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Rechargeable batteries: a viable solution for everyone.

Anyone who owns a mobile phone would be forgiven for thinking that everyone uses rechargeable technology. But that has not been the case in hearing aid arena until just now. The good news is the new technology originally developed by NASA and the Department of defense in the USA has developed a solution that finally makes rechargeable hearing aid batteries more practical, cost-effective and a much smaller available solution.

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Help at hand to manage tinnitus

From the Busselton Dunsborough Times for Tinnitus Awareness Week

Up to 20 per cent of Australians experience tinnitus at some point in their life, but Dunsborough & Margaret River Hearing’s specialist audiologists want people to know they need not put up with it.

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tinnitus advice for doctors

Tinnitus Treatment options for Health Professionals

Most people will experience tinnitus if the situation is quiet enough. A study was conducted where medical students were placed into a soundproof booth and within 5 minutes 95% of the subjects began to hear tinnitus. 18-20% of the population report experiencing regular tinnitus, many are not bothered by it, but some are. Why is this?

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Not hearing, not listening or not processing?

Do you worry that your child seems to be often daydreaming, does not seem to be following spoken instructions, gets similar words or sounds in words mixed up, has more trouble when it is noisy such as in the classroom or has trouble attending or concentrating? You have had their hearing tested and have been …

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