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Resound's Binaural Directionality III

The differences and similarities between sounds arriving at each ear can be used to enhance or suppress environmental sounds at will, and lets us easily shift our attention among these sounds.

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Hearing Loss Expected to Double in Future Decades

Hearing loss is a major public health issue independently associated with higher health care costs, accelerated cognitive decline, and poorer physical functioning.

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Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids

If you’re in the market for hearing aids, you’ve probably heard a lot of buzz about over-the-counter options, also known as personal sound amplification devices (PSAPs).

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Online Hearing Tests

If you think you are having trouble hearing and have taken our online hearing test but want a second opinion, try one of these easy to use online hearing tests.

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Studies Negate Hearing Loss when Assessing Communication with Doctors

There have been times when my loved ones have attended doctors appointments and had no idea what the doctor's advice or diagnosis was once the appointment was over.

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Gorilla Tested for Hearing Loss

Nemours specialists help Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens diagnose a gorilla with hearing problems.

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Iron Deficiency and Hearing Loss

The New York Times has recently reported that "Iron deficiency anemia may be linked to hearing loss, new research has found."

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Damaged Hair Cells = Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is the third most common chronic health condition in the US. Almost twice as many people report hearing loss as report diabetes or cancer.

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Your Life is Full of Sounds!

Your life is full of sounds...but are you hearing them?

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CDC Launches Hearing Loss Campaign

As part of its monthly Vital Signs awareness campaign, on February 7, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control unveiled its newest topic--hearing loss prevention. 

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