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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

GLOBAL AUDIOLOGY

Ebola and Hearing Loss

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

International Sign Languages

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

Protruding/Prominent Ear Surgery – Revisited

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

A New Look at Cochlear Physiology

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

Cultural Differences in Hearing Aid Use

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

AUDIOLOGY PRACTICE WORLDWIDE

A Crack…….Curing Hearing Loss?

Some of us, in various parts of the world, have had the unfortunate experience... Read More

Stem Cell Research in Hearing – Auditory Neuropathy – Part II

As presented last week at Hearing International, the politics of stem cell research is... Read More

Ebola and Hearing Loss

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

Practicing Outside the Silo: The National Academies of Practice

The lowest level of “working together” with other disciplines in the practice of your... Read More

Comments to Hearing International…….

Although we did not receive any relevant mail to last week’s blog on binaural fittings... Read More