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Adorable Video Shows Deaf 3-Month-Old Baby Hearing Mommy’s Voice for the First Time

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 […]

Deaf baby hears for the first time, thinks sounds are hilarious AF.

2 days agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

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

3-month-old baby girl hears mom's voice for the first time

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

9-year-old boy gets his hearing back after six years thanks to bone-conduction implant & iPhone app

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

New study finds human hearing loss could be reversible

In the future, loud music may not doom us to a life of hearing aids.

Signia Pure primax hearing aid: "Audio radar" that zeroes in on what you want to hear

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 […]

Homeless man busted for stealing purses at NYC restaurants

last weekNews : NY Daily News

Marcio Dominguez-Bernal, 64, is accused of stealing bags that contained iPhones, credit cards, and even hearing aids, medication and reading glasses from his victims.

The New Old Age: No Hearing Aid? Some Gizmos Offer Alternative to ‘Speak Up!’

Some personal sound amplification products work as well as traditional hearing aids, researchers find — and cost far less.

Might Need Some Hearing Aid Too

(Home | Yorkton, SK, Canada) Home | Yorkton, SK, Canada Categories: Health & Body Tags: home Home | Yorkton, SK, Canada(This takes place in my house, which is not a business of any kind. I get a phone call about mid-afternoon.) Caller:...Show More Summary

It Is Time To Stop Shaming People With Hearing Loss

It is time to stop humiliating people with hearing loss. Radar Online's recent headline said, "Photo Shocker: Caitlyn Jenner Caught Wearing Hearing Aid." The photo showed a close up of Caitlyn's ear with a hearing aid mold located in the middle as if we were viewing a crime scene. Show More Summary

David Lynch Joins Cast of Quirky Drama Lucky; May or May Not Wear Hearing Aids and Shout Loudly

Looks like everyone's favorite surrealist auteur has a bit of free time from wrapping up the upcoming Twin Peaks revival. David Lynch has joined Lucky, John Carroll Lynch’s directorial debut, alongside Harry Dean Stanton. Lynch's role is currently unknown — how very fitting — but the film follows "the spiritual journey of a ... More »

Oticon Opn is a hearing aid with IoT capability

Hearing aids are said to be crucial and an essential medical device for those who would like to live a life as normally as possible even when one’s listening senses are starting to become dull. Having said that, the consumer electronics...Show More Summary

11 Questions People Who Are Hard Of Hearing Should Ask Prior To Staying In A Hospital

Being a patient with a hearing loss does not have to be frightening but preparation is needed. It is important to contact the hospital as far in advance as possible to discuss and request aids or services that may be needed. Hospitals...Show More Summary

Want Hearing Aids? Too Expensive? Read On.

What's the Number One reason people say they don't wear hearing aids? Cost. A single hearing aid costs between $3000 and $4000 and most people with age- or noise-related hearing loss need two. Medicare does not cover hearing aids -- even for people who are profoundly deaf -- nor do most private insurance plans. Show More Summary

Oticon’s Internet-Connected Smart Hearing Aids

Oticon, one of the most innovative companies in the hearing aid business, has unveiled what it describes as “the world’s first internet connected hearing aid.” What that means is that smart devices around the house, such as thermometers, electronic locks, and smoke detectors, can be made to talk with the new Oticon OPN hearing aids. Show More Summary

Internet of Things-Connected Hearing Aid Opn Is a Step in the Right Direction

by Angela Guess David Meyer reports in Fortune, “One of the world’s biggest hearing aid manufacturers, Denmark’s Oticon, has introduced a new hearing aid called Opn that it says is the first of its kind to be part of the ‘Internet of...Show More Summary

Mom's Voice Sparks Dance Party For Toddler With New Hearing Aids

To celebrate his new hearing aids, one toddler busted out some cute moves. According to ABC News, doctors determined that 2-year-old Kaiden Orantes has been experiencing progressive hearing loss and prepared the toddler to receive hearing aids. Show More Summary

Your summer TV binge list includes 'Game of Thrones,' 'Outlander,' and some modern classics

Life in the digital age means it’s never too late to catch up on all those shows you’ve been hearing so much about, and there’s no better time than summer. To aid in this endeavor, I have compiled a shortlist, which is (a) completely, and even randomly, subjective, and (b) specific to the notion...

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