NPR logo Linkfest: Deaf Boy's 'Q-tip Cure'

Links From the Show

Linkfest: Deaf Boy's 'Q-tip Cure'

When he was two years old, Jerome Bartens was diagnosed as deaf in his right ear. Jerome struggled with his impaired hearing for nine years but the other day, he was suddenly cured.

After hearing a popping sound, Jerome found a tip of cotton wool bud in his ear and quickly pulled it out. "It was just incredible — his hearing returned to normal in an instant," said Jerome's father Carsten.

It's the BPP's Most.
Deaf boy's 'Q-tip Cure'/ A camel named Princess picks Giants to beat Pats/ Brazilian woman has 42nd plastic surgery/ Lazy boy scouts achieve Eagle status/ Google trends