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By New England Walk4Hearing and Office to Octagon
Daniel Michel, Affected by Hearing Loss, Receives Support from Hearing Loss Community as he Continues Pursuit of Mixed Martial Arts Aspirations
By Waukesha County Federated Library System
People who use hearing aids with a t-coil switch are now finding public libraries in Waukesha County easier to use.
By Honeywell Safety Products
Free hearing conservation seminars to help prevent noise-induced hearing loss in the workplace are scheduled for June around the U.S. and Canada — hosted by hearing conservation experts from Honeywell (NYSE: HON).
By Waukesha County Federated Library System
Wear hearing aids? Want to improve accessibility in your facility? Join us for a hearing loop demonstration & community meeting on Monday, June 9 at 1pm at the Waukesha Civic Theatre
By Estes Audiology
Made for iPhone Hearing Aid Brings Personalized Hearing to Millions
By Valpak of Kentucky
Zounds Hearing Aids in Jeffersonville, IN is now working with Valpak of Kentucky to distribute their money saving coupons through direct mail and Valpak's online and mobile platform
By Estes Audiology
Leading Central Texas Hearing Healthcare Provider and HAAM Supporter Will Be Centrally Located
By Cochlear Americas
From health, to work, to home-life and more, people who seek solutions and treatment for hearing loss have everything to gain
By Behind the Shadows
Dr. Dominick Servedio discusses the causes of and treatments for hearing loss.
By Zounds
Products feature near-elimination of background noise and no batteries
CAOHC welcomes a new Council member to fulfill the role of the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS).
By Delicious Buzz
Hearing loss is a major public health issue that is the third most common physical condition after arthritis and heart disease.
By Sound Relief Hearing Center
Sound Relief Hearing Center’s Dr. Julie Prutsman Outlines the State of Hunter Hearing Health and Ways To Prevent Hearing Loss
By Delicious Buzz
Surprisingly, the most common way to die after age 65 is to fall down, According to the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS).
By Strategic Book Group
Marilyn C. Rose's Touching Children’s Book Explains Hearing Loss … and Gain!
By Sound Relief Hearing Center
Sound Relief Hearing Center’s Dr. Julie Prutsman Addresses Hearing Issues Among School-Aged Children
By DPA Communications
American Idol Finalist Angie Miller Leads Hundreds of New Englanders as they Converge on Artesani Park in Brighton – Sunday, October 27, 2013 – for 5K Walk to Bring Attention to the Thirty-six million Americans Affected by Hearing Loss
The Institute for Safety and Health Management (ISHM) encourages nominations for the Safe-in-Sound Excellence in Hearing Loss Prevention Awards.
By Strategic Book Group
"Kylie Gets a Cochlear Implant" is a heartwarming story written by a teacher who works with deaf children. Kylie’s story shows insight into what these brave children face every day.
By Reachout
: In a  country, 5 out of every 1000 babies are born with hearing loss. It is a most common congenital defect. Despite the alarming situation, newborns are rarely tested for hearing loss, and most parents are unaware of the need for it.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
At least half of all cases of deafness that develop from birth through infancy in developed countries have a genetic basis, as do many cases of later onset progressive hearing loss.
By Sound Relief Hearing Center
Sound Relief Hearing Center’s Dr. Julie Provides 5 Tips to Protect Your Hearing During the Noisiest Season
By 4 Ears, 4 Eyes
Frustrated due to someone’s hearing loss? Imagine being on the other side of the hearing aid.
By Sound Relief Hearing Center
Tinnitus Expert Dr. Julie Prutsman to Expand Practice With Second Colorado Location
By The Hearing Company
More than 360 million people around the world suffer from debilitating hearing loss, and less than a quarter are seeking the help that they need. These are the findings of a recent report by the World Health Organisation.
By Foothill 7 Television
Marshall Medical has launched a new program on El Dorado County Foothill 7 Television. This informative program looks at hearing loss and modern correction methods through the personal story of local realtor Janet Tempel.
By Assistech Special Needs
The first high-tech, easy-to-use talking watch with a single button, dual voice, and other features for individuals who are blind or visually impaired
By hear me now
Olympic and World Cup Alpine skier, Julie Parisien will set the pace for the 11th annual Break the Sound Barrier ski race at Shawnee Peak on Sunday, March 3, 2013. Proceeds benefit hear ME now, Maine’s leading auditory oral education center.
By Dillawn & Clark Public Relations
Donation Marks 7th Year in a Row that Estes Audiology Has Donated Hearing Aids to Worthy Central Texas Residents
By Hear ME Now!
Start waxing your skis for the 11th annual 'Breaking the Sound Barrier' ski race at Shawnee Peak (Auburn, ME).

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