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Traffic Noise Associated with Heart Failure Risk

Exposure to air pollution and road traffic noise over the course of many years may be associated with an increased risk of developing heart failure, and the correlation appears to be even greater in people who are former smokers or have high blood pressure, according to new research published in the “Journal of the American Heart Association.”

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Hearing Care Business Management in the Covid-19 Era: Interview with Stephanie Grein of Sycle

A year ago, hearing care professionals were scrambling to keep their dispensing offices afloat amid the Covid-19 crisis. With their unique view on data related to audiology business practices during this period, Sycle quickly came up with several innovative solutions to help practice owners and managers. HR recently interviewed Sycle VP of Sales & Enterprise Services Stephanie Grein, MBA, about Sycle's perspectives on clinical business practices both during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.

How to Use Teleaudiology Technologies in a New Setup or in an Existing Office

A large selection of teleaudiology solutions now exist that provides greater practice efficiencies and much higher levels of outreach and accessibility for your patients—and for other consumers who should be your patients. Here is just a brief sampling of some of the options for enhancing your teleaudiology capabilities.

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‘Face Mask Mode’ Now Offered in Signia Hearing Aids

Signia has announced the debut of what it calls the world’s first setting for a hearing device which specifically improves audibility for those communicating with someone wearing a face covering. Built within the company’s proprietary app, Signia’s Face Mask Mode is reportedly the most complete solution on the market, requiring no in-person adjustments with a hearing care professional.

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Future Ear Podcast: Life for Audiologists & Private Practice Owners from March-June 2020

A new “Future Ear” podcast by Dave Kemp of Oaktree Products features great ideas and perspectives from six audiologists in different parts of the United States. The podcast highlights the uniqueness of some of the individual work situations and regions, and includes several excellent tips about how to adapt a practice in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and recovery.

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