07 
Jun

Say What? Oticon Study Reveals Which Top Foodie Cities Have the Noisiest Restaurants

One of the world’s largest hearing aid manufacturers raises awareness of the “restaurant dilemma” with new study on noisy restaurants in 10 key American foodie cities

 
SOMERSET, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–If you think restaurants are getting noisier, you’re right. New industrial…

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Published Date:7th June 2018

 


 

03 
May

Rock singer Roger Daltrey advises concert goers to wear hearing protection.

Rock star and lead singer of The Who, Roger Daltrey is, he says, “very, very deaf”.

The Who is one of the world’s most famous and legendary rock bands. The Who started back in the mid 60’s. They were famous for playing very, very loud concerts.

Not the only Who-member

It is…

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Published Date:3rd May 2018

 


 

18 
Apr

Huey Lewis and the News Cancel 2018 Shows Due to Singer’s Hearing Loss

Huey Lewis and the News cancelled all of their 2018 tour dates after the singer revealed Friday that he is suffering from Meniere’s disease, an inner ear disorder.

“Two and a half months ago, just before a show in Dallas, I lost most of my hearing,” Lewis said…

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Published Date:18th April 2018

 


 

12 
Apr

Bruce Springsteen Becomes Ambassador for Conscious Hearing

The Hear the World Foundation, a Swiss charitable foundation that supports people in need, and particularly children, with hearing loss, is thrilled to welcome Bruce Springsteen among its ambassadors. The new ambassador for conscious hearing supports the non-profit’s hearing loss prevention campaign.

Bruce Springsteen’s recording career spans over 40…

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Published Date:12th April 2018

 


 

29 
Mar

The Importance of Hearing Protection

Musician Wins Landmark Ruling over Ruined Hearing

A viola player who suffered a life-changing hearing injury at a rehearsal of Wagner’s Die Walkure in 2012 has won a landmark High Court judgment against the Royal Opera House (ROH).

The case won by Chris Goldscheider has huge implications for the industry…

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Published Date:29th March 2018

 


 

29 
Jan

London Underground Noise Could Damage Hearing

Parts of London Underground are “loud enough to damage people’s hearing”, the BBC has been told.

An academic says the Victoria Line service is on average the loudest while other noisy sections of the Tube equate to “being at a rock concert”.

Parts of the Northern and Jubilee lines are…

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Published Date:29th January 2018

 


 

25 
Oct

Take sudden hearing loss seriously sooner rather than later

Carly Sygrove got a sudden hearing loss in her left ear, which means that today she has no functional hearing in that ear.

 

In August 2016, Carly Sygrove experienced a sudden hearing loss. Unfortunately, she didn’t make an appointment to see her doctor…

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Published Date:25th October 2017

 


 

09 
Oct

New Product Release from Phonak

Phonak Direct

We’ve all experienced it: you’re in a noisy restaurant and your mobile phone rings. You frantically dig in your pocket or bag desperately looking for your phone. One solution would be simply to ignore the call but what if it’s important? Even if you wear hearing aids, using a…

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Published Date:9th October 2017

 


 

25 
Aug

Game-changing Bluetooth Hearing Aid from Phonak

Phonak to Release a Game-Changing Bluetooth Hearing Aid That Connects Directly to Any Cell Phone and TV, Based on a Revolutionary New Chip Technology

At The Eastbourne Hearing Centre, we’re eagerly awaiting the arrival of Audéo B-Direct. Due out early September, this is…

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Published Date:25th August 2017

 


 

20 
Jul

Nine lifestyle changes can reduce dementia risk, study says

One in three cases of dementia could be prevented if more people looked after their brain health throughout life, according to an international study in the Lancet.

 

It lists nine key risk factors including lack of education, hearing loss, smoking and physical inactivity.

The study is being presented at the Alzheimer’s…

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Published Date:20th July 2017