Acoustic neuromas can cause hearing loss, tinnitus and balance problems, because of the location of where they grow in the brain.
Hearing loss in one ear and single-sided deafness can affect your hearing in unique ways, primarily because it's harder to localize where sounds are coming from.
People with iron-deficiency anemia are twice as likely to have hearing loss than those without the blood disorder, though researchers are still investigating why.
Kids with hearing loss are just as capable as their peers. However, if childhood hearing loss is left untreated, it can indeed affect school performance and learning, leading to lower grades and engagement in the classroom.
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