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Causes of hearing loss
There are many reasons for deafness. Diseases or viruses during pregnancy, in childhood and later life, hereditary factors, exposure to loud noise, head injuries, ototoxic drugs, allergic reactions and aging can all be causes of deafness.

Imagine being deaf for a day
Imagine being deaf for just one day. How would you cope? What would you miss? Wouldn't you do everything you could to turn your world back on?

Christmas Survival Tips
Surviving Christmas, Easter and other social festivities can stretch our limited hearing and cause us stress, anxiety and exhaustion. Rowena provides some of her top hints and tips to make sure you don't miss out this silly season.

Music and deafness
There has been a lot of discussion in the media about the risk of deafness caused by listening to music on a personal audio device such as an iPod or MP3 player.

Cochlear Implant - Pushing the limits
A week of celebration pushed my hearing to the limits and my cochlear implant helped me cope.

Gradually missing sounds
Sound gradually fades when deafness creeps upon us. Most of the time we donít recognise what we are missing but then one day we are startled when remember we havenít heard something for a long time.

Deafness Paranoia
Depression and isolation can lead to paranoia for late deafened adults. It creeps up and is the result of mis-understanding social cues.

Travelling deaf
Travelling can pose special challenges for a deaf or hard of hearing person, but it doesnít mean you shouldnít go.

Don't suffer hearing loss in silence
Technology is improving all the time and unless we hear about these then thereís no way they can benefit us. I asked Linda Ballam-Davies from Cochlear to give me the latest information about new implantable solutions.

Hearing Loss and Driving Cars
Should hearing impairment stop you from driving? Are there any rules and if so what are they? What does the research show about safe driving for deaf people.

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