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Chrome 2001
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Hearing Loss in Children
More than 7 million children have hearing loss, which can be present at birth (congenital) or can develop later in life (acquired).
Hearing Loss in Adults
Hearing loss is a decrease in the ability to perceive sounds. It can be partial or total, sudden or gradual, temporary or permanent. It can affect one ear or both. In general, the risk of hearing loss increases with age.

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Age-Related Changes In Hearing
How the Five Senses Change with Age
The ability to see and hear clearly and to taste and smell fully inevitably declines as people age. So does the sense of touch. With some exceptions, this is quite normal.


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