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Those who use hearing aids are having more sex
New research has found those who use hearings aids are having more sex than those who don’t.
Why some TV dialogue is so hard to hear
Lauren Ward, a researcher in audio engineering , discusses the factors that impact our ability to interpret TV dialogue.
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Hearing aids 101
A guide to the different types of hearing aids that are available to Australians and the benefits they offer.
Hope for tinnitus sufferers
Associate Professor in Neuroscience at the University of Leicester, Martine Hamann, explains how recent exciting discoveries are paving the way for a treatment for tinnitus sufferers.
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Finally able to hear, grandmother of 10 embraces new lease on life
Lesley Hodgson lost her hearing after working in England’s woollen mills as a teenager. Finally, at 74 she can hear again, thanks to a cochlear implant.
I was deaf for most of my life
Shirley Ackehurst, 74, became deaf as a young girl then returned to the world of sound after having a cochlear implant at the age of 44.
Highs and lows of looking after my hard-of-hearing mother
Thanks to cochlear implants I can now hear my grandchildren
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