Hearing Health & Technology Matters

Timely information and lively insights for everyone who cares about hearing loss.

  • OMG – 64 Years of Hearing Loss!
    by Gael Hannan on March 12, 2018 at 6:05 PM

    The other morning, I woke up and thought, today’s my birthday. I’m 64. How in the world did this happen to me? How can this be?! It seems I’ve only just started feeling like an adult, and all of a […]

  • Navigating the Road Ahead, Part 1
    by HHTM on March 6, 2018 at 9:18 PM

    Editor’s Note: There is a common aphorism among Silicon Valley technophiles that they need to move fast and break things. For years, this has long been Facebook’s mantra, and it’s a refrain that embodies […]

  • Home Use of Remote Microphones
    by Jane Madell on March 6, 2018 at 8:29 PM

    There is a lot of discussion in pediatric audiology about when to start using remote microphone systems for little ones with hearing loss. The opinions vary from shortly after we fit them with hearing aids (mine) to not […]

  • Olympic Skaters and Dizziness
    by Alan Desmond on February 24, 2018 at 3:00 PM

    Although I struggle to understand or be entertained by many of the events in the Winter Olympics, I can appreciate the dedication and athleticism required to compete in some of them. I grew up in New England where I […]

  • The Hidden Hearing Loss Controversy
    by Marshall Chasin on February 16, 2018 at 1:43 AM

    Hidden hearing loss, also known as “cochlear synaptopathy”, is a phrase used to refer to neural dysfunction where there is still good cochlear (or sensory) function.  It is the sensory function that […]

  • Hearables – Wearables – Earables?
    by HHTM on March 2, 2018 at 5:05 PM

    Ah – Nothing like a neologism Hearing Aids, Hearables, Wearables, Earables – Evolving, But in Which Direction? New product trends related to devices at the ear have taken up some rather interesting names – […]


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