Siemens Hearing Instruments has introduced its new binax hearing aid platform that reportedly provides hearing aid wearers in cocktail-party-like situations with better speech recognition than people with normal hearing.
As one of the key events on the worldwide hearing industry calendar, EUHA provides its members and attendees with a wide selection of educational venues presented by world experts from academia, industry, and dispensing practices.
Researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital found that consumption of 2 or more servings of fish per week was associated with a lower risk of hearing loss in women. “Consumption of any type of fish (tuna, dark fish, light fish, or shellfish) tended to be associated with lower risk. These findings suggest that diet may be important in the prevention of acquired hearing loss,” stated lead-author Sharon Curhan.
Influenza infection can enhance the ability of the bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae to cause ear and throat infections, according to new research.
Unitron welcomed more than 120 hearing care professionals and company executives to a 2-day customer conference held in Vienna designed to put patient care and practice growth center stage, with discussions ranging from the role of the manufacturer to business opportunities arising from enhancing patient experience.
The two student-oriented knowledge-sharing Summer Camps combined seminars, discussions, and workshops with opportunities to network with leading researchers, experienced practitioners, Oticon staff, and other new hearing care professionals.
The non-profit independent educational institute has announced the addition of Anne Mette Jeppesen as project specialist and audiologist, and Amanda Farah Cox as Web editor.
The Tinnitus Practitioners Association has elected Shannon Aiello, AuD, Arnold Lieberman, JD, Michael Lowery, BS, and Tricia Sheehan, AuD, to its board of directors.
The new OtoSense app notifies with flash, vibration, and third-party notification for enhanced personal safety and quality of life, according to the company. Every time an individual uses OtoSense and teaches it new sounds, it improves the sound recognition software, and this improves everyone’s experience using the app.
Lumosity’s games are inspired by neuropsychological and cognitive tasks, and are designed to challenge core cognitive abilities; Oticon’s BrainHearing shares the similar goal of keeping neural pathways engaged so that the brain doesn’t have to relearn to hear, says Oticon.