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Cancer Treatments May Cause Hearing Loss

Beating cancer is a cause for celebration. On the first Sunday of June each year, cancer survivors, and their friends and families, come together to celebrate the battle that was fought, and won, ...
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Is A Daily Cup of Coffee Bad For Your Hearing?

Do you love to drink coffee in the morning or throughout your day? If so, this new study may be of interest to you. The study found that daily coffee intake may actually prevent you from recovering ...
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Increased Risk of Alzheimer's Disease for a Younger Generation

I’ve been talking for years about the dangerous listening habits of young adults and teens and about the damage they are doing to their hearing. And, it’s not just me: the World Health ...
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Hearing Aids = Increased Optimism, Decreased Falls

With the advances in hearing aid technology in recent years, there really isn’t any reason to go through life with an untreated hearing loss. As a matter of fact, there are multiple studies that ...
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Newsletter February 2018

Technology Makes It Fun To Go To The Movies Again Hearing loss is on the rise, due to an aging population but also unhealthy lifestyles of the younger generation. Hearing loss makes many common social ...
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Rechargeable battery technologies

The cost and inconvenience of replacing and disposing of hearing aid batteries has long been a significant concern for hearing aid users. Though rechargeable hearing aids have been available for a ...
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Why Make Invisible Hearing Aids with Titanium? - The Benefits are Numerous

World leading hearing aid manufacturer Phonak has released the first custom invisible hearing aid made with a titanium shell. Titanium is a strong, corrosion resistant metal often used in medical ...
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How Do We Hear?

The major task of the ear is to detect, transmit and transduce sound (such as changing it from a mechanical vibration to a neural impulse.) The inner ear also assists in maintaining our sense of ...
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Nedlands Hearing Centre on Broadway - Communicating in Harmony

It's been at least a two year dream of opening up another hearing clinic.... We've found a gem of a spot on Broadway Nedlands. I'm so proud of Andrew Mackendrick for being so ambitious. It ...
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Tips For Coping With Hearing Loss At Work

It’s a problem that is only going to get worse: aging workers with hearing loss. The Pew Research Center found that as of early 2015 the labor force was made up of about 45 million boomers ...
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Revolutionary New Oticon Opn Hearing Aids

New Oticon Open Hearing Aids The new Oticon Opn ™ has been released to the Australian market late June 2016. It packages a group of new technologies that purport to translate into “30 % ...
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Teenagers & Tinnitus - A Growing Concern

According to a recent study by Canadian researcher Larry Roberts, there is a frightening increase in the number of young people with tinnitus, a condition that causes ringing or buzzing in the ears. ...
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Made For iPhone Hearing Aids: Hands On With Halo, A Mission-Critical Wearable

Electronic hearing aids have been in use for more than a century, yet in all of the contemporary buzz about wearable devices hearing aids have been conspicuously absent. My personal experience using ...
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New study shows hearing loss impacts brain function

Contributed by Lisa Packer, staff writer for Healthy Hearing | Thursday, June 18th, 2015 When we think of the word “reorganization”, we don’t usually associate it with the brain; but ...
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Kids with hearing aids start social media campaign

SAN ANTONIO, Texas - Emma Rudkin and Erin Dabbs share a special bond, they both wear hearing aids. But doing that hasn’t always been easy for 12-year-old Erin. “It was hard to wear my ...
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Today Tonight Channel 7 Presentation: Smart Hearing Aids "Better Then Normal Hearing"

Please see the following link to the Channel 7 Today Tonight news presentation on Siemens Binax Smart Hearing Aids that claim "Better Then Normal Hearing". Please see the Today Tonight Video ...
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How Bad Are iPods For Your Hearing?

Hearing loss is more common than ever before. About 16% of American adults have an impaired ability to hear speech, and more than 30% of Americans over age 20 — an estimated 55 million people ...
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Musicians Plugs Make it Easier to Hear the Music and Save Your Hearing

For those people who enjoyed going to converts but were concerned about the impact the loud music would have on their hearing, it was about making a choice. Today, however, there may be a way you can ...
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Tinnitus Affects All Areas Of Your Brain

Tinnitus Affects All Areas Of Your Brain A recent study found that tinnitus affects virtually every area of the brain. This is significant because it explains why brain stimulation and neurofeedback ...
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