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Talk to Kids about Noise-induced Hearing Loss: What Parents Need to Know by Monique Hammond

www.what-did-you-say.net Studies have shown repeatedly that although noise-induced hearing loss in the younger population is on the rise, many parents fail to address this issue with their children. Here are a few talking points for the very necessary conversation on a preventable yet self-inflicted disability. • Noise is poison to […]

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Some Thoughts on Hearing Loss and Depression By Monique Hammond

www.what-did-you-say.net Correlation between hearing loss and depression Hearing loss is a chronic communication issue that can seriously impact quality of life. It can lead to isolation and ultimately to depression and research shows this to be true. Those who have an “untreated” loss fare worse than others and women are […]

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