- Published on 21 April 2016
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Plastic cotton buds—for long used inadvisably for ear cleaning—have been banned by the Scottish Parliament.
Germany. 00:01 October 17. UK hearing care professional, Paula Cook, took all the honours in the 2019 Rayovac Audiologist of the Year contest. A jubilant Paula was handed her trophy at a packed Evening of Excellence on the first evening of the EUHA Congress in Nuremberg.
A New York anthropological science study has suggested that something as commonplace to the modern manchild as middle ear infections were linked to the extinction of the archaic human species, Neanderthals.
A hearing aid and deaf person icon are among long-awaited Unicode 12 emojis on the point of being released by Apple.
The profound deafness-causing mutation of the otoferlin protein also alters the growth and wiring of neurons crucial to the nervous system, claims newly published research that advances treatment prospects and better education for the deaf.
Being a non-white baby or having public rather than private insurance may delay access for children to the intended benefits of universal newborn hearing screening (NHS), a new study suggests.
As the global hearing care profession faces disruptive change, we think it is more imperative than ever that retail audiology businesses seize the opportunity to improve the way they manage and deliver their core services.[ ... ]
Oticon completes its hearing aid portfolio with the launch of the Oticon Xceed and Oticon Xceed Play power hearing aids for profound hearing loss. Hearing care professionals now have access to the most updated hearing aid portfolio on the market with a complete range of hearing aids, all featuring the Velox S platform.[ ... ]
Phonak, the world’s leading hearing aid provider, has launched Marvel 2.0, "the next generation of Marvel technology developed to give hearing aid wearers even more hearing performance, more connectivity and more choice".[ ... ]