American film composer Jeff Rona comments on Richard Einhorn’s recent article in Hearing Review and proposes some more economical options for hearing-impaired musicians who need to hear the subtle nuances of their instrument in order to get the most out of their performances.
Representatives from EarQ attended the Legend’s World Sports Conference in Cancun, Mexico, to help educate members of the NBRPA about their hearing health and provide free hearing screenings and video ear inspections.
Lil Mike is an animated rapper aimed at improving ear health within the Aboriginal community in Australia.
Widex has announced that Jeff Geigel is the new president of Widex USA Inc following the resignation of Rodney Schutt.
CareCredit and TIMS Audiology Software have announced the launch of newly integrated features that provide hearing practices with instant desktop access to program information and payment options that help patients get recommended hearing care.
How does the brain determine if a sound source is in motion? New research from Duke University recently looked into the question using cutting-edge methods in electrophysiology, optogenetics, and behavioral analysis.
Randolf (Randy) Dickins III, vice-president of marketing at MedRx, Largo, Fla, passed away on August 22 after a lifelong love of the water.
This week, in Part 2 of our 5-part “State of the Industry” series, Amyn Amlani, PhD, presents an overview of his research that involves the inelasticity of hearing aid pricing, the advantages of unbundling prices, and how smartphone amplification applications and devices for use as starter hearing aids may reduce the adoption time for consumers who ultimately purchase a hearing aid.
“If we have been in practice for any length of time, we all can think of patients who are facing a number of limitations.” Dennis Van Vliet takes a look in his Final Word column.
Continuing education is the secret to helping patients with vestibular disorders.