In celebration of Memorial Day, the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery is emphasizing the critical importance of hearing health to our nation’s troops.
An increasing number of classical musicians suffer from hearing loss, tinnitus, and/or hyperacusis which may severely affect their professional and daily life. These conditions should be considered and treated as health care conditions.
ASHA takes action to raise awareness of speech and language problems throughout May.
Ongoing seminar series designed to train audiologists to meet the unique needs of musicians.
“Abby Gets a Cochlear Implant” speaks to children about CI experience
Valentin Chapero succeeds Tom Westerman as president of European Hearing Instrument Manufacturers Association.
Noted speaker, writer Brad Witt named director of new department; leading audiologist Theresa Schulz PhD, joins as hearing conservation manager.
Award is highest honor bestowed by federal government to American firms for significant contribution to increase of exports.
June 7 concert in Los Angeles marks U.S. debut of Pioneer Electronics’ listening technology for the deaf, hard of hearing.
With hearing loss and tinnitus emerging as leading injuries in the war on terror, the military looks at ways to better equip, protect, and serve America’s veterans.