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Tuesday 28 June at 20:30

A new study from a sample of teenagers in a school in Sao Paulo, Brazil, finds that nearly 30 percent of teenagers had a condition called tinnitus, a ringing or buzzing in the ears. It's a growing problem and I think it's going to get worse study co-author, Larry Roberts a senior researcher in the department of psychology, neuroscience and behaviour at McMaster University, Canada, said. My

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Editor
Tuesday 28 June

Many people don't like to admit they can't hear well, but technology has come a long way when it comes to helping people hear better.
"It's amazing the different sounds you don't realize you're not hearing," said Dr. Tim Simplot.
Simplot is an ENT specialist at Iowa ENT Center in the United States. He said he’s been having hearing issues for several years. He finally

BSL Videos   

The national deafblind charity, Sense, has produced an instructional video for sport coaches and instructors,

Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) has been awarded the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM) from the

The National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) has launched three new sets of information resources in time for

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A twenty-something girl living in the big city, Deafinitely Girly gives a light-hearted but revealing account

I’m now in my 30’s – and that doesn’t bother me as much as I thought it might when I entered my 20s! Two

The column is written from the unique position of a Deaf singleton. Madam X, as we shall call her explains

Deafax has been at the forefront of technology since its inception in 1985. It exists to empower deaf people