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Read the latest news about audiology and hearing aid systems.

Titanium Hearing Aid Keeps Winning Awards, Changing Lives

August 24, 2018

Phonak Virto™ B-Titanium is 3D-printed and virtually invisible when wornStäfa, Switzerland, August 24, 2018 – Phonak Virto B-Titanium, the world’s first mainstream custom titani...   Read More


OtiCongress 2018 Gives Hearing Care Professionals Opportunity to Combine Professional Development and Humanitarian Good Works

August 23, 2018

SOMERSET, NJ August 20– OtiCongress 2018, held August 8–16 in Anchorage, Alaska, created a unique platform for hearing care professionals to combine professional development with the oppo...   Read More


NIOSH Spirometry Training- A Team Effort

August 23, 2018

This summer Midwest Special Instruments (MSI) hosted Kendra Palmer Anderson and Lance Anderson from Palmer Associates, who taught a NIOSH spirometry course in Savage, MN.   Read More


World Wide Hearing Receives Richard Seewald Award 18/19

August 22, 2018

The recipient of the 2018/19 Richard Seewald Award is the World Wide Hearing Foundation International (World Wide Hearing).   Read More

 


First-Ever Hotline Provides Resources and Services for New Families of Children with Hearing Loss

August 22, 2018

AG Bell designed its new hotline for parents, caregivers and guardians of newly identified children with hearing loss worldwide who possess any degree of unilateral or bilateral hearing loss. The hotl...   Read More

 


Oticon Medical Partners with Your Hearing Network to Empower Hearing Care Practices

August 21, 2018

Oticon Medical announces partnership with Your Hearing Network to help hearing professionals verify and submit claims for bone anchored hearing patients.   Read More


Low-Cost Internet Options for CaptionCall Users

August 20, 2018

CaptionCall, LLC, the leading provider of captioned telephone service offers low-cost internet options for CaptionCall users.   Read More


Catching the Dance of Antibiotics and Ribosomes at Room Temperature

August 19, 2018

A new imaging technique is allowing researchers to pinpoint ways of modifying drugs to avoid side effects. Antibiotics have been a pillar of modern medicine since the 1940s. Streptomycin, which belon...   Read More


ASHA Discourages Use of Facilitated Communication, Rapid Prompting Method

August 17, 2018

People With Communication Disabilities Have a Right to Services That Are Effective, Lead to Independent Communication, and Are Not Harmful, ASHA Says   Read More


GN Hearing and Google Announce Partnership to Bring Direct Mobile Streaming from Android Devices to Hearing Aids

August 16, 2018

GN Hearing & Google announced a new technology partnership which will make GN Hearing the first company to enable a full spectrum of direct streaming from Android phones and tablets to hearing aids. T...   Read More


Hearing Associations Release Consensus Recommendations for New Over-the-Counter Hearing Aid Classification

August 15, 2018

The major U.S. hearing healthcare professional associations (Associations) today announced the release of a consensus paper, “Regulatory Recommendations for OTC Hearing Aids: Safety and Effectivenes...   Read More


GN Hearing Introduces World's First 'Premium-Plus' Hearing Aid: ReSound LiNX Quattro

August 14, 2018

Today, technology is transforming the lives of people with hearing loss. Sleek in design and practically invisible in the ear, ReSound LiNX Quattro offers the most dynamic range of sound, helping peop...   Read More


Beltone Amaze: A New, Amazingly Advanced and Powerful Hearing Aid

August 13, 2018

Leading hearing aid manufacturer, GN Hearing, has unveiled the industry’s most complete hearing aid solution: Beltone Amaze™. Soon to be available in one of Beltone’s 1,500 stores across the U.S...   Read More


BACK TO SCHOOL Navigating Speech and Language Services in Schools: What Parents Should Know

August 12, 2018

August 2, 2018 - Rockville, Md. - As kids all over the country begin heading back to school, some parents may have concerns about their child’s ability to communicate. These may include concerns wit...   Read More


Hearing Class

August 10, 2018

Researchers identify molecularly distinct subtypes of neurons that encode sound.HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL - A new study by Harvard Medical School researchers sheds light on the molecular repertoire of ne...   Read More


About the New Phonak Virto B-Titanium Hearing Aid

August 9, 2018

The small and discreet Virto B-Titanium custom hearing aid becomes even tinier and more discreet thanks to a new tool for hearing care professionals called the Titanium FitGuide.   Read More


Action on Hearing Loss Appoints Mark Atkinson as Chief Executive

August 8, 2018

National charity Action on Hearing Loss has appointed Mark Atkinson as its new Chief Executive following Paul Breckell’s departure.   Read More


Oticon Audiology Summer Camp 2018

August 6, 2018

The 2018 Oticon Audiology Summer Camp brought more than 100 graduate students representing a cross-section of US universities to Keystone, Colorado for a week-long series of lectures and workshops foc...   Read More


New Study in Electric Fish Reveals Brain Mechanisms for Distinguishing Self from Other

August 4, 2018

Columbia research identifies neural-circuit activity in fish that could explain how humans subtract out signals generated by our own bodies; could inform studies of sensory disorders such as tinnitus....   Read More


Medical Errors May Stem More from Physician Burnout than Unsafe Health Care Settings.

August 3, 2018

The epidemic of physician burnout may be the source of even more medical errors than unsafe medical workplace conditions, a new study led by Stanford researchers has found.   Read More


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