Hearing Loss Screenings Crucial for Newborns

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In a new report, researchers have found that a simple screening finding hearing loss in newborns is crucial to speech and cognitive development.

Three out of every 1,000 babies are born deaf or hard of hearing. By catching problems early, a child has a better chance at improving their development.

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