Hearing Aids News
Friday Rewind: Dangerous Wildfires in California
Taking a look back at this week's top stories, including thousands of California residents forced out of their homes due to ferocious wildfires.
Report: 15 of Morris Dentist's Patients Sickened, 1 Died
A report by New Jersey's health department says 15 patients of a Morris County dentist developed infections that forced 12 of them to undergo heart surgery and led to one death
Deaf Baby Bursts Into Giggles After Hearing His Mother for the First Time
An adorable video captures an Australian baby hearing his mother's voice for the first time and bursting into giggles after he's fitted with a pair of hearing aids . Jordan Blair was born with hearing loss and failed both of his hearing screenings at the hospital, his mother Taryn Blair told ABC
Baby Boy Giggles After Hearing Aid Helps Him Hear Mom for 1st Time
Jordan Blair was fitted with his hearing aids after he failed two newborn hearing assessments.
Boy Does 'Happy Dance' After Hearing Mom's Voice Through Hearing Aid
A 2-year-old boy did his own "happy dance" after getting a hearing aid that helped him more clearly, his mother told ABC News. Kaiden Orantes, 2, was given hearing aids after being diagnosed with progressive hearing loss, according to his mother, Caitlin Orantes. Doctors aren't sure why the boy's
Boy's Amazing Reaction to Having Hearing Aids Turned on For the First Time
Eight. And yeah. Eight. Yeah. Yeah. And it.
The Spelling Bee's 'Crying Couch' Is a Place to Be Comforted and to Reflect
Off stage, away from the lights and crowds at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, sits a gray couch and a small box of tissues. While about 285 kids from across the country compete at the national competition, only one takes home the gold trophy. Once contestants lose, they are escorted by
6-Year-Old Makes History at National Spelling Bee
Akash Vukoti of San Angelo, Texas, is the youngest contestant ever to reach the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Born Deaf, 11-Year-Old Boy Takes on National Spelling Bee
An 11-year-old South Carolina boy who was born deaf has made it to the Scripps National Spelling Bee . Neil Maes of Belton, South Carolina, received cochlear implants when he was 1 and 5 years old and, through therapy, was able to learn spoken language. 1. Now, the fifth-grader is one of the top
Mumps Outbreak at Harvard University
We move on to a mumps outbreak at Harvard. 41 cases have been confirmed even though many of those have been vaccinated. Linsey Davis has the latest from Boston. It really has the campus on edge. Reporter: Yes, good morning. Students on campus are telling us they are being extra cautious, no longer