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SSD stands for Single Sided Deafness. It is used to describe the hearing of someone who has normal hearing in one ear and a "complete loss" in the other ear. Until recently, the options for help were very limited and not very effective. People with SSD now have some hope! The BAHA has been effectively treating SSD for a few

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Sonic Innovations has recently released a new product called the Flip. The Flip is a Receiver in the Ear(RITE) hearing instrument that represents the first new development from Sonic (the name they now prefer) in years. Last year Sonic was purchased by industry giant William Demant and that gave the American company a huge boost in its development and research,

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One of the developments in the last few years has been further miniaturization of hearing instruments. When the lyric came out a few years ago, it brought attention to the fact that there are a lot of people who want an "invisible" hearing solution. The problem with the Lyric is that, because it is not a custom made instrument and

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A couple of blogs ago I promised to discuss some new products that have been released recently or will be soon. At the Starkey Hearing Innovation Expo in January we were allowed a sneak peak at some exciting new developments. One of the coolest things was the wireless cic (completely in canal) that allows wireless streaming from a television directly

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There were many other beautiful sounds in Maui besides the waves crashing to shore. I sometimes wish we could compile sound albums just like we do photo albums. Thanks to my iPhone, it is easy to take a short video that captures both! The sound of seagulls and other birds can be missed by many people with hearing loss. Many

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