Audiology Newswire (Page 9)

Audiology Newswire (Page 9)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Audiology. (Page 9)

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  1. Exclusive: ProSounds H2P - Got Ears?Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Guns Magazine

    Every now and again I see someone at my local range with a 9mm cartridge in each ear - a little backcountry hearing protection when you "don't have your ears," I guess. And of course there are plenty of shooters using ear muffs purchased at the local hardware store - in 1982.

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  2. Deaf Aid Market (Hearing Aid) Size and Forecasts for 2016-2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | PR Newswire

    The report titled "Global Deaf/Hearing Aid Market: Size, trends and Forecasts ", provides an in-depth analysis of the global hearing / deaf aid market by volume, by segments, by competitors, by region, etc. The report also provides an insight of the hearing impairment treatment market.

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  3. Rutherford 'risks hearing loss'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Sky Sports

    Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford has claimed he is risking permanent hearing loss in his left ear by continuing to compete. The 29-year-old revealed the whiplash injury he suffered in his last competition - the Birmingham Diamond League a month ago - had caused a severe inner ear condition.

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  4. Look Who Won a GrammyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | BYU Magazine

    Former BYU professor Harvey Fletcher, known as the father of stereophonic sound, received a posthumous Technical Grammy Award for his contributions to the industry. Photo courtesy L. Tom Perry Special Collections UA 947 B 15. Still, on April 23, Fletcher received a posthumous Technical Grammy Award, joining the ranks of other scientific and sound gurus, like Thomas Edison and Les Paul, recognized for their contributions to the recording industry.

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  5. A Fluorescent Protein From Japanese Eel Muscles Used to Detect Bilirubin in NewbornsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Newswise

    A research group led by Project Professor Morioka Ichiro and Assistant Professor Iwatani Sota in collaboration with Doctor Miyawaki Atsushi have clinically proven that a fluorescent protein sourced from Japanese eel muscles can be used to accurately detect unconjugated bilirubin in newborns. This detection method is ideal for newborn patients who can only give limited blood samples, and could revolutionize ways of monitoring jaundice in newborn infants.

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  6. Fluorescent eel protein used to detect bilirubin in newbornsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Science Blog

    A research group led by Project Professor Morioka Ichiro and Assistant Professor Iwatani Sota in collaboration with Doctor Miyawaki Atsushi have clinically proven that a fluorescent protein sourced from Japanese eel muscles can be used to accurately detect unconjugated bilirubin in newborns. This detection method is ideal for newborn patients who can only give limited blood samples, and could revolutionize ways of monitoring jaundice in newborn infants.

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  7. A roundup of the hilarious, terrible, wonderful art of 4th of July fireworks packagingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Boing Boing

    Every July 4, Cabel Sasser photographs the artwork used to sell that year's crop of Independence Day fireworks, which are a graphic design sub-genre that reflects pop culture sensibilities and the national mood. This is probably Sasser's last year doing so, though, as Vancouver, Washington has banned personal fireworks, starting next year.

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  8. Study suggests loss of hearing can affect healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 5 | University of British Columbia

    The Kelowna Daily Courier featured work by UBCO surgery researchers which focused on how hearing loss impacts the lives of seniors. Researchers found that for every 10-decibel drop in hearing sensitivity, the odds of social isolation went up by 52 per cent.

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  9. Your Brain On SoundRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | WNYC-AM New York

    A young boy gets an EEG to measure his brain's response to sound at the Auditory Neuroscience Lab at Northwestern University. When Rose* was growing up, she knew something wasn't quite right about how she heard the world.

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  10. Hearing-aid help at handRead the original story

    May 7, 2016 | Lisburn Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Action on Hearing Loss will be holding its Hear to Help Support Session for those with NHS hearing-aids in Lisburn Health Centre on Wednesday July 6, from 2 - 4pm.

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  11. Special report: Big bang problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | WAPT-TV Jackson

    Setting off firecrackers on the Fourth of July is a tradition tonight. For a lot of families, we love the lights, the boom, but as doctors and military say that loud sound could do more damage than you think.

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  12. Deaf teacher's quest for armed service inspires studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | The Daily Republic

    FREDERICK, Md. - Four teens in camouflage fatigues march briskly around a brick plaza at the Maryland School for the Deaf, silently marking their cadence in American Sign Language: "Left!" "Left!" These members of the school's Cadet Corps aspire to military service, but their path is blocked.

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  13. Neighbors for Clean Water aims to reduce pollution at Saturday on the Sound eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 25 | The Island Packet

    Debby Way, Education Specialist with Neighbors for Clean Water, describes on Saturday, June 25, 2016, the "Enviroscape" an educational model used to show how non-point source pollution can make its way into a watershed. Neighbors for Clean Water is part of the Beaufort Soil and Water Conservation District, it was one of the exhibitors at the Port Royal Sound Foundation Maritime Centers Saturday on the Sound event.

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  14. The Medical Minute: Disease Causes Tumors to Form on Nerve TissueRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 25 | GantDaily.com

    "Neurofibromatosis is a group of genetic disorders that predispose people to various kinds of tumors," said Dr. Kimberly Harbaugh , chief of peripheral nerve surgery at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center . The mostly benign tumors are located in the skin, along the nerves and spinal cord and in the brain.

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  15. Mom encourages parents their hearing-impaired children 'can have everything'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Martinsville Bulletin

    "Signing Time!" creator Rachel Coleman tells her story to parents at Virginia Heights Elementary School on Friday evening.

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  16. Lightning safety campaign targets deaf and hard of hearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | KXAN-TV Austin

    The National Weather Service is rolling out a new national campaign that caters to the deaf and hard of hearing community. For years, the slogan "When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors" has been the major campaign.

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  17. At 100, Gulfport woman is still...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg

    "No matter how long you're here, there's something to learn," said Ruthie Swim, who turned 100-years-old in mid-June. "The number you put on yourself is not important.

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  18. Security SupervisorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Employment News

    TriCom Security provides security services to private and public sector clients across Canada. We provide security services with a focus on customer service.

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  19. Oticon's Internet-Connected Smart Hearing AidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 24 | Medgadget

    Oticon , one of the most innovative companies in the hearing aid business, has unveiled what it describes as "the world's first internet connected hearing aid." What that means is that smart devices around the house, such as thermometers, electronic locks, and smoke detectors, can be made to talk with the new Oticon OPN hearing aids.

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  20. Fynes Audiology Now Offering Widex ZEN Therapy for TinnitusRead the original story

    Friday Jun 24 | Freshnews

    Fynes Audiology , the Mesa and Phoenix, Arizona area practice of audiologists Cassandra M. Fynes and Roger Knighton, announced that it is now offering Widex ZEN therapy for the treatment of tinnitus. Tinnitus most often manifests itself as a ringing in the ears.

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