Brighter is better for hearing aid 'jewellery'

Brighter is better for hearing aid 'jewellery'
Devices to assist with deafness have been developed over centuries and have continually become slimmer and less noticeable. However, there is an increasing demand for hearing aid adornments and jewellery styled devices to help make a disability that is …
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Many Staten Islanders who could benefit from hearing aids don't have them
If a person puts off getting a hearing aid for too many years, his or her brain may not be able to process the sound signals it receives from the devices, which is called auditory deprivation. Dr. Haimed recommends people over the age of 50 get their …

Medical Device Helps Audiologists Improve Hearing Aid Performance, Increase
RALEIGH, N.C., Sep 18, 2012 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) — An audiologist at the practice, Now Hear This is the first in the US to use a device that greatly improves the performance of hearing aids, an important wide-spread need of 38 million people in …
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