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  • Covid-19 lockdown and people with hearing loss

    Covid-19 lockdown and people with hearing loss0

    Study reveals how people with hearing loss are affected by Covid-19 lockdown. A new report into how people with hearing loss have been experiencing the Covid-19 lockdown has found there have been many negative effects on them, but also a few unexpected positive ones. The study was carried out in a rapid turnaround by experts in hearing

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  • Roger Stone sentencing hearing begins as Trump hints at pardon – live | US news0

    12.05pm EST 12:05 Judge Amy Berman Jackson applauded Randy Credico, the witness who was threatened by Roger Stone, for writing a letter in support of a lenient sentence. But Jackson dismissed the idea that Credico’s “sensitivity” and “concern” reflected favorably upon Stone. Andrew Prokop (@awprokop) “I really did appreciate the sensitivity and the concern that

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  • Your Hearing is Precious – Here’s How to Protect It

    Your Hearing is Precious – Here’s How to Protect It0

    Once it’s gone – it’s gone. If you lose your hearing you can’t get it back. So, it’s important to take care of it. Here’s how: • Turn it down! Don’t automatically override the high-volume warning when listening on your mobile device. The current World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendations are to limit your exposure to

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  • Global Survey Reveals that 3/4 of Respondents Embarrassed Because of Their Hearing Loss

    Global Survey Reveals that 3/4 of Respondents Embarrassed Because of Their Hearing Loss0

    ​Denmark, 22nd May 2019 – A new survey[i] conducted in ten countries, specifically designed to study the habits of people with hearing loss, reveals how people around the world feel about their hearing condition and how addressing hearing loss with treatment can significantly improve quality of life. Commissioned by The International Campaign for Better Hearing

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  • Protecting your ears from permanent hearing loss

    Protecting your ears from permanent hearing loss0

    The largest cause of hearing loss is age-related damage to the inner ear. The second biggest cause of hearing loss however is exposure to loud noise. Loud noises can come from a wide range of sources – unwanted and wanted – but both can jeopardise your hearing if it is at hazardous levels. Unwanted noise

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  • Study reveals 38 genes involved in hearing loss

    Study reveals 38 genes involved in hearing loss0

    Multiple new genes involved in hearing loss have been revealed in a large study by researchers from King’s College London, and colleagues. The new genes identified reveal the metabolic pathways and regulatory processes involved in hearing. The study, which has been published in the open-access journal PLOS Biology, helps to understand the underlying biology of deafness,

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