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7 hrs ago | Naperville Sun
If you are one of those people who won't wear a hearing aid on principle, then the Naperville Hearing Health Center at 363 Raymond Drive might just have the solution for you.
Do gun control laws need to be more or less strict than they are now?
Should religious groups be tax exempt?
12 hrs ago | Science Fiction in the News
A group of Princeton scientists have created a bionic ear printed with 3D printer technology.
16 hrs ago | The ReView of Jones County
Once upon a time, before people knew any better, they thought that hearing loss was simply a part of growing older - something not worth doing much about.
Every family, it seems, has at least one goofy relative who adds some excitement to holiday gatherings.
I read 2 cochlear implant patents that said that in-the-ear cochlear implant processor can provide power to the electrodes .
Though 70 years have clouded some memories, Jacksonville's Robert W. Holmquist still vividly recalls the "click" made by Japanese depth charges before they exploded.
"She likes to do things on her own," said McGushin, of Orland Park. "She's not about being the center for attention."
John Dalton, 73, of Westfall fully understood the Westfall Township Suprvisors meeting this week through the use of sign language interpreters Steven Hammersley and Michelle Palmer.
Inside a bustling daycare building known as Megan's Place, a handful of kindergartners huddle around the centre's oldest charge.
Lucile Ross, 1, and her father, Lyle Ross, say goodbye to therapist Sharon Nutini of the Jean Weingarten Peninsula Oral School for the Deaf, who is onscreen.
The Putnam County resident served in the Navy during the Korean War; he said his role was loading the 40 millimeter guns.
Researchers at University of Colorado School of Medicine may have figured out what causes Meniere's disease and how to attack it.
A Hatfield teen, who volunteers as a firefighter at Hatfield Fire Co., and his mother claim he was fired from his job at Domino's on West Main Street in Lansdale because he is deaf in both ears.
Her own 6-year-old son, Hayden, needs the help now. Hayden is one of about 6,000 or so children born every year with a rare birth defect called microtia - which affects growth of the outer ear - and atresia, which causes a closure of the outer ear canal.
Excess weight has been linked to numerous health problems. Now consider adding hearing loss to the list of motivators to get you exercising and eating better.
ALL CLEAR: Two-day old Benjamin Turner having his hearing screened at Grimsby's Diana, Princess Of Wales Hospital.