NYT Article “The Medical Tech That Helps You” Covers Hearing Aids with No Speech-In-Noise Tech

This is an example of the not-factual media articles I blog and write about. Ravenscraft (2019) couldn’t have used an audiologist as a source. Because his New York Times article “The medical tech that helps you…” covers hearing aids with no speech-in-noise technology. Hearing aids classified as consumer products – not medical devices. Communication Features …

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Positive Reviews for Tinnitus Toolbox – Hyperacusis Handbook

Readers are sharing positive reviews for Tinnitus Toolbox – Hyperacusis Handbook. It’s now available for people with tinnitus (hearing too much sound) and hyperacusis (hearing sound too much). It’s for parents looking for answers. It’s for professionals to use as a clinic resource and to share with clients, e.g. audiologists, family doctors, otologists or ENTs,… Read…

Propylene Glycol e-cigarette Hearing Health Vaping Survey

In 2018, I set up a survey to see what other people thought about e-cigarettes using vape juice containing ear poison (ototoxic) propylene glycol (PG). It’s not an “allergy” or “sensitivity”. Ototoxic chemicals damage the hearing and/or balance system. Tinnitus is when people hear sounds in their ears or head when there is no outside …

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