Home > Medical > Hearing management > Multimedia Multimedia All sections in Hearing Management » About Hearing Management » Anatomy of Hearing » Ear Disorders » FAQs » Health Tips » Hearing Aids » Hearing in Children » Multimedia » Hearing News » Noise » Real-life Story » What is... 7 week old baby smiles as he hears for the first time Watch baby Lachlan smile as he hears for the first time at 7 weeks old! In the heart warming video, Lachlan, who was diagnosed with hearing loss, is fitted with his first hearing aid. Lachlan's parents told the Daily Mail that they are very happy to be able to share this special moment with the world! Deaf and drop-dead gorgeous Deaf people don't have to live a life different to their hearing counterparts. Check out these beauties crowned 'Miss Deaf SA' over the last three years. Video: 'Fake' interpreter vs. the real one Here are two videos showing a qualified sign language interpreter next to 'fake' interpreter, Thamsanqa Jantjies, at the Mandela Memorial Service. See the difference for yourself. Ask Hearing Care expert » 7 week old baby smiles as he hears for the first time Deaf and drop-dead gorgeous How noise affects your health Listening to loud noises for long periods can have a huge impact on your health, one of which is permanent deafness. Just how far away can we hear someone scream? Just how loudly can a human scream? Here are some fascinating facts on hearing. Check how many of these things you knew. The structure of the ear Check out this graphic, which will show you the various parts of your ear. The worst noise makers in your office Find out what’s causing the racket in your office and how you can stop it. Check out this infographic from Visual.ly. A visual guide to tinnitus Ringing in the ears can be a temporary or permanent problem. Find out more in this infographic from Amplifon. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Exam stress – a challenge for the whole family Cardiovascular risk factors Take care of your teeth. Anytime. Anywhere. Like us on facebook!