Don’t Buy the Hype: Wind Turbines Do Not Impact Human Health

Editor’s Note: Today’s post, by Gabe Elsner, is in response to the 3-part series on the Adverse Health Effects of Wind Turbines, by Jerry Punch, Ph.D. & Richard James, INCE, BME. Mr. Elsner was invited to share his opposing views on the controversial subject of the health impact from industrial wind turbines.{{1}}[[1]]Punch & James provide…

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Have Audiologists Abdicated Their Primary Rehabilitation Role?

Author’s Note: My earlier 2 part blog has now been out for over two months. The majority of the responses I received have been favorable and largely supportive. I feel it is now appropriate for me to respond.   By Maurice H. Miller, Ph.D. Dr. Kevin Liebe, audiologist and editor of this blog, stated to me…

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Inspiring people with hearing loss to get help

By Peter Slobin, M.Sc. How do we inspire someone with a hearing loss to get help? As a hearing care professional, I often ask myself this question. It’s been estimated that only about one in three people who need hearing aids today actually get them. Sadly, for many people, good hearing health is not a…

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Time for Audiologists to Change Their Language?

By Kevin M. Liebe My fellow editor Gael Hannan, at the Better Hearing Consumer, recently published a fantastic post entitled: How to Tell Your Mother (She Has Hearing Loss). The post begins with a conversation between a mother and a daughter, in which the daughter tries to convince her mom that it’s time for her…

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