Audio Rehab Lab Inc of Florida

Kaki Pope, Clinical Audiologist
850-878-7228

1614 Mahan Center Blvd. Suite 102
Tallahassee, FL 32308

Latest Hearing Health News

The U.S. Army has accepted two 3M™ products to equip soldiers with hearing protection and auditory situational awareness. The 3M Personal Safety Division has received initial orders for more than 6,500 devices that include 3M™ PELTOR™ TEP-100 Tactical Earplug Kits and 3M™ PELTOR™ COMTAC™ III ACH Communications headsets, plus spare parts and accessories totaling more than $1.6 million. Deployment of these Tactical

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Phonak, the leading global provider of hearing instruments and wireless communication solutions, today announces that it will start a pilot program through Iron Bow to provide the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) real-life opportunities for employing modern telehealth solutions to enable a distance fitting approach for hearing aids. With this innovative distance support solution, the two organizations are further leading the way in the field of eHearingcare in an effort to make the lives of veterans with hearing loss easier. The development of the

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Hearing loss afflicts approximately 48 million Americans and the number is expected to increase as the population ages. Some previous studies suggested that menopause may increase the risk for hearing loss, presumably due to the reduction in circulating estrogen levels, and that postmenopausal hormone therapy might slow hearing decline by 'replacing' estrogen. To investigate the role of menopause and postmenopausal

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Sonova Holding AG, the world’s leading provider of hearing solutions, continues to set new standards with the introduction of a broad range of innovative products. The Group unveils its most extensive portfolio of rechargeable and discreet hearing solutions ever across its three core hearing aid brands, Phonak, Unitron and Hansaton. With Bolero™ B-PR, Phonak extends the Belong™ platform and its groundbreaking lithium-ion rechargeable

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Researchers have been able to demonstrate the hereditary nature of certain forms of tinnitus. Bilateral tinnitus - that is, tinnitus in both ears - has been shown to depend on genetic factors, particularly in men. The twin study, which is published in the journal  Genetics in Medicine , was conducted by researchers at Karolinska Institutet together with colleagues from the

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