Hearing Aids News
Boy hears live music for the 1st time thanks to cochlear implant
Sweet video captured the first time a young boy heard live music. According to his parents, Brenda and Cody Lee, Jace Lee, 4, lost his hearing as a toddler and was classified as having severe to profound deafness by doctors. It's unclear what has caused his deafness, according to medical records
The world opens up for a 4-year-old who lost his hearing as a toddler
Aleve. All Day Strong. Finally tonight the miracle of sound for one little boy. It is America strong. Here's Adrienne Bankert. Reporter: 4-year-old Jace Lee loves to play. He likes basketball. But on his own he can't hear the game. When you wake up, you hear stuff. And it's not the same way for
Eric Clapton says he's going deaf but insists he's 'still going to work'
Eric Clapton revealed a bit of disconcerting news about his health during an interview Tuesday on the U.K.'s BBC Radio 2 , telling interviewer Steve Wright that he's "going deaf." The guitar legend explained that he has tinnitus, an affliction that causes constant ringing in the ears and is often
US stands by claim workers attacked in Cuba, maybe by virus
The United States is standing behind its assertion that U.S. embassy workers in Cuba were deliberately attacked and raising the possibility that it was by a virus, as lawmakers and even the FBI challenged the initial theory of "sonic attacks."
State Department, FBI differ on source of mysterious alleged attacks on US diplomats in Cuba
State Department officials told Congress Tuesday they would not rule out "an acoustic element" in what the U.S. says were attacks on two dozen American diplomats in Cuba , despite a new FBI report that doubts a “sonic attack” is responsible. On Monday, the Associated Press reported that an interim
In wake of 'attacks,' Tillerson not returning staff to Cuba
Tillerson refers to 'deliberate attacks' on diplomats in Cuba in saying he won't send State Department staff back to island until he's sure they will be safe
AP Interview: Tillerson says no diplomats return to Cuba yet
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the United States would be "putting people intentionally in harm's way" if it sent diplomats back to Cuba
US senator says no evidence of 'sonic attacks' in Cuba
Republican Sen. Jeff Flake says the U.S. government has found no evidence that American diplomats in Havana were the victims of attacks with an unknown weapon
Young girl receives new hearing aids from family whose daughter died
Brianna Giddens, 4, received hearing aids from her former teacher, who was asked to pass them on to a child in need by a family whose own daughter died of medical complications.
4-year-old girl receives 'perfect match' hearing aids from unlikely donor
A young girl who was born with a viral auditory infection was given the gift of hearing from an unexpected donor. When one family lost their 5-year-old daughter to a multitude of health complications earlier this year, the parents decided to donate her brand new pink hearing aids to a local teacher