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DEC
Posted on Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Although hearing loss is on the rise among children and adolescents, it often goes unrecognized. Hearing loss is likely to go unnoticed because the symptoms mimic normal childhood behaviors—like trouble paying attention or not responding when called upon.

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DEC
Posted on Monday, December 12, 2011

Your child’s blaringly loud toy might be more than just aggravating. It could be harming their hearing. Unlike other aspects of toys, sound level is not regulated in the United States and manufacturers are not required to follow even basic safety standards when it comes to noise.

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09
DEC
Posted on Friday, December 09, 2011

People with hearing loss tend to withdraw from social situations. Many times they will convince themselves they feel more comfortable and truly don’t miss the interaction, but when the ability to communicate with others is returned, the loss they’d been living with becomes apparent.

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