How Hearing Aid Technology Has Evolved in Society, and Why — Part I

Editor’s Note:  Hearing Health and Technology Matters is pleased to bring our readers a series of posts utilizing a multidimensional approach to How Hearing Aid Technology Has Evolved in Society, and Why. This is a unique perspective from that traditionally presented, coming from individuals having no previous contact with the hearing aid industry, audiology, or having…

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You Say Hello, We Say Goodbye

Hello! “Curiosity is insubordination in its purest form.” Vladimir Nabokov The Hearing Health section is embarking on an exciting  path in coming weeks, with the introduction of a new series entitled Hearing Health Disruptions, edited and curated by famed composer and hearing consumer advocate Richard Einhorn.  Mr. Einhorn is the only editor at HHTM who rates…

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Winning the War Against Hearing Loss, Part 5: Frequency Compression and Dead Zones

The 10 articles in this continuing series entitled “Winning the War Against Hearing Loss” discuss miracles of modern audiology. So far, I have discussed Kim, whose hearing aids enabled her to go back to work in the high-level noise of a bar, and David, a real estate broker, who has overcome his problems using a…

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Winning the War Against Hearing Loss: Part 1 of 10

What a world! The nightly news programs hammer us with an endless stream of ugliness. But, for all the bad news that is reported, I believe there is an equal amount of good news, even if not all of it gets into the media. The good news often tells the stories of medical miracles: People…

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