• Some Suggestions from Dr. Brian C. Moore
    Posted by Marshall Chasin on November 30, 2016 at 1:53 AM

    Brian C Moore, PhD from Cambridge in the UK recently had a paper published in the International Journal of Audiology (IJA) with the title “A review of the perceptual effects of hearing loss for frequencies above 3kHz”. The IJA is the official journal of the […]

  • How Stiffness and Mass Impact the Audiogram
    Posted by Wayne Staab on December 6, 2016 at 7:00 PM

    A number of years ago, an article was published describing the importance of the impedance formula in interpretation of audiograms1.  The article by Campbell offered a fairly simple and visible way to help understand the audiogram, based on stiffness and mass, and the […]

  • Ho, Ho, Ho, I’m a HoH! Surviving the Hearing Holidays
    Posted by Gael Hannan on December 5, 2016 at 10:17 PM

    Q:  At the start of every holiday season, what’s more common than cookie recipes and decorating ideas? A:  Articles on how to survive the holiday season! They fall like snowflakes on social media, these survival-blogs that offer advice on coping with the […]

  • Meniere’s Update – Finale
    Posted by Alan Desmond on November 29, 2016 at 3:10 PM

      A Shotgun Approach to Treatment As we have reviewed Meniere’s disease treatments over the last several weeks, it is clear that there is not consensus on the proper, most effective treatment. There is also no consensus on the cause of Meniere’s type […]

  • Magic Mirror On the Wall…
    Posted by Holly Hosford-Dunn on November 29, 2016 at 12:00 PM

    Amyn Amlani, PhD, has co-written the 2016 Pricing Update series in Hearing Economics.  Today’s post concludes the series for this year.  In the 1937 Disney classic movie, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the Evil Queen stands in front of a mirror and […]

  • Hidden Hearing Loss
    Posted by Robert Traynor on November 28, 2016 at 4:18 PM

    Each day we all experience sound in the environment.  Many of these sounds are low intensity, satisfying, and others are the mundane sounds of life, such as television, radio, household appliances, cars running, traffic, etc.  [... […]

  • Let’s Talk About Scoring Tests
    Posted by Jane Madell on November 29, 2016 at 8:27 PM

    The way tests are scored is what determines whether kids are eligible for services from school districts. So I think we really need to think about how tests are scored. When tests are standardized, results are considered “within normal limits” or […]

  • Diabetes and Hearing Loss
    Posted by HHTM on November 29, 2016 at 12:00 PM

    Heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and hearing loss are health risks each of us face.  As we are all aware, those risks increase with every year we manage to stay alive.  Now, and perhaps not surprisingly, research is finding that some of those risks are […]

  • Market Trends: The Charge of Recharge
    Posted by HHTM on November 30, 2016 at 3:00 AM

    By Leendert van der Ent, Audiology Infos The Netherlands   Rechargeable batteries for hearing aids have been around for some time. Until recently they were a footnote in hearing aid history. That is now about to change. Now the milestone of a full day of […]

  • Classrooms, noise and auditory processing disorders
    Posted by Pathways on November 2, 2016 at 4:00 PM

    Mridula Sharma 1,2 Associate Professor  1Department of Linguistics, Australian Hearing Hub, 16 University Avenue, Macquarie University New South Wales 2109, Australia 2The HEARing CRC, 550 Swanston Street, Audiology, Hearing and Speech Sciences, The University of […]

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