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


The Deafness on the Vineyard – Part I

Our story begins with Charles I.  Religious issues were in the forefront during the reign... 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

Scams and the Caption Phone System

Added May 7, 2016: EDITORS CLARIFICATION: To clarify an error in this article: the... 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

The Dance of a Thousand Hands

Throughout Asian religion, the name Guanyin is short for Guanshiyin, which means “Perceiving the Sounds... Read More


Homeopathic Medicine and Tinnitus Treatment – Part IV

Now that we have reviewed the discipline or “magic” of Homeopathic Medicine, Hearing International... Read More

Surfer’s: “Bad To The Bone”

In the summer of 1996, I was invited to Oticon Headquarters in Copenhagen to conduct demonstrations on... Read More

HIV/AIDS Now Correlated with Hearing Loss

Recently, there have been published reports of a correlation between HIV/AIDS and hearing loss.  HIV/AIDS is a... Read More

Mona Lisa…..Smile!

It is said that the Mona Lisa  is “the best known, the most visited,... Read More

The Third International Audiology Conference

 For 2,000 years, Qu Yuan’s patriotic spirit has influenced many people and he remains... Read More