Study assesses newborn hearing tests

Newborns who pass hearing tests may still develop deafness or hearing impairment, according to a new study from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Hearing issues may be caused by genetics, structural problems with the ears or infections early in life, researchers noted. Of 923 children with hearing loss in the study, 78 passed newborn hearing tests.

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