few words about hearing loss

Powerful Video By Emmy-winning Hollywood Studio Addresses Rising Hearing Loss

NEW YORK, NEW YORK — Marking October’s National Protect Your Hearing Month, Hearing Health Foundation is releasing the first of a new video series called “A Few Words About Hearing” that captures the stories of nine people—from all walks of life—who describe what it’s like to live with hearing damaged by loud noise. Watch it…

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hearing loss campaign

HHF Launches New Hearing Loss Prevention Campaign in Major US Cities and Online

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK — Hearing Health Foundation (HHF), the nation’s largest nonprofit funder of hearing research, is launching a visually provocative public health ad campaign on Tues., June 22 that will greet transit commuters in New York, San Francisco, and Chicago to drive the message—especially to young people—that playing music too loud on personal listening devices can permanently damage their hearing. …

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hearing restoration project

Hearing Health Foundation Appoints Dr. Lisa Goodrich as Scientific Director of Hearing Restoration Project

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK — Hearing Health Foundation (HHF), the largest nonprofit funder of hearing and balance research in the U.S., announced today the appointment of Lisa Goodrich, Ph.D., of Harvard Medical School to the role of Scientific Director of the Hearing Restoration Project (HRP). The HRP is an international consortium of top researchers dedicated…

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New web site on tinnitus

NEW YORK–The Hearing Health Foundation has launched a web site focusing on tinnitus. There, people who have the condition as well as healthcare professionals can learn more about tinnitus, which chronically affects 5% to 10% of the U.S. adult population. The site discusses the causes of tinnitus and explains the various treatments available to people…

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