Caroline Parker: What it was like talking about Signed Songs for TEDxEastEnd

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Mike Zart: What being temporarily deaf through psoriasis has taught me

By Editor At weekends, we post some of our most popular blogs. Tell us your favourites at thelimpingchicken@gmail.com I’m not deaf. It’s […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Juliet England: What it’s like to be left out on a night out

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Drug treatment could combat hearing loss

Within the inner ear, thousands of hair cells detect sound waves and translate them into nerve signals that allow us to hear speech, music, and other everyday sounds. …read more Via:: Medical News Today       

Lianne Herbert: Ordering at the drive through isn’t easy when you’re deaf

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Hannah Lewis: Who were the original deaf leaders in the church?

By Editor This post has been shared with the kind permission of St Chrysostom’s Church. Back in the early nineteenth century society tended […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken       

Second cause of hidden hearing loss identified

Patients who complain they can’t hear their friends at a noisy restaurant, but pass a hearing test in their doctor’s office, may be describing hidden hearing loss. …read more Via:: Medical News Today       

Emily Howlett: Why is baby signing only seen as positive for hearing babies?

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Rebecca-Anne Withey: What a lifetime of lipreading has taught me

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Juliet England: How easy are exercise classes for deaf people? Here’s my experience

By Editor At weekends, we post some of our most popular blogs. Tell us your favourites at thelimpingchicken@gmail.com Last spring, when I […] …read more Via:: The Limping Chicken