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Tinnitus, also known as ringing in the ears, is a medical term that describes the perception of sound in one or both ears when no sound is present. Although tinnitus can vary from person to person, it is commonly described as a ringing, roaring, buzzing, hissing, or whooshing sound.

Exposure to loud noises during common recreational activities is widely cited as a cause of "hidden hearing loss." A new study of young adults, however, finds that while hearing is temporarily affected after attending a loud event, there is no evidence of auditory nerve injury or permanent hearing difficulties. The study is the first to look for a causal relationship between recreational...

"When we lose our ability to hear, we lose the ability to interact with our world around us."

October 14, 2017

Widex announces the launch of BEYOND Z™ – a rechargeable solution for its highly successful BEYOND range of hearing aids, created in collaboration with ZPower. BEYOND Z lets users stream better and longer - second to none – and also includes a retrofit option for existing BEYOND users. 

BEYOND already has the lowest power drain of any streaming hearing aid. With the introduction of the recharg...

August 8, 2017

You’ve probably noticed that there has been a lot of talk about dementia in recent years, and more and more news items related to dementia and hearing loss.  Many audiologists have picked up on this, especially the notion that hearing aid use might delay, or even prevent, dementia.  There is even a new training program designed for licensed audiologists and hearing instrument specialists from the...

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What is Tinnitus? A common problem, tinnitus involves the sensation of hearing sound when no external sound is present. Source - Mayo Clinic

June 11, 2019

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