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Researchers at Princeton University reported that they created a functioning ear that that can "hear" radio frequencies beyond the range of normal human capability.
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Many welders today are at increased risk for hearing loss, not only due to the noise they are routinely subjected to as part of their job, but quite possibly from the welding fumes that they are exposed to on a regular basis.
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Barter Theatre announced today the recent upgrade of the assistive listening system at main stage.
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People in Edgware suffering from hearing loss can now get NHS hearing aids on their high street for the first time.
If health insurance doesn't cover the device's cost, a person can pay more than $2,000 for a popular model.
Standing in front of the "A Wing" building at Parkland College in 2009, Paulette Johnson grabbed the door handle, then dropped her hand.
"I work for an IT department in a large department store and while scanning through some old code, I ran upon this gem," writes Steve C. , "I can't say that I disagree!" Evi Vanoost wrote, "Wells Fargo needs to make up it's mind.
The North Carolina Dvision of Services for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing will be giving "FREE" hearing screenings today from 9 am to 4 pm.
The Hearing and Speech Center of Florida is be offering free hearing screenings and consultations with an audiologist during an open house May 21-24. As the third leading chronic disability, hearing loss affects 10 percent of children and 50 percent of the elderly population.
New research suggests the dominant side of your brain may make the call on which ear you choose to use while talking on your cellphone.
Health officials have warned that action is needed to prevent a rubella outbreak, which can be particularly dangerous to pregnant women.
Eight members of the 42nd Medical Group returned recently from Belize after supporting a 14-day medical readiness training exercise called New Horizons.
At the end of 2011, Statistics New Zealand indicated 13 percent of the population were older than 65, and predicted that, in the next 20 years, the figure would increase to more than 20 percent.
A Watkinsville medical equipment business that specializes in hearing and hearing devices shared news on its Facebook page Wednesday afternoon that Regal Cinemas plans to begin offering closed-captioned glasses.