Williams Sound partnered with the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) as a sponsor of its Veterans with Hearing Loss Scholarship awarded in conjunction with the 2014 HLAA annual convention.
A paper was recently published by Canadian researchers about a chinstrap that can harvest energy from jaw movements. Although still a long way from powering a hearing aid or implant, the researchers hope to continue their work on improving the device.
Researchers from Tel Aviv University have discovered that a genetic form of deafness is due to absence of thyroid hormone.
Audigy Group has been selected as one of The Oregonian Top Workplaces.
The Sound of Light is a wireless speaker system powered from the socket of a floor or table lamp.
A new automatic REM fitting feature was found to be a reliable and fast alternative REM with less variability compared to manual REM.
Jane Madell, PhD, says parents need current, accurate, and honest information when making important and difficult decisions about the needs of their hearing-impaired children—not information based on what might have been true 20-30 years ago.
The 2014 Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) Convention “Raising the Stakes: Going All in for Audiology!” will be held at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas on November 6-9.
A new study commissioned by Siemens Hearing Instruments suggests that teen hearing loss may be on the rise, with 1 in 6 teens showing hearing loss symptoms often or all of the time, and nearly 9 in 10 engaged in activities that could place them at risk for hearing loss.
The Hearing Review asks three audiologists associated with GN Otometrics and Audiology Systems—Clément Sanchez, AuD, Wendy Switalski, AuD, and Clint Keifer, AuD—for their thoughts on the benefits of tinnitus assessment. They also provide advice to hearing care professionals who are interested in adding tinnitus assessment to their practice.