Hearing Aids Videos
The world opens up for a 4-year-old who lost his hearing as a toddler
Jace Aguilar received a cochlear implant and now enjoys basketball games.
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.
'Wonder' author R.J. Palacio tells the story behind her inspiration for the book: Part 3
R.J. Palacio wrote the bestselling children's novel "Wonder," after a chance encounter with a young girl at an ice cream shop with her two sons.
Beyond the scale: What to eat to lower your risk for 3 health issues
Dr. Jennifer Ashton and nutritionist Maya Feller discuss some foods you should add to every meal to reduce your risk of heart disease, dementia and cancer.
Americans are warned against traveling to Cuba
After a series of mysterious attacks targeting U.S. diplomats, the State Department cut embassy staff in Havana by more than half and warned Americans against visiting the country.
US warns against travel to Cuba
The U.S. is cutting more than half the staff of its embassy in Havana following mysterious symptoms in specific attacks.
Law enforcement experts on the impact of social media on crime, terrorism and national security
Good morning everyone I'm on in his eyes thanks for being with us today we are at Rutgers University live. For an incredible moderated discussion we're really pleased to host on social media crime and terrorism. And national security the Easter of course stories we've been covering many times over
Jihad Turk: 'Islam has a lot of work to do'
On this episode of "Uncomfortable," ABC News' Amna Nawaz talks to Jihad Turk, president of the Bayan Claremont Islamic Graduate School, about his mission to help Islam find its place in America with imams and other religious leaders trained in the U.S.
New developments in the mystery attacks of US diplomats in Cuba
Some government workers at the U.S. embassy in Havana have brain injuries and permanent hearing loss.
New details on illnesses of US diplomats in Cuba
The FBI and other U.S. agencies are now in Havana investigating why at least 10 American staff members and their families, who may have been targeted by a sonic device, started experiencing strange physical symptoms in 2016.