Hearing problems can now be detected through saliva. Credit: Getty
Spit happens.Don't knock it. You can learn a lot from a little bit of spit. Doctors may soon use saliva samples to tell if newborn babies have hearing problems. ...New study could lead to widespread testing of newborns for hearing problems.
Combat hearing loss with Paul Stanley of KISS! Credit: © Gustavo Roman/jpistudios.com
Listen up, members of the KISS army: Paul Stanley is declaring a war on hearing loss.The lead singer, 59, of the famous rock group, is teami...Paul Stanley warning teens of danger of loud concert music.
Turns out, teens not listening has little to do with hearing loss from headphones. Credit: Getty Karma is cruel. Well, it ought to be, anyway. It would be more fun. You know all those headphones, earpieces and other assorted gi...Karma not as rough on teens' hearing as we might hope.
Matthew Brady, 17, who has some mild hearing loss, used to listen to his iPod while running on a treadmill with the volume turned up. Credit: Steven Senne, APRemember when you shouted to your teenager that he'd better turn his music down or he...
Your child is late to talk and his preschool teachers are concerned. So, what do you do? Chances are, you follow the school's recommendation, enroll him in speech therapy and hope some one-on-one attention will get his tongue rolling. But that ...
Ninety-seven percent of infants are now screened for hearing loss, thanks to the establishment of Early Hearing Detection and Intervention [EHDI] programs in every state in the nation, according the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. But wha...
I may be ridiculously young to be a grandmother, but I do have at least one grandmotherly trait: I watch television with the volume turned way up. All those years of listening to loud music as a teen have resulted in some pretty significant hearing l...
When Ellie was browsing toy catalogs and circling items of interest recently, one of the things she highlighted was a High School Musical Rockerz Jammin Guitar. I am all for encouraging her musical interests, but she's not getting the guitar. It's no...
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