Working with Tinnitus Is More Than Masking

Dear Readers: During this holiday season, the editors at Hearing Health & Technology Matters... Read More

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


The World Wide Commoditization of Amplification

Over the past 10 years or so the landscape of audiology has changed significantly.... Read More

Protruding/Prominent Ear Surgery – Revisited

A couple of years ago at Hearing International we discussed a relatively new  surgical procedure... Read More

Ebola and Hearing Loss

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

A New Look at Cochlear Physiology

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


The Morning After Pill

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

Facts on Hearing Loss and Amplification Use, a 5-Country Survey

While researching this week’s blog for Hearing International I discovered a recent survey by Sonova.  Although... Read More

Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Research in Early Diagnosis

 According to the National Institute on Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) (2016), Autism Spectrum... Read More

Marion P. Downs, DHS, Hon Sc.D. – International Audiologist

In a couple of months it will be 41 years since the young future editor... Read More

Frank’s Sign

Above is Frank’s Sign, but it has nothing to do with this week’s Hearing International.   This... Read More