The Neuroscience and Treatment of Tinnitus​

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The Neuroscience and Treatment of Tinnitus Henton, Amanda; Tzounopoulos, Thanos PhD The Hearing Journal: June 2021 – Volume 74 – Issue 6 – p 16,17doi: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000755500.06273.2b >> BACK TO INFO CORNER Tinnitus, or “ringing in the ears,” is a common audiological complaint that is extremely heterogeneous in presentation, etiology, and severity.1 Tinnitus affects approximately 50 million Americans,2 with a similar […]

Voice-to-Text Technology for Patients with Hearing Loss

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Voice-To-Text Technology for Patients with Hearing Loss Kader, Sara Esther AuD, CCC/A; Eckert, Anne M. AuD, MBA, CCC-A; Gural-Toth, Virginia AuD, CCC-A The Hearing Journal: February 2021 – Volume 74 – Issue 2 – p 11,14,15doi: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000734212.09840.d7 >> BACK TO INFO CORNER Audiologists serve in several roles as health care providers, including staying current with the […]

New Study: Some Music Makes It Impossible to Stand Still

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New Study: Some Music Makes It Impossible to Stand Still By Silje Pileberg Thursday, January 14, 2021 >> BACK TO INFO CORNER It is almost impossible for the human body to stand still. We make constant, tiny and almost invisible body movements, also called micro movements, according to research from the University of Oslo. These movements […]

Individualizing Hearing Healthcare: New Opportunities in OTC Hearing Aids

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Individualizing Hearing Healthcare: New Opportunities in OTC Hearing Aids By Todd Ricketts, PhD With the current and future changes in hearing healthcare, we have a newfound opportunity and increased flexibility for individualized care. Whether we are considering the level of service or the application of advanced hearing aid processing, one size does not fit all. […]

NYU Langone Health Reports Large Increase in Telemedicine Visits During COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID19 Telemedicine

NYU Langone Health Reports Large Increase in Telemedicine Visits During COVID-19 Pandemic Mann DM, Chen J, Chunara R, Testa PA, Nov O. Hearing Review: May 2020  >> BACK TO INFO CORNER A rapid increase in virtual visits during the 2019 coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic could transform the way physicians provide care in the United States going […]

Choosing the Right Hearing Protector

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Choosing the Right Hearing Protector Themann, Christi MA, CCC-A The Hearing Journal: April 2020 – Volume 73 – Issue 4 – p 14doi: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000661592.36144.1e  >> BACK TO INFO CORNER Noise can be bothersome and sometimes fun, but in all cases, a sound that is too loud for too long can damage one’s hearing. Repeated exposure […]

Redefining Noise in the Context of Hearing Health

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Redefining Noise in the Context of Hearing Health Fink, Daniel MD, MBA The Hearing Journal: April 2020 – Volume 73 – Issue 4 – p 16,17,18doi: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000661596.47802.b8  >> BACK TO INFO CORNER Editor’s note: This article is adapted with permission from Proc Mtgs Acoust. 2019; 39:050002. The words sound and noise are used interchangeably in […]

Hearing Matters – Concussion Management: The Role for Audiology

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Hearing Matters – Concussion Management: The Role for Audiology Kraus, Nina PhD; White-Schwoch, Travis The Hearing Journal: April 2020 – Volume 73 – Issue 4 – p 44,45doi: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000661628.24080.68 >> BACK TO INFO CORNER Concussions have captured the public interest. Many scientists and physicians are on the quest for a gold standard test that can objectively […]

New Data Demystify Hidden Hearing Loss

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New Data Demystify Hidden Hearing Loss Tumolo, Jolynn The Hearing Journal: April 2020 – Volume 73 – Issue 4 – p 28,30,31doi: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000661572.06576.4a >> BACK TO INFO CORNER The young man, a military veteran, had a history of significant noise exposure and limited use of hearing protection. “He and his wife were at their wits’ […]

Patient Education Materials for Age-Related Hearing Loss​

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Patient Education Materials for Age-Related Hearing Loss Ou, Hua PhD; Squires, Erika S. The Hearing Journal: April 2020 – Volume 73 – Issue 4 – p 26,27doi: 10.1097/01.HJ.0000661608.26036.66 >> BACK TO INFO CORNER Patient education materials (PEM) that highlight the risk factors, signs, symptoms, and treatment options for age-related hearing loss (ARHL) are critical given that […]