Audiologists can raise awareness around World Hearing Day 2022 with tools supplied by battery producer Rayovac


World Hearing Day

© Rayovac       Actor Danny Murphy explains the importance of long-lasting hearing aid batteries.

Battery manufacturer Rayovac is getting behind the hearing loss awareness drive for World Hearing Day - March 3, 2022 - by telling Life Without Limits stories of ordinary people facing auditory challenges.


Amplifon makes media medic Sarah Jarvis its UK face



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Global hearing giant Amplifon has recruited TV doctor Dr Sarah Jarvis MBE to play an ambassadorial role as its medical advisor, offering advice to customers on hearing loss over the next 12 months.


City noise annoys most but does it really comfort some Londoners?


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© georgeclerk - iStock     Traffic on the M8 motorway rushing through central Glasgow.

While the English capital calls for a drop in noise levels, and Scotland’s largest city shows its main motorway is as loud as an airport runway, the Belgian city of Genk has brought in a major tech company to apply artificial intelligence (AI) to solve its sound pollution problems.


More prestigious recognition for Sonova's classy hearing awareness and product films



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Once again, the Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards has recognised the marketing finesse of hearing giant Sonova, two of its Life without Limitations film products capturing the jury's favour in the November festival.


Firework noise threat to hearing and pets shifts perspectives across UK on Guy Fawkes night celebration


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The sound intensity of pyrotechnic use on and around November 5 in the UK is being strongly targeted nationwide as a cause of hearing damage to humans and distress to animals, bringing calls for time-limited, low noise displays and even outright bans.


Peace laureate joins Cochlear Foundation in drive to underline CI benefits in child access to education



© Cochlear      Young CI-wearing girl enjoying class in Achieve Anything Programme video

Millions of children around the world - especially girls - face barriers to education. Having hearing loss further hinders this all-important access. To highlight this issue, the world's youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner has partnered with an industry-backed not-for-profit hearing health foundation.


Predictions for 2031. De Wet Swanepoel : How COVID triggered the hearing health care revolution



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We consulted 15 audiology experts on what everyone in hearing health will be talking about in 2031? No. 1: De Wet Swanepoel.


Spanish film director Pedro Almodovar confesses his tinnitus "nightmare"



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Cult filmmaker Pedro Almodovar has been opening up to Spain's national media on the torment and social isolation caused to him by his tinnitus.


Need funding or support for hearing initiatives that benefit under-privileged kids? Apply this September to Sonova's Hear the World foundation.



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Throughout September 2021, Sonova's Hear the World Foundation is accepting applications for funding from aid organisations benefiting people in need with hearing loss.


Major awareness boost for hearing loss as We Hear You wins Best Film on Disability award at the Cannes Film Festival



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We Hear You, a documentary about four women facing the challenges of hearing loss, has been adjuged best film in the World Focus - Disability section of the 2021 Cannes World Film Festival. The film is written and produced by US Shari Eberts, writer of the well-supported blog Living with Hearing Loss.