By Alexander Hirner Zinc-air batteries are widely used in devices like hearing aids for their good performance-to-price ratio. The tricky part is of course to make them rechargeable. This is one of two technologies that ZAF Energy Systems has been working on for the last couple of years. Show More Summary
A Long Island man serving life in prison for double homicide is gaining traction on his bizarre attempt to get out of jail by claiming that he was denied a fair trial because his hearing aid broke. A Manhattan federal appeals court ruled this week that hearing-impaired jailbird John Pierotti, 62, might just have a...
Tinnitus – ringing in the ear – can be addressed with the use of hearing aids. Tinnitus is more common among people with hearing impairment, compared to those with normal hearing, with rates between 70 and 85 percent among those … The post Tinnitus treatment with hearing aids appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
Stream the NYC proggy drum'n'bass duo's bewildering new EP and read an interview with Ehlers on disability representation, jazz, and hearing aids.
Constitution-loving Senator Ted Cruz is being called upon by two Democratic colleagues to do his job and hold hearings on whether the Republican nominee is aiding and abetting a foreign government's interference in our Presidential election. Sheldon...Show More Summary
Christine: My child’s teacher (SLP!) says that she (the teacher) is required to perform a weekly check on my child’s hearing aids which are privately owned, not purchased with funds Continue Reading ?
Hearing aids can help-- the real pain turns out to be in the pocketbook.
Few devices are despised as much as the hearing aid.
Apple's iOS 9.2 update in December has caused problems with Bluetooth audio streaming for many users, including hearing aid users. Who or what is to blame, and are there any solutions?
The device has a history of shaming, rather than helping, the hard of hearing. An Object Lesson.
Source: Snappa.io Do your friends and family ever wonder why you don't hear better with your hearing aids? Mine sometimes do, which can be frustrating, especially when you are working extremely hard to hear the best that you can. They...Show More Summary
My blue-collar dad, who started a plumbing business, instilled in me the value of education. Though he died when I was fifteen, I continue to hear his resolute wisdom which aided my career decisions for nearly five decades. My career...Show More Summary
The special moment when a deaf baby girl first heard her mother’s voice was captured in a touching new video last week. Idaho baby Annabelle Lawrence was born deaf, but after getting hearing aids on Wednesday she was finally able to hear her family’s voices for the first time, the Daily Mail reported. The video […]
Renae Richardson posted a video of her 3-month old son, Jordan, after he received hearing aids and heard the outside world for the first time. He was born with some hearing loss, and had Bronchiolitis? at 3 weeks old which caused fluid build up in his ears. Show More Summary
This week, 3-month-old Annabelle Lawrence, who was born deaf, was fitted with two hearing aids. Shortly after, she heard her mom's voice for the first time. Understandably, Annabelle's response really runs the gamut of emotion — she's experiencing one of the five senses for the first time, after all. Show More Summary
Apple VP of environment, policy and social initiatives Lisa Jackson has shared a story via ABC7 News about a nine-year-old boy whose hearing was restored thanks to a new type of bone-conduction hearing aid controlled by a companion iPhone app. Show More Summary
In the future, loud music may not doom us to a life of hearing aids.
A while back, we agreed to take the new Signia primax hearing aids for a spin. The company (Signia is a brand of parent company Sivantos Group, which itself was spun out of Siemens Audiology Solutions) was promising some cool new tech...Show More Summary
WE’D BE HEARING HYSTERICAL CRIES OF HORROR AND ANGUISH ABOUT ALEPPO’S HUMANITARIAN NIGHTMARE IF A REPUBLICAN WERE IN THE WHITE HOUSE: Medical aid group says 300,000 people face starvation in Aleppo, Syria. Remember Responsibility To Protect (R2P), hyped once upon a time by Obama Administration UN Ambassador Samantha Power? She used R2P as a media-academic […]