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Paul Stanley Gives Asius the "Thumbs Up"

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Paul Stanley Gives Asius the "Thumbs Up"

  In May, Asius Technologies President and Founder Stephen Ambrose paid a visit to musician, singer, songwriter and painter Paul Stanley.  Stanley, famous for being the rhythm guitarist and co-lead singer of the rock band Kiss, is also a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame honoree.  He has been around music all of his life and has had hearing challenges.  We let him try out our ADEL™ devices to hear what a difference they can make.  His enthusiasm makes us realize what a good thing we're doing for people..  We really enjoyed visiting him and seeing what a real down-to-earth, good guy...

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Getting Brian Johnson "Back in Black"

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Getting Brian Johnson "Back in Black"

Creative Commons Weatherman90 at en.wikipedia [CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)], from Wikimedia Commons   Not too long ago, Asius Technologies Founder Stephen Ambrose recorded a heart felt video letter to famous AC/DC rocker Brian Johnson after reading that he has had to stop touring with he band due to hearling loss.       The video went viral, to the attention of Mr. Johnson, and in May the two gentlemen met in Southern California to see if he could be helped.  According to Stephen, "What a gracious man; He and his wife Brenda invited me to visit them next week. If anyone...

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The History of Audiology, Courtesy of Healthy Hearing

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The History of Audiology, Courtesy of Healthy Hearing

  We saw this post at Healthy Hearing and liked it so much we had to improve upon it with links and images for annotation. The History of AudiologyWhen did audiology begin? It depends on who you ask. It's clear that audiology as a profession really began taking off in the 1920s when technology was advanced enough to design the first audiometers to measure hearing, though the term "audiology" wasn't used until 1946. Yet even thousands of years ago, people began investigating hearing, hearing loss and its causes. Here's a timeline of important events in audiological history:1550 BC - There...

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