Baby boomers are tech-savvy – and catching up.
We all know that PSAPs aren’t hearing aids - but do your customers? The cheap price tag of Personal Sound Amplification Devices (PSAPs) is enticing to many people with hearing loss, but the devices themselves could damage hearing.
The baby boomers are getting older, which means that they are increasingly in need of hearing aids.
What is actually going on in the brain of tinnitus sufferers? little is known about the role the brain plays in tinnitus.
Single Sided Deafness (SSD), or significant hearing loss in one ear, affects 60,000 people each year in the United States alone.
Joe Kittinger is known by many as being the first person to jump from the earth’s stratosphere. What is however little known is his noise-induced hearing loss.
Why do hearing aids sometimes use up batteries so quickly and how can they be more efficient? It’s probably a conversation you have often with clients.
How does constant noise exposure affect the hearing for airline personnel?
The number of well-researched clients has been growing lately. Learn why they can either be your biggest nightmare or your best friend.