Monthly Archives: October 2013

10 Things You May Not Know About Your Ears

This October, help us spread awareness about hearing health by sharing this list of interesting facts that everyone should know about their ears. Never put a Q-tip in your ear! Though many of us reach for cotton swabs to remove … Continue reading

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Kudos to ReSound Customer Care

Last week, we celebrated Customer Service Week to show our appreciation to the ReSound Customer Care Department. Today, we share some of the notes we’ve received from customers offering kudos to our remarkable staff. Continue reading

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Customer Service Week

All this week, we’ve been celebrating the great work that our Customer Care Department as been doing over the last year. We want to recognize those working on the front line – field calls, placing orders and building rapport between ReSound and our customers. Continue reading

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The Loudest Noises Ever Recorded

Have you ever wondered what the loudest noises ever recorded were? Jamie Frater of ListVerse recently wrote up a list of the Top 10. As a point of reference, keep in mind that human speech is only registered at 25 … Continue reading

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Do You Play the French Horn?

If so, you might want to think about protecting your hearing.  A research study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene has found that only 18% of people that play the French horn actually wear hearing protection.  Furthermore, … Continue reading

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The Audiologist’s Guide to “Pick-up” Lines

Here’s a little bit of light humor for a Friday!  Any other one-liners you would add to the list? How do you find humor in your everyday work as an audiologist? Below are our favorite audiologist pick-up lines.  Let us … Continue reading

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Hearing Loss – What We Can Learn From a Fruit Fly

University of Iowa researchers say that we can learn a lot about noise-induced hearing loss by studying the common fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. The reason: The molecular underpinnings to its hearing are roughly the same as in humans. Continue reading

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