Coping

Jan L. Mayes reviews and opinions on coping with chronic conditions like tinnitus, hyperacusis, hearing loss, anxiety, and depression.

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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Tinnitus Hyperacusis Blog Content Lanes

There’s a lot of talk about fake news lately. But there’s always been fake news in tinnitus and hyperacusis world. It’s always been a bit of a treasure hunt trying to find tinnitus hyperacusis facts. Too many websites include not factual info. Unfortunately it’s gotten worse lately. Because bloggers are swerving into tinnitus hyperacusis blog …

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Tinnitus Hyperacusis Mental Health App Accessibility for Hearing Loss and Deaf Community

Scientists want to study mobile mental health apps to see what features would be the most benefit when developing apps for people distressed by tinnitus and hyperacusis. Which includes people in the “normal” hearing, hearing loss and Deaf community. It’s good news. Except it takes at least 1 to 2 years for research to get …

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