According to a new study published in the journal Sleep, sustained exposure to loud workplace noise may affect quality of sleep in workers with occupational-related hearing loss and tinnitus.
The Lake Drive Foundation has received a $10,000 grant from Staples Foundation for Learning (SFFL) to help deaf and hard of hearing children.
HLAA is conducing the “Can You Hear Me Now? HLAA HAC Cell Phone Survey” to evaluate user experiences with Hearing Aid Compatible (HAC) cell phones.
Do you have a great idea that could improve access to health care for the hearing impaired in America? A new grant for small businesses from the NIH is now available to help you develop that idea.
Sonitus Medical has received 510(k) FDA clearance for reportedly the world’s first non-surgical and removable hearing prosthetic device to transmit sound via the teeth.
The Phonak-sponsored Hear the World Sound Academy is now accepting applications for its latest learning adventure for students with mixed hearing abilities. This year: Amplifying the Grand Canyon.
Scientists from the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research have published a new study that shows a new way to treat patients with autoimmune inner ear disease (AIED).
Wireless listening systems manufacturer, Williams Sound, has received private equity investment funding, which will help the company to expand.
New NIH-funded research published in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) adds new evidence that the best treatment for middle-ear infections in young children is to treat them with antibiotics.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield have found a gene mutation that prevents the development of auditory hair cells. The discovery could provide the basis for treating progressive hearing loss and deafness in humans.