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Updated 28 January 2016

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'I want to meet Taylor Swift before I go deaf'

A 12-year-old Taylor Swift fan is losing her hearing and would love nothing more than to meet her favourite singer before she goes completely deaf.

Is your job making you deaf?

Most of us don't pay much attention to noise levels in our workplaces but being consistently exposed to loud noises could mean that you're suffering from noise-induced hearing loss.

Deaf-blind lawyer uses technology to type to Obama

Deaf-blind Harvard Law School graduate Haben Girma communicates with President Barack Obama at the White House.


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