Thursday 21 September at 04:30

Restaurants are pushing customers away by being too loud, with noise levels in some topping over 90db on busy nights, which is the equivalent of eating next to a motorcycle or lawnmower. New figures released by the national charity Action on Hearing Loss revealed that customers are turning to takeaways with over 43% of potential diners have opting to get a takeaway instead of going out for a

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Sun 10 September
US company develops new phone for deaf people
Thu 07 September
Japanese survey shows mumps can cause hearing loss
Wed 06 September
Google celebrates BSL with students return to University
Tue 05 September
Deaf chef in the kitchen
Mon 04 September
Football clubs help to raise funds for Bristol City Deaf
Fri 01 September
Deaf entrepreneur launches clothing brand

Wednesday 20 September

If ageing humans had ears like those of barn owls they would never need hearing aids, scientists have shown. The birds, whose sensitivity to sound helps them locate prey, suffer no hearing loss as they get older. Like other birds – but unlike mammals, including humans – they are able to regenerate cells in their inner ears. Aged birds experience minimal hearing loss, but the new research shows

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