5 min ago | TCPalm
In the last five years, hearing aid technology has extremely advanced. Most manufacturers are moving to advanced wireless technology.
4 hrs ago | WIS-TV Columbia
Go stand on a sidewalk and pay attention to the sounds. Traffic going by, people walking, birds chirping, brakes squealing.
8 hrs ago | Melrose Beacon
For Sharon, Kevin and Jeff, who attended the Minnesota School for the Deaf in Faribault, now called the Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf, few words were spoken.
9 hrs ago | The Courier-Journal
He is looking for a calmer indoor home where he can relax and join in on the fun.
Mice injected with a newly identified chemical improved their performance on several simple memory tests, a finding that could help scientists better understand a host of human memory disorders associated with brain diseases and aging, according to researchers at UCSF.
The maker of software for audiologists was 2007's fastest-growing private company, posting three-year growth of 730 percent, and had revenue of $5 million and 17 employees in 2007.
The man who identified the quietest place in the Lower 48 - dubbed the "One Square Inch of Silence" - is going deaf.
British paracyclist Tom Staniford has discovered he is one of just eight people in the world with a rare syndrome.
The Palmerston resident was one of the few people with hearing problems to have a cochlear implant fitted in the Territory.
National Paracycling Champion Tom Staniford has an extremely rare condition which, until now, has puzzled his doctors.
Hearing loss is the third most common physical condition after heart disease and arthritis.
In August 2011, a group of dogs running loose in a Cocke County neighborhood mauled a 10-year-old boy.
Obese adolescents are more likely than their normal-weight counterparts to have hearing loss, according to results of a new study.
Earlier this year, a Kickstarter campaign for a documentary film called "In Pursuit of Silence" raised $35,371, exceeding its goal in just a few weeks.
Australian scientists have claimed to have discovered how a genetic mutation causes people to lose their hearing in their early twenties.
Marwood Thomas Braund, the chief executive of Hearing Concern has received an Member of the Order of the British Empire from The Queen.