Aquaris, Siemens FIRST truly waterproof* hearing instrument resists dust, sweat, and shock.

Aquaris, Siemens FIRST truly waterproof* hearing instrument resists dust, sweat, and shock.

Siemens Hearing Instruments, Inc., (www.usa.siemens.com/hearing) will unveil a host of products at the American Academy of Audiology AudiologyNOW! 2011 conference – including the new Aquaris™.
The iMini, Siemens smallest hearing instrument, disappears invisibly in the ear

The iMini, Siemens smallest hearing instrument, disappears invisibly in the ear

Siemens has developed a new hearing instrument that is even smaller than current models. As a result, it can be inserted far into the auditory canal, remaining basically invisible.
Oticon ConnectLine Microphone

Oticon ConnectLine Microphone

With the brand new Oticon ConnectLine Microphone, users can finally participate and interact in some of life’s most important situations – on equal terms with everyone else.
New Phonak Products

New Phonak Products

Two new product families complete the Phonak Spice Generation with entry-level and midrange hearing aids.
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Don’t let March Madness lead to hearing loss

It happens every year at about this time. The entire country becomes singular in their focus, united in a common cause. That cause? March Madness, also known as the NCAA Division I Basketball Championship. All eyes are on the top 68 teams vying for that gold trophy. Brackets are carefully filled out, office pools are...

Brain Awareness Week: How your brain and ears work together

In honor of Brain Awareness Week, Healthy Hearing wants to call attention to the way your brain and ears work together. Just for fun, let’s celebrate by comparing this great partnership to some other famous duos. Who’s on first? No matter how old you are, Abbot and Costello’s routine between a peanut vendor and baseball team...

Hearing Health Center | Hearing Center Interview

Although it’s difficult for Brooke Tudor, Au.D. to say goodbye to her three young children each morning, she knows the work she’s doing at Hearing Health Center helps her change lives on a daily basis. “I get to come here and be part of something bigger,” she said. “There are aspects of life that can...

Newborn hearing loss: From prevention to intervention

About 11,000 babies are born in the United States every day and most expectant mothers have myriad worries and fears before their baby is born. Studies show that, unfortunately, hearing loss is not one of them. As a matter of fact, in a survey by the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf in Washington, D.C., only...

Common causes of sensorineural hearing loss

If you’ve recently been diagnosed with hearing loss, you’re in good company. According to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD), one in eight people in the United States over the age of 12 have hearing loss in both ears. Of the three types of hearing loss, more than 90 percent is sensorineural in...

Global hearing AIDS market to grow at a CAGR of 4.68% during the period 2014 …

- Advertisement -  The report covers APAC, EMEA, and the Americas; it also covers the global hearing aids market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the Key Vendors operating in this market. Key Geographies Americas APAC EMEA Key Vendors G N Store Nord Sonova Holdings...

Ibaka hands out hearing aids to children, adults in his hometown

Oklahoma City Thunder power forward Serge Ibaka is spending his time off the court before preparing for the upcoming season by helping the people of his hometown in the Republic of the Congo. He is in Brazzaville, the Republic of the Congo, to hand out hearing aids to children and adults who have been affected...

Disaster preparation for people with hearing loss

Between blizzards, tornados, hurricanes, wildfires and the seemingly endless 24 hour news cycle covering it all, it seems there is no place in the country safe from potentially devastating natural disasters. Of course there is no denying that disaster preparation is important, but there are additional precautions people with hearing loss can take to ensure they are prepared in case of an...

Music in schools month: protecting your kids’ hearing in school

When you think about the dangerous extracurricular activities your child might participate in, a music program probably isn’t at the top of your list. You wouldn’t be surprised to learn that football, bicycles and basketball are the top three sport-related reasons children visited the emergency room in recent years, but did you know the biggest...

Northern Jersey ENT Associates Midland Park | Hearing Center Interview

Not only does Valerie Kriney, Au.D. think every patient is unique, she’s also positive she can help each of them hear better. “I believe that every individual with a hearing challenge can find a helpful hearing solution,” she said. “You have to be very intuitive and think about the whole person – not just their ears....

Noise-induced hearing loss: are you at risk?

Tractors. Pneumatic percussion drills. Jackhammers. Loud music. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC,) every day up to 4 million people are subjected to damaging noise as a routine part of their jobs. Unfortunately that translates to a lot of people at a high risk of noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). New research, however, is shedding light...

The best apps for phone captioning

Editor’s note: This article was originally posted on February 9, 2012. Due to its overwhelming popularity, we’ve updated it to republish today. Even if you wear hearing aids, you might want to hear a little better when you talk on the phone, are watching a movie or eating at your favorite – albeit noisy – restaurant. And, if...