- Published on 26 September 2016
The Wichita Eagle recently reported on sound levels at an entertainment venue during a music concert and the possible related risks, after their journalist recorded noise with a smartphone app.
- Published on 15 September 2016
The Hear the World Foundation has announced that Cindy Crawford and Linda Evangelista are now championing the cause of the Sonova non-profit foundation, whose vision is a world “in which everyone has the chance to enjoy good hearing”.
- Published on 08 September 2016
USA Today recently ran an article on the risks of hearing loss in the workplace, indicating that 22 million workers are exposed annually in the United States to hazardous levels of occupational noise.
- Published on 23 August 2016
The Lifestyle column of Forbes recently ran a piece on how New York City is the most accessible place in the United States for people with hearing loss.
- Published on 11 August 2016
American celebrity Daymond John, founder and CEO of fashion brand FUBU, star of the reality TV series Shark Tank, and author of several best-selling books, recently told CNNMoney how advanced hearing aid technology has made a huge difference in his life.
- Published on 10 August 2016
The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) recently awarded its 2016 “Get in the Hearing Loop” award to Cheri Perazzoli, Director of advocacy at the Washington State Association of the HLAA and founder of the “Let’s Loop Seattle” initiative.
- Published on 28 July 2016
Three Ohio state government agencies have teamed up to find a way for deaf or hearing impaired Ohioans, who qualify for a federal hearing exemption waiver, to train and test to get commercial driver’s licenses (CDLs).
- Published on 26 July 2016
At just 18 years of age, Stanford first-year student, Grace O’Brien, is making a real difference by helping to provide hundreds of low-cost, solar-powered hearing aids to children in developing countries.