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Apple Releases Data From Hearing Study, Offering New Insights Into Hearing Health

CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA — The Apple Hearing Study is sharing new data from thousands of participants across the US in an effort to help people better understand their hearing health. The Apple Hearing Study is one of the studies launched within the Research app that are helping democratize how medical research is conducted by giving Apple…

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Hearing Industries Association Sends Letter to Florida Legislators Opposing SB 700 Bill Amendment

Last week, the Hearing Industries Association (HIA) sent a letter to Florida state legislators about the SB 700 telehealth bill. An amendment to the bill (#302884) is said to expand telehealth in the state and make direct mail hearing aids available to adults in Florida.  Amending the current laws surrounding hearing aid distribution in Florida…

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Phonak Partners With Non-Profits To Change Kids’ Lives Through Better Hearing With New Hearing Aids

Joseph Brisco from Hastings, MI, was recently fitted with premium Phonak Sky Marvel hearing aids at no cost to his family through HearStrong and Lemon(aids) 4 Hearing Aids partnership. In addition to providing hearing aids to the deserving boy, Phonak is also sponsoring the HearStrong Foundation so that children like Joseph can continue to receive…

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Oticon Joins in International Celebration of World Hearing Day “Hearing Care for All”

SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY – On World Hearing Day, March 3, Oticon joins with the World Health Organization (WHO) in a global call for action to address hearing loss that underlines the importance of hearing health throughout a lifetime. The international health advocacy organization’s annual spotlight on hearing loss delivers powerful messages to policy makers and…

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Plural Publishing Announces Release of Evaluating and Conducting Research in Audiology

BEAUMONT, TEXAS – The Lamar University Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences is pleased to announce the publication of Evaluating and Conducting Research in Audiology written in part by Vinaya Manchaiah, Jo Mayo Endowed Professor, and Eldre Beukes, post-doctoral researcher in the department along with Ross Roeser, a Howard B. and Lois C. Wolf Professor…

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Zoom to Make Live Captioning Free for People with Hearing Loss

The popular video conferencing platform, Zoom, announced this week that it will be making the automatic closed captioning option available for free accounts.  Hearing health advocates have hailed the announcement, which likely wouldn’t have taken place if not for the tireless efforts of people like HHTM Editor, Shari Eberts, who started a petition in April…

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Frequency Therapeutics Sponsors Student Education at Future of Hearing Healthcare Conference

Frequency Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: FREQ), a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on harnessing the body’s innate biology to repair or reverse damage caused by a broad range of degenerative diseases, has announced its sponsorship of the Future of Hearing Healthcare Conference, which will allow 55 audiology graduate students to attend the event at no cost. The…

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Researchers Develop First 3D Sound Frequency Map of Inner Ear Using Advanced X-Ray Technology

Researchers at Uppsala University have created the first 3D map of the hearing nerve showing where the various sound frequencies are captured. Using what is known as synchrotron X-ray imaging, they were able to trace the fine nerve threads and the vibrating auditory organ, the cochlea, and find out exactly how the frequencies of incoming…

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Frequency Therapeutics Announces Publication of Phase 1/2 Data of FX-322 in Acquired Sensorineural Hearing Loss

WOBURN, MASSACHUSSETTS – Frequency Therapeutics, Inc. (Nasdaq: FREQ), a clinical stage biotechnology company focused on harnessing the body’s innate biology to repair or reverse damage caused by a broad range of degenerative diseases, today announced the publication of its FX-322 Phase 1/2 study results in Otology & Neurotology, a leading peer reviewed journal focused on…

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