04 December 2017

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. 
04 December 2017

Prince Phillip Wears Hearing Aids for the First Time

Proving that hearing aids are fit for royalty, Prince Phillip the Duke of Edinburgh has been sighted at a public appearance wearing 'behind-the-ear' hearing aids.
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New cancer treatment will reduce hearing loss

Health Secretary Andrew Lansley has revealed plans to invest as much as £150 million in a radiotherapy cancer treatment that uses proton beams, which could help cancer sufferers to retain their hearing.
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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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Antibiotic with known link to hearing loss made safer

The type of antibiotic known as aminoglycoside has been recently altered by scientists to make it safer for patients. Previously, the drug has been known to cause side effects such as hearing loss and kidney damage and are used to treat serious infections and sepsis. 
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Amplifon Exclusive*: The new ReSound LiNX™ hearing aid

Amplifon is delighted to announce an exclusive deal to bring the world's smartest hearing aid to the UK.
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TV Doctor couldn’t hear the TV...

Dr Chris Steele MBE tells how hearing technology has transformed his life and why he believes everyone over 50 needs to get their hearing checked.
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Possibility of 3D-Printed Hearing Aids Grows

3D printing of medical devices has become increasingly widespread across a number of applications, with hope that hearing aids will soon be produced in the same way.
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