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Public Education on Hearing Loss: On the Right Track but a Long Way to Go by Monique Hammond

 www.what-did-you-say.net  “We’ve only just begun…” Community events, presentations, health expos or even book signings could be considered the ground-zero for hearing loss education. These are the places where one meets the public. Although statements often testify to misunderstandings and to the unwillingness to let go of the myths regarding hearing […]

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Five Myths about Hearing Loss By Monique Hammond

Hearing loss is an issue fraught with myths passed down through generations and often born of misunderstandings and half-truths. I share some of the recurring popular beliefs that are brought up again and again during community presentations and support meetings. 1. Hearing loss is all about aging and genetics Certainly, […]

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