Tag: hearing aids


The Evolution from Hearing Aids to Wellness Devices

January 3, 2023

Via: HitConsultant

Here’s what we know from decades of research: Hearing loss affects health and well-being, but people with hearing loss are often reluctant to wear hearing aids. Of course, they’re doing themselves no favors. But when they do finally opt for […]

Innovation, Medical Devices

Over-the-counter hearing aids to disrupt prescription hearing aids market in the US

November 14, 2022

Via: Medical Device Network

Hearing aids in the US have traditionally only been available to consumers who sought audiology consultations with licensed hearing care professionals. Only those who received prescriptions for hearing aids could obtain such devices from medical clinics. As these devices are […]

Innovation, Medical Devices

Study finds hearing aids may protect against dementia

July 16, 2019


Called PROTECT, the study builds on recent findings by the Lancet Commission on Dementia Prevention, Intervention and Care, which indicated that hearing loss is a key risk factor for dementia. According to the latest research, which involved 25,000 people aged […]

Innovation, Research

Breakthrough drugs offer hope for the 360 million people with hearing loss

January 2, 2018


Maybe you sat too close to those ginormous stage speakers at a Jefferson Airplane concert back in the day. Or your earbuds have been turned up way too loud for far too long. Or you’re just growin’ old. Those are […]