearing instrument series for those of you who care about the details. Passion is the world’s smallest Receiver-In-Canal (RIC) hearing instrument - it is so small and discreet that it seems virtually invisible.

By Center for Hearing Aids
To get the most out of the advanced features in your hearing aids, CLEAR440 uses new wireless technology, WidexLink. This guarantees that your hearing aids can communicate with each other instantly. Just like two ears do.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Resound has launched its new Alera hearing aid, and compared to other manufacturers like Phonak and Siemens, they’re up to a late start

By Center for Hearing Aids
When people think of hearing aids, they might think more of old ear trumpets than high-quality, advanced devices, but the integration of Bluetooth with hearing aid technology is changing that.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Starkey Laboratories, Inc., one of the world’s leading hearing technology companies is proud to announce it has been named an International 2011 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree for OtoLens, the world’s first custom invisible-in-the-canal HA

By Center for Hearing Aids
To build the next generation of super power instruments, Oticon called upon the company’s considerable experience developing innovative solutions for power users and the extensive resources of the world renowned Eriksholm Research Centre.

By Center for Hearing Aids
New potato chip bags are good for the environment, but bad for your hearing. The bags are 128 times noisier than ordinary chip bags.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Devices enabled for someone to hear better. Examples: hearing aids, personal FM units, sound field FM systems, telephone text device (TTD), closed captioned TV, mild-gain hardware systems.

By Center for Hearing Aids
In this article I will talk about some basics of hearing aid care, how they are manufactured, how they can best benefit you, and I will also give some opinions on questionable practices of the industry.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Sustained exposure to loud workplace noise may affect quality of sleep in workers with occupational-related hearing loss, according to a new study by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev researchers.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Phonak stands out once again for its excellent product design The winning of five GOOD DESIGN® Awards underlines Phonak’s effort for design excellence and continuous innovation.

By Center for Hearing Aids
With Audéo S SMART now available in high-tech ceramics, Phonak is combining superb performance with luxurious appeal.

By Hummingbird Media
Sound Partners® Program Expands Online Services, Providing Comprehensive Resource on Hearing Loss Disorders and Prevention Education

By Center for Hearing Aids
Phonak Ambra ranks in the top three designs of Swiss products. The new Phonak Ambra microM has won the internationally recognized iF product design award in the category „medicine / health care“.

By Diane Bell (HearAbility)
Mino, a new Bellman and Symfon product, has recently been launched and is now available in South Africa. It is the world's first fully digital personal amplifier for the consumer market with both omni- and directional microphones.

By BeyondPR
A bridging grant from national charity Deafness Research UK is helping to ensure that some of the leading lights in deafness research are able to continue their ground breaking work into age-related hearing loss.

By Center for Hearing Aids
Hearing loss in today’s world is more common than many may realize. Usually it is other people who notice that someone may have a hearing problem. People can sometimes go for years and years without realizing that their hearing is deteriorating.

By Center for Hearing Aids
The introduction of the term “digital” in the world of hearing aids has not only received a warm welcome but as a token of return gift it has also enthralled its users with wide plethora of usability and satisfaction.




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