Hearing loss in one ear is linked to language problems in children

05/10/2010 | Reuters

Children with hearing loss in one ear tend to have lower scores in comprehension and speech exams compared with their siblings with normal hearing, according to U.S. researchers. They also found that children with hearing impairments were more likely to get speech therapy, but their scores on IQ tests were comparable to that of their siblings with normal hearing.

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