Awareness

Sonova hosts Chinese dancing star Tianjiao Zhang

Dance

Tianjiao Zhang
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Sonova is inviting Tianjiao Zhang, one of the best dancers in China, to the company’s annual general shareholders' meeting in Zurich on 13 June 2017 and another at a charity event near Munich on 16 June in aid of Sonova’s Hear the World Foundation.

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French spationaut Thomas Pesquet back on Earth: 2017: a hearing odyssey

Space

Thomas Pesquet hearing
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Science fiction mostly led us to believe that the cosmos is filled with vast silent galaxies, but in a way that is not completely true.

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Phonak 2017 soccer camp for children with hearing loss

Summer camp

Simon Ollert
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Phonak and Bundesliga youth team player Simon Ollert are extending their successful training scheme to a 5-days-camp, with 45 places for participants and an extra helping of personal and sporting highlights.

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Better Hearing and Speech Month

Awareness

Better Hearing and Speech Month 2017

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month in America and the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) has joined forces with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) to raise awareness of communication disorders.

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Installing flashing fire alarms in Japan

Security

The Japan Times reports on a new initiative promoted by the central government of Japan to roll out flashing fire and emergency alarms to help the deaf and hard-of-hearing.

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Noise pollution in cities and hearing loss: 64% positive correlation

Noise

Mimi app
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Digital hearing app Mimi has published a report detailing hearing loss around the world by investigating how noise pollution in cities relates to hearing.

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Young construction workers in Canada not careful enough about hearing protection

Protection

haring protection young workers
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Data from WorkSafe B.C. show that young construction workers are less likely to wear hearing protection compared with older workers in construction and young workers in other industries, including manufacturing and primary resources, reports the Vancouver Sun, BC, Canada.

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Early Intervention Centre to help hearing-impaired children integrate conventional schools

Integration

Pranav Early Intervention Centre
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Pranav Early Intervention Centre for Young Hearing-Impaired Children, at Chitnavis Centre, Nagpur, Maharashtra State, India held its annual day celebration in January 2017 and focused attention on its novel approach to help children with hearing difficulties.

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Perspectives for hearing health in the US

Consumer

USA awareness on hearing loss
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In its Health column, Consumer Reports recently talked about the big changes that are expected in the area of hearing healthcare in the US and the common obstacles to hearing rehabilitation.

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Half of the cases of hearing impairment are avoidable

Interview

Dr Shalabh Sharma ENT
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ETHealthworld recently interviewed Dr Shalabh Sharma, Senior ENT Consultant Surgeon at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi, India who talked about the situation in the country and the latest innovations in the area.

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