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Is Everybody Mumbling? Try A Hearing Test You Take On The Phone
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Deaf Jam: Experiencing Music Through A Cochlear Implant
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For more than 30 years, Marion Downs pushed for newborns to be screened for hearing loss soon after birth. Marion Downs Center hide caption

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Remembering The Pioneering Audiologist Who Tested Hearing At Birth
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'El Deafo': How A Girl Turned Her Disability Into A Superpower
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