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Tears pool in Sheree Grimm's eyes when she talks about Oreo, her beloved therapy dog she was forced to have euthanized a couple of years ago.
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New Mexico Competes, a social welfare organization supporting Governor Martinez's agenda, might have something to do with that funny voter registration stuff.
Charles J. Limb could have been a professional jazz saxophonist. He grew up in a musical family and showed early signs of talent.
Imagine going to watch your favorite band in concert or a musical or even a lecture and listening the whole time with a pillow over your ears.
That's the funny thing about well-intentioned plans, much like Bubb Rubb and Lil' Sis of yesteryear going "WHOO WHOO," things never quite work out the way they were intended.
A boat passenger who was left standing at the road side after a taxi driver refused to allow his assistance dog to travel with him is calling for the law to be tightened up.
Five years ago, my beloved encouraged me to get a BAHA - Bone Attached Hearing Aid.
Virginia Repertory Theatre's production of the Color Purple is a big hit among Virginia audiences but don't wait too long the show is playing at the November Theatre through August 3rd.
Hearing loss can affect the whole family and Pen Bay Speech & Hearing audiologist Gary Friedman, M.S., F-AAA has information that can help.
AMMAN Valley coal miners could be in line for compensation for hearing loss - even if they had made a previous claim, according to leading Welsh law firm Hugh James Solicitors.
'Ninjas' marvel at nearly sightless boy's prowess The Mount Laurel boy tests his body's limits in the cavernous Movement Lab.
The Australian Hearing Kiosk will be in Winston Hills between July 14 and 25 giving free hearing checks and raising hearing health awareness for interested adults.
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla. --- 4-year-old Slayden Wyse has been without his cochlear implant since Sunday.
The sounds of summer. Just hearing them brings a smile to our face. But what if you couldn't hear them anymore? It's a very real problem, that audiologists like like Dr. Danny Gnewikow at Audiology Hearing Aid Associates deal with more and more.
I have been to two events at Track 29 in the past year and both were miserably loud.
A: The outer part of the ear channels sound waves into the ear canal. They then hit the eardrum, causing it to vibrate.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 05:25 am
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