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Updated 30 April 2015

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Can deaf people really “hear” voices?
Many deaf people report being able to 'hear' voices, an unsettling psychological phenomenon known as voice hallucination.

Misophonia: When sounds drive you crazy
You're trying to concentrate at work but the sounds of others typing, clicking pens or sniffing are driving you completely mad! If you can relate, you may be suffering from misophonia.

Cochlear implants may boost seniors’ moods
Older people who suffer from hearing loss but receive cochlear devices are happier, have better mental skills and fewer symptoms of depression.


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