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


HEARING NEWS WATCH

BETTER HEARING CONSUMER

  • Me vs. The Mask: A Pandemic Hearing Problem

    As we crawl our way through this global pandemic, I understand the need for masks. But that doesn’t mean I have to like them.  People with hearing loss are not good at masked communication because it cuts off the […]

HEARING INTERNATIONAL

  • COVID-19, How Do I Save My Practice?

    While COVID-19 is a serious disruption of clinical income, there have been many storms before and there will be many more after this one. This is not total disaster, especially for an established practice. During the week of […]

INNOVATIONS IN HEARING HEALTHCARE

HEARING ECONOMICS

  • US Ear Device Patents for February 2020

    Thanks, Pearl Jam Even from casual observation of our hearing behavior most of us connect the presence of two ears with our ability to locate sounds. (Schubert, 1980)1 We take our  two-ear arrangement for granted, which […]

HEARING TECHNOLOGIES

HEAR IN PRIVATE PRACTICE

HEARING AND KIDS

DIZZINESS DEPOT

HEAR THE MUSIC

  • THE PROBLEM WITH FREQUENCY TRANSPOSITION AND MUSIC

    Introduction: Frequency transposition, frequency shifting, and frequency compression are all terms that refer to algorithms that lower the frequency above a certain start point using either a linear or a non-linear […]

THE AUDIOLOGY CONDITION

  • Tinnitus – How you can help its sufferers

    It is an awful and distressing thing to observe a loved one suffer from tinnitus.  It debilitates the sufferer and ultimately renders the observer powerless. Here we talk about the various ways in which we can support […]

PATHWAYS

WAYNE’S WORLD ARCHIVE

  • The Loudest Sound

    How loud can sound get?  Could loud sound kill you?  Are there limits, and if so, what are they?  How are such things determined?  All of these are interesting questions and an attempt will be made to […]

JOURNAL RESEARCH POSTERS

The Journal at HHTMThe Journal offers free access to audiology and neuroaudiology research posters, a service underwritten by Etymotic Research.