Monthly Archives: July 2014

Brad Paisley on Why the Concert Pit Isn’t Baby-Friendly

July 21, 2014; Written by Alison Bonaguro from CMT News Prepare yourself for a bit of a lesson in the science of concert audio. Brad Paisley just explained why the pit at his concerts is no place for a baby. … Continue reading

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How Loud Are Animals?

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Take a Quiz on Earwax

Quiz: Earwax   Is earwax good?  Is it produced by your outer, inner, or middle ear?  Find out how much you know!

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Cochlear Celebration

Know anyone in a Cochlear device?  This celebration’s highlights include educational sessions with experts to optimize your technology, opportunities to meet new friends and families, informational EXPO, teen and child care programs, and an exclusive event at The Wizarding World … Continue reading

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Julian Treasure Ted Talks: 4 ways sound affects us

This is a great talk!  Take 6 minutes to watch. Do not take your hearing for granted. Spoken language is not the only important sound we hear, many non-intentional sounds affect us in important ways.  If you have concerns about … Continue reading

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Hearing Loss & Musicians

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10 Easy Tips for Parents to Support Language

From the ASHAsphere: Collaboration Corner: 10 Easy Tips for Parents to Support Language As we make our way through the lazy days of summer, schedules change, and things relax. My usual theme is collaboration; parents can be one of our … Continue reading

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