Keeping up appearances more important than hearing for Australian over 50 - Australians over 50 are willing to put up with poor hearing even if they miss out on social occasions with their friends and family, research by Australian Hearing has revealed.
Australian Hearing Bundaberg celebrates 20 years - On February 9, Australian Hearing Bundaberg celebrated 20 years of providing thousands of people from the local community with hearing services.
New Chair for Australian Hearing - Dr Rae Cooper commenced as the new Chair of Australian Hearing on 22 October 2011.
Australia's first waterproof hearing aid lets water-obsessed Australians hear the sounds they love - The launch of a revolutionary hearing device is set to change the lives of many hearing impaired Australians, by letting users wear a hearing aid in and around water for the first time.
Dr John lends his support to help the community to hear better - In support of Hearing Awareness Week (August 19-25), Australian Hearing Ambassador Dr John D'Arcy visited Terry White Chemists in Stanhope Gardens to launch a national campaign to raise awareness of hearing loss and to encourage people to have a free hearing check.
Hearing screenings to become available to all Australian newborns - Australian Hearing welcomes the Prime Minister's plan to have every newborn tested for hearing impairment.
Sound-field systems helping close the gap in classrooms - With a high prevalence of hearing loss among Indigenous communities, sound-field amplification systems are helping many Aboriginal children in the classroom hear their teachers.
A world first for Australian acoustic researchers - Australian Hearing has launched world-first research that will help children with auditory processing disorder.
Dr John asks mothers to hear him out - With Mother's Day approaching, Australian Hearing is shining the spotlight on the hidden disability affecting more than half of women aged over 60: hearing loss.
Minister launches telephone hearing service to Chinese speakers
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Binge Listening: Is exposure to leisure noise causing hearing loss in young Australians? - Australian Hearing's health report into the risks of noisy leisure activities on hearing.
Is Australia Listening? Attitudes to hearing loss - Australian Hearing's health report into hearing loss and noise, with survey results outlining Australia's behaviours and attitudes towards noise and their hearing.
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