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Redux: A Totally New Concept in Moisture Removal

We know that most electronic devices, including hearing aids, are tested to be moisture... Read More

EVEN: The Telehealth Communication Solution

Now that Telehealth is a part of medical and audiology practice, it is essential... Read More

Jump Start Your Practice with Recreational Audiology

by Robert M. Traynor, Ed.D., MBA, FNAP & Garry G. Gordon, M.S. Prior to the... Read More

GLOBAL AUDIOLOGY

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

This week at Hearing International is the second in the series of articles by guest author... Read More

A New Look at Cochlear Physiology

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

New Research on Tinnitus Treatment

Tinnitus has long been an issue for many individuals.  In the US and around... Read More

Cultural Differences in Hearing Aid Use

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

The Royal Danish Hearing Loss

The Danish Royal family can trace its linage back over 1000 years to Harthacnut‘s son,... Read More

AUDIOLOGY PRACTICE WORLDWIDE

Global Issues in Hearing Care: Part IV – Global Cost of Hearing loss

This week at Hearing International we welcome back Siamak Sani for his fourth and... Read More

The Marriage of Bluetooth Hearing to Smart Phones

 We have all heard the term “smartphone,” and by now most of us are using one.... Read More

The Audiological Connection of Younger Futhark – Part III

So far in this story we have focused upon the Vikings, Harald I of... Read More

Binaural Fittings…….Is the Practice the Same Everywhere?

Audiologists in the United States have gradually, over the past 30 years, moved from a... Read More

Caring For Deaf Dogs

A few years ago at Hearing International we had a post about the aural... Read More