ENT doctors will soon issue new recommendations for the treatment of impacted cerumen for adults and children.
Two Arizona School of Health Sciences audiology graduates have been recognized for their enthusiasm and efforts.
The Illinois Academy of Audiology’s 16th-annual convention and exposition is planned for January 28 to 30 in Chicago, and the group has released a list of scheduled presenters.
The American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery has recently moved offices.
The International Hearing Society, Livonia, Mich, has declared September 28 to October 4 as Hearing Aid Awareness Week, an event recognized by the Department of Health and Human Services National Health Information Center.
Researchers who developed a unique test for perfect pitch have found the ability to recognize and remember a tone without a reference is much more common in non-musicians than expected.
A cytoprotective adjuvant used in cancer chemotherapy, amifostine, reduces the likelihood of ototoxicity in children undergoing cisplatin therapy for medulloblastoma, according to a study reported in a recent issue of the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
A supportive crowd of Las Vegas residents met recently to thank Rep Shelley Berkley (D-NV) for her co-sponsorship of the Hearing Aid Tax Credit and to urge her to champion the bill in the House of Representatives.
Consumers with hearing loss might think they are saving significantly more by purchasing over- the-counter hearing aids, but they most likely will be disappointed—or could be taking risks— when purchasing such aids, according to recent research.
The traditional view of individual brain areas involved in perception of different sensory stimuli has been thrown in doubt in recent years, and a new study shows that, in monkeys, the region involved in hearing can directly improve perception in the visual region, without the involvement of other structures to integrate the senses.