Breaking the Legal Sound Barrier

Stanton (2016) indicates that the history of deaf and hard of hearing lawyers parallels... Read More

The Potato Famine Brings Communication to the Deaf-Blind

The Potato Famine In the 1830s-40s most of Ireland lived in terrible housing conditions.... Read More

Who was “Dif” Smith?

If you were not raised in Texas or live outside the US, this Texas... Read More


International Sign Languages

Although most hearing impaired adults and children in the US, Europe and many other countries around the... Read More

A New Look at Cochlear Physiology

Those of us who taught anatomy and physiology of the auditory mechanism in the... Read More

Global Issues in Hearing Care: Dynamics, Problems & Solutions, Part I

A number of years ago I met Siamak Sani at an audiology meeting in... Read More

Cultural Differences in Hearing Aid Use

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) (2015) these are the current facts on... Read More

7th Coalition for Global Hearing Health Conference, Manila

From the Editor: This week’s Hearing International was prepared by the President-Elect of the American... Read More


Ebola and Hearing Loss

You would have to have been asleep over the past few months not to know... Read More

Does Signal Jamming Really Cause Cochlear Implant Buzzing?

Last week at Hearing International we reviewed the military’s need to jam signals in... Read More

Stapedectomy Wires and MRI

It is not often that good blogs come from family stories, but here is... Read More

The Morning After Pill

Most audiologists realize that noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) refers to a gradual, cumulative and... Read More

Tinnitus Treatment with Smartphones

This discussion should be prefaced with the statement that I have no actual research... Read More