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Survey Suggests Higher Risk of Falls Due to Dizziness in Middle-Aged and Older Americans

July 28, 2009

Millions unaware of danger from vestibular dysfunction; diabetes a risk factor, along with age A full third of American adults, 69 million men and women over age 40, are up to 12 times more likely...   Read More

Got Ear Plugs? You May Want to Sport Them on the Subway and Other Mass Transit, Researchers Say

July 27, 2009

The U.S. mass transit system, the largest in the world, provides affordable and efficient transportation to more than 33 million riders each weekday. The system is generally considered one of the safe...   Read More

Beyond Cochlear Implants: Awakening the Deafened Brain

July 26, 2009

Pioneering research, being carried out in Nottingham, into the development of cochlear implants — hearing devices that convert sound into neural signals — and the future of this technology...   Read More

New Research Explores Evidence for Acupuncture Treatment of Meniere's

July 25, 2009

A new study (doi:10.1093) that will be published in the journal Evidenced Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine systematically reviewed evidence in English and Chinese research literature of th...   Read More

Revived Jackson Hole Rendezvous Successfully Melds Practical Application and Science

July 24, 2009

Event Features Industry Thought Leaders The successfully revived 2009 Jackson Hole Rendezvous, sponsored by Starkey Laboratories, Inc., took place last month with more than 70 industry leaders in atte...   Read More

Ida Institute Introduces Tool

July 24, 2009

Practical resource enhances ability to deliver patient-centered care Ida Institute today introduced the Reflective Journal, a practical tool to help hearing care professionals explore issues in the pa...   Read More

12th International Conference on Cochlear Implants and other Implantable Auditory Technologies - Save the Date!

July 23, 2009

The 12th International Conference on Cochlear Implants and other Implantable Auditory Technologies will be held in Baltimore, MD from May 3 - 5, 2012. The conference will be hosted by The Listening Ce...   Read More

Mass. Eye and Ear Performs First Auditory Brainstem Implant in New England

July 22, 2009

Surgeons from Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Mass. General Hospital will perform the first Auditory Brainstem Implant (ABI) surgery in New England on May 20. The ABI, which can restore the se...   Read More

The "Red Flags" Rule: What Audiologists Need to Know About Complying with New Requirements for Fighting Identity Theft

July 21, 2009

The FTC and other financial regulatory agencies were directed by the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 (FACTA) to put forth rules requiring "creditors" and "financial institutions" wit...   Read More

Oticon, Inc. Named "Employer of the Year" by Arc of Somerset County

July 21, 2009

The Arc of Somerset County has selected Oticon, Inc., a leading hearing device manufacturer, as the recipient of the organization's "Employer of the Year" award. Oticon was honored for the company's s...   Read More

Cochlear Americas Announces FDA Clearance of the Cochlear™ Baha® BP100 Sound Processor, the Industry's First Programmable Bone Conduction Hearing Solution

July 20, 2009

Cochlear Americas announced today that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cleared the Cochlear™ Baha® BP100 Sound Processor, the industry's first programmable bone conduction he...   Read More

AFA Awards Outstanding Au.D. Student Scholarship

July 20, 2009

The Audiology Foundation of America (AFA) is proud to announce the winner of its annual Outstanding Au.D. Student Scholarship for the 2009-20010 academic year. Second-year Au.D. student Jay Vachhani,...   Read More

UTD Researcher Recognized for Improving Lives of Hearing Impaired

July 19, 2009

Noisy restaurants are one of the banes of people who have received cochlear implants. Although the high-tech devices restore partial hearing, their microphones pick up everything going on around you -...   Read More

. . . Ida Institute Challenges Hearing Care Professionals to Share Best Practices

July 18, 2009

The audiogram: Objective data that helps individuals understand their unique hearing loss or a bewildering series of lines and circles that confuses and frustrates? The Ida Institute invites hearing c...   Read More

HLAA Invites You to Sign Letter to President Obama

July 17, 2009

36 million Americans have some form of hearing loss, yet only 20 percent receive the technology and services they need. There are millions of people who need help managing their hearing loss - baby bo...   Read More

Stanford Researchers' Discovery of Ion Channel Turns Ear on its Head

July 16, 2009

Scientists thought they had a good model to explain how the inner ear translates vibrations in the air into sounds heard by the brain. Now, based on new research from the Stanford University School of...   Read More

HLAA Celebrates 30 Years of Hard Work: Highlights from Nashville

July 15, 2009

The HLAA Convention 2009, held in Nashville, marked the 30th Birthday Celebration of that organization. One of the events at the HLAA Convention in Nashville was a night at the Grand Ole Opry —...   Read More

From the Editor - A Summer Montage of Customized Reflections on Marketing the iPhone and Unlimited CEUs

July 15, 2009

Hope everyone is staying cool this summer. Things are moving along as usual here at AudiologyOnline, here is the list of our most recent articles. We have a paper titled, A Montage of Outstanding Ques...   Read More

iPhone as Hearing Aid?

July 14, 2009

A new application for iPhone and iPod Touch called soundAMP claims to be the "first assistive application that turns your iPhone and iPod touch into an interactive hearing device". Its description inc...   Read More

Hearing, Voice Problems Worsen Seniors' Communication Skills

July 14, 2009

Hearing and vocal problems go hand-in-hand among the elderly more frequently than previously thought, according to researchers at Duke University Medical Center. Together, they pack a devastating doub...   Read More

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