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* [[Hearing dog]]s, a category of [[assistance dog]]s, are trained to help those with hearing impairments.
 
* [[Hearing dog]]s, a category of [[assistance dog]]s, are trained to help those with hearing impairments.
 
* The advent of the [[internet]]'s [[World Wide Web]] and [[closed captioning]] has given the hearing impaired unprecedented access to information. [[Electronic mail]] and online [[chat]] have reduced the need for deaf and hard of hearing people to use a third-party [[Telecommunications Relay Service]] in order to communicate with the hearing and other hearing impaired people.
 
* The advent of the [[internet]]'s [[World Wide Web]] and [[closed captioning]] has given the hearing impaired unprecedented access to information. [[Electronic mail]] and online [[chat]] have reduced the need for deaf and hard of hearing people to use a third-party [[Telecommunications Relay Service]] in order to communicate with the hearing and other hearing impaired people.
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==Bibliography==
 
U.S. [[Environmental Protection Agency]] press release, April 2, 1974
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== References ==
 
{{reflist}}
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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* [[Auditory brainstem response]] (ABR) test
 
* [[Auditory brainstem response]] (ABR) test
 
* [[Cochlear implants]]
 
* [[Cochlear implants]]
* [[Conductive hearing loss]]
 
 
* [[Deaf culture]]
 
* [[Deaf culture]]
 
* [[Deaf history]]
 
* [[Deaf history]]
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* [[Tinnitus]]
 
* [[Tinnitus]]
 
* [[Unilateral hearing loss]]
 
* [[Unilateral hearing loss]]
 
== References ==
 
{{reflist}}
 
 
==Bibliography==
 
U.S. [[Environmental Protection Agency]] press release, April 2, 1974
 
   
 
==Quotations==
 
==Quotations==

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