Month: January 2019

Beyond the Ear: Auditory Processing and Working Memory

Auditory Processing and Working Memory “I can hear, I just can’t understand.” Sound familiar? As an audiologist, I hear this complaint many times a day. It can be difficult, in the rush of a hearing appointment, to stop and talk about the importance of auditory processing. The focus of most of my time with patients is on the hearing aids or 

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Tackling Hearing Loss: Hope for Tomorrow, Help Right Now

Science is making remarkable strides in the pursuit of better treatments and a potential cure for hearing loss, a prevalent chronic condition affecting millions globally. Here are three noteworthy developments: GENETICS: Professor Xue Zhong Liu, M.D., Ph.D., from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, secured a $3 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for groundbreaking research. 

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New Tech for a New Year

With hearing tech is in its heyday, we want to tell you about three AGX® series we’re excited about. AGXR Q Available in replaceable-battery and rechargeable options, the AGXR is a standout. You hear more of what’s around you, what you hear is more nuanced, loud sounds aren’t distorted, and soft sounds don’t get lost in background noise. Plus, you 

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Winter’s Here: Protect Your Ears

As the last leaves fall from deciduous trees, cupboards fill with yummy holiday treats, and bears dig in for a season of sleep, are your ears ready for winter? From allergies and colder temps to the louder sounds of the season, winter can do a number on your ears if you’re caught unprepared. Experience every moment of winter cheer with 

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