New guidelines for children with hearing loss

New guidelines for children with hearing loss

A network of medical experts has produced Australia’s first national guidelines to streamline the management of children with hearing loss. More than 12,000 Australian children have a significant hearing impairment and on average one child is identified with hearing...
Scientists find gene for age related hearing loss

Scientists find gene for age related hearing loss

News in the world of research: Scientists recently discovered genes causing age-related hearing loss. What are the implications for those of us with hearing loss? What other hearing loss research is already out there? Genes Causing Age-Related Hearing Loss As Discover...
Dementia – Prevention, it is possible?

Dementia – Prevention, it is possible?

Dementia continues to affect millions of people worldwide and is one of the most significant health issues of the 21st century. The question on everyone’s mind is…can we prevent dementia? To better understand and manage dementia patient care, the...
Protecting your hearing from noise

Protecting your hearing from noise

An important part of protecting your hearing is to make sure you don’t expose yourself to damaging loud noise, or to limit your exposure to loud noise where you can. In the workplace There are rules regarding exposure to loud sounds in the workplace. Noise Regulations...
Woodstock Generation’s Love of Loud Music

Woodstock Generation’s Love of Loud Music

May Have Lasting Consequences on Hearing Health! OMERSET, NEW JERSEY — Fifty years after the iconic “Three Days of Peace and Music,” a survey by The Harris Poll, commissioned by Oticon, Inc., suggests that members of the Woodstock Generation may be experiencing...