09 August 2016

Around the World in Sound

Travel around the world in sound. Sound helps us to make sense of the world around us, and certain sounds can trigger memories. A recent survey by Amplifon, the worldwide dedicated hearing specialist found that two thirds of Brits say sounds evoke memories of places they have visited. 

09 August 2016

The Amplifon Awards for Brave Britons 2017

The Amplifon Awards for Brave Britons celebrates the achievements of exceptional people from all walks of life, of all ages and from all over the United Kingdom. 
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Loud and Clear White Paper

It’s no joke: hearing loss hits social lives of more than 80 per cent of people living with the condition, says new survey. More than three quarters of people (81 per cent) with untreated hearing loss say they miss out on jokes because of the condition
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Around the World in Sound

Travel around the world in sound. Sound helps us to make sense of the world around us, and certain sounds can trigger memories. A recent survey by Amplifon, the worldwide dedicated hearing specialist found that two thirds of Brits say sounds evoke memories of places they have visited. 

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How to protect your hearing during the festival season

We've put together some easy tips and information to protect your hearing health during the festival season.
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Six million Britons are coping with tinnitus everyday

Do you or a loved one suffer from hearing problems? Six million Britons are coping with tinnitus, a condition which causes ringing, buzzing, humming or whooshing noises in the ears.
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World Hearing Day 2017

Hearing well has no price: unaddressed hearing loss costs £640.7 billion pounds per year globally; checklist from the experts to reduce the impact of unaddressed hearing loss

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Amplifon launches NEW TV Advert

We've just launched our NEW TV Advert! It was first aired on Monday 16th January just after 9.10am. Watch out We'd love to hear your feedback. Visit our Facebook page to leave your comments.
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Breaking the Stigma around Hearing Loss

Over the festive period you may have noticed a relative or friend acting out of sorts. While it is easy to dismiss this as old age or drink induced, did you ever consider it may be due to a hearing problem?
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Calls for action on tinnitus and hearing loss

A national charity has called on the pharmaceutical industry to invest more in finding treatments for tinnitus and hearing loss.
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Hearing Aid Market to be Worth Over $5,000 Million by 2020

According to a new study by Grand View Research Inc., the global market for hearing aids is set to rise by 3.2 per cent from 2014 to 2020.
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Molecule critical to noise-induced hearing loss is discovered

French researchers have discovered a molecule that, when absent, seems to be responsible for noise-induced hearing loss.
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Drugs to Treat Hearing Loss Could Be Available by 2020

The first drugs to treat hearing loss could be available in the next five years, according to a new report. 
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Study reveals heightened sense of touch in people deaf from birth

People who are deaf from birth process the sense of touch differently in their brains than those who are born with normal hearing, a new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience has revealed. 
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Hearing loss danger for student musicians

Student musicians have been urged to take greater care of their hearing, as a new academic study shows the impact that loud music is having on the hearing of teens.
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Customer Service Award for Amplifon

We take great pride in our Customer Service - and our Sutton Coldfield branch has an award to prove it!
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BHI draws link between heart and hearing health

The Better Hearing Institute (BHI) urges people with cardiovascular disease to get their hearing checked out.
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Funding Announced for Tinnitus Treatments

Charity Action on Hearing Loss has recently announced plans for a new study that will be conducted at Newcastle University. 
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Technology capable of turning signs into text set to "empower" sign language users

Scientists at Technabling, an off-shoot company of the University of Aberdeen, are developing new technology that is capable of reading sign language and turning it into written words, according to a report from the University of Aberdeen (March 12th).
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New Study Finds Genetic Predisposition for Hearing Loss

A genome-wide association study has found evidence that some people may be more genetically susceptible to noise-induced hearing loss than others.
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Teens warned over danger to hearing posed by rock concerts

Nearly three-quarters of teens attending a single rock concert experienced some form of hearing loss after the gig, according to the results of a new study.
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