Awareness

More than 80% of Chileans are unconcerned about their hearing health

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Spanish firm GAES has just released the results of a survey commissioned throughout Chile to gather data on hearing in the country. Among other aspects, the survey revealed a lack of concern and many bad habits.

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Cochlear Kids Camp: summer camp for young cochlear implant recipients

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Colorado Neurological Institute (CNI) is once again organizing the Cochlear Kids Camp this summer to bring together cochlear implant recipients and their families from the US and other countries.

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Employers and employees not on the same page about noise at work

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New research sponsored by EPIC Hearing Healthcare has shown that employers and employees have very different perceptions about workplace noise.

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Damage to hearing: Brazilian hearing professionals on the ball

Prevention

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As we all know, when a sports match gets exciting, you can really hear it. And soccer is no exception, especially in one of the world’s greatest football nations, Brazil, and during the sport’s top event, the World Cup.

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A little Colombian boy tuned in to World Cup "vibes"

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Guillermo Andrés Herreño Díaz, fervent admirer of the Colombian national football team.

The passion of the Brazil 2014 World Cup has been alive and well in Colombia, where big boys and little boys have been glued to what is going on in Brazil.

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Brazilian hearing problems

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With the World Cup currently taking place in Brazil, much attention is being focused on the South American country. Whilst the residents enjoy the festival of football, the noise of daily life is contributing to hearing issues in Brazil.

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Hearing loss associated with depression in a new study

Research

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The American Academy of Audiology reports the findings of a new study providing more evidence of a link between hearing loss and depression.

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Noise-induced hearing loss in Korean workers

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A new study carried out in Korea has shown that workers exposed to heavy metals and organic solvents in association with noise have higher pure tone averages than unexposed workers.

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Employers are a 'major barrier' to work

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Three out of four people with hearing loss feel their employment opportunities are more limited than their hearing peers, with almost 80 per cent naming employers as the major barrier, according to new research by charity Action on Hearing Loss.

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