A safe, non-invasive and inexpensive procedure has been developed to test the hearing of newborns. It may save children years of developmental problems.
According to the National Campaign for Hearing Health, less than 35 percent of all newborns in the U.S. are currently being screened for hearing problems at birth.
Yet 12,000 infants are born with some degree of hearing loss each year and nearly 4,000 of these babies are profoundly deaf.
That makes hearing impairment the most comm...
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