Monthly Archives: December 2012

Background Noise-Negative Health Effects

An article in the Health and Wellness section of The Wall Street Journal on December 4, 2012 reports on a study of background noise in the International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health. Some participants exposed to different levels of … Continue reading

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Obituary: Dr. William F. House, 89, “Father of Neurotology” and Pioneer of Cochlear Implant

Los Angeles, CA – December 11, 2012 – William F. House, M.D., who pioneered the cochlear implant that allows the deaf to hear, died at his home in Aurora, Oregon on Friday, December 7. He was 89 years old. Based … Continue reading

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Welcome News for MoMA Visitors with Hearing Impairments

At the Museum of Modern Art in New York City (11 W. 53rd St.), induction loop or infared sound amplification systems are available for all public programs.

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Coping with Tinnitus - a Perspective

A commentary in “The New York Times” on December 4, 2012 offers insights: Read the article here:

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