Parasitic flies inspire potential revolution in hearing aids

Parasitic flies inspire potential revolution in hearing aids
The lifecycle of yellow Ormia flies, whose larvae burrow into crickets and eat them alive, has inspired the design of a new hearing aid able to help wearers identify the location of sounds. A group from the University of Strathclyde and the MRC/CSO …
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Grandmother is all ears with new hearing aid
Advocate photos by C. J. FUTCH — Kyla Saldivar with Hearing Health Care in Baton Rouge shows Adair Dunn, 82, how to insert her new hearing aid in a mirror while her daughters, Sandy Sanders, in pink, and Dana Territo look on. Advocate photos by C. J. …
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New hearing aids can be controlled by smartphones
New hearing aids can be controlled by smartphones. A new type of hearing aid allows customers to control their hearing preferences through their smartphones. Amanda Webster — The Register Citizen. By Amanda Webster, The Register Citizen.
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