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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 -=Hearing Loss=- 54% More than 90% of deaf childrenare born to hearing parents 46% 30% of Americans are deaf Speech therapy Learning sign language Cochlear implant Medications for infections Ear tubes for repeated ear infectionsSurgery to correct structural problems TREATMENT The definition of hearing loss is not the same for everybody and the different degrees of hearing loss are divided into categories. The most common categories of hearing loss are mild hearing loss, moderate hearing loss, severe hearing loss and profound hearing loss. - Family history of hearing loss-Low birth weight -Birth defects that cause changes in the structure of the ear canal or middle ear-Buildup of ear wax-Buildup of fluid behind the eardrum-Injury to or rupture of the eardrum-Objects stuck in the ear canal http://www.hear-it.orghttp://www.nidcd.nih.govhttp://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov -Scar on the eardrum from many infections -Exposure to certain toxic chemicals or medicines while in the womb or after birth -Genetic disorders -Infections the mother passes to her baby in the womb (such as toxoplasmosis, measles, or herpes) -Infections that can damage the brain after birth, such as meningitis or measles -Problems with the structure of the inner ear -Tumors CAUSES (American Sign Language) is commonly referred to as the fourth most common language in the USA 3 of every 1,000 children in the United States are born deaf or hard-of-hearing, and more losetheir hearing later during childhood Sources
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