Editor
Wednesday 28 September at 00:00

Hearing loss is a marginalising and disabling condition, resulting in various adverse social and health outcomes. Babies born to women with hearing loss were significantly more likely to be premature and have low birth weight, according to a new study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. Understanding and addressing the causes are critical to improving pregnancy outcomes among women

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Friday 23 September

A 21 year old went from being picked on for her physical appearance to beating 12,000 people to model for Esprit. Holly-Ann Dennis lives in Kent with her mum Jane, 57, dad Brian, 60, and brother Aaron, 27.
Holly-Ann also has severe hearing loss in one ear and is moderate to severely deaf in the other. She was bullied at school because of her freckles and red hair, and was picked on

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