Archive of: Hearing Aids

  • New Technology and Design in Today's Smarter Hearing Aids

    Posted on October 03 2019


    Here in 2019, hearing aids have come a long way from those your father or your grandmother wore. Both the field of medicine and that of consumer electronics have advanced and, to a certain extent, intersected, to provide new technologies and designs that are more effective and more aesthetically appealing. The newest hearing aids are 'smarter,' utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) in their design as well as 'smarter' to look at.

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  • A Rundown Of The Bose Hearing Aid

    Posted on August 15 2019


    More details about the anticipated Bose Hearing Aid have arrived. It is the first FDA-approved hearing aid in the category of "self-fitting air-conduction hearing aids."

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  • Hearing Aid Styles

    Posted on May 31 2019


    Those suffering from hearing loss often would like to get hearing aids, but, at the same time, they may be worried about how these devices will look on them. Fortunately, hearing aids come in a variety of styles that will suit just about anyone.

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  • Top Features of Hearing Aids Plus Some Helpful Purchasing Tips

    Posted on May 23 2019


    The technology featured in today’s modern hearing aid devices enables wearers to hear clearer sounds. Many require less maintenance and feature a longer life span then those hearing aids made long ago. If you're experiencing hearing loss, you can make an informed buying decision when it comes to selecting a hearing aid. Start by taking a few moments to review the top features of hearing aids as well as some purchasing tips.

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  • How to Prevent Hearing Loss?

    Posted on April 20 2019


    Loss of hearing may relate to any impairment of the hearing organ components. The ear technically has three parts, but the nervous system needs to be considered as a factor as well, because it connects the hearing apparatus to the brain where we perceive sound and understand its meaning.

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  • What is sensorineural hearing loss?

    Posted on April 10 2019


    Sensorineural hearing loss was once known as "nerve deafness." But science now knows that usually the problem occurs not from a damaged hearing nerve but from a problem in the inner ear. Still, doctors often group the problems together, because of the connection between the hearing nerve and the inner ear, and the fact that the two must function in coordination with each other.

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