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NIDCD

What Is Voice? What Is Speech? What Is Language?

language  Speech  Voice 

Voice (or vocalization) is the sound produced by humans and other vertebrates using the lungs and the vocal folds in the larynx, or voice box.

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NIDCD

Ajustar el volumen en los reproductores de música

hearing  hearing protection devices  hearing protection 

Ajustar el volumen en los reproductores de música

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NIDCD

Cómo proteger tu audición (3 maneras)

Para proteger tu audición: Baja el volumen, aléjate del ruido y usa protectores de oído, ya sean tapones u orejeras.

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NIDCD

¡Festeje la llegada del año nuevo!

Festeje la llegada del año nuevo

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NIDCD

References on Taste and Smell Epidemiology

taste  smell disorders  taste disorders  smell 

PubMed references on Taste and Smell Epidemiology.

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NIDCD

Charts and Tables for Voice, Speech, and Language

language  Speech  Voice 

Charts and Tables for Voice, Speech, and Language

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NIDCD

¡Feliz cumpleaños, Alexander Graham Bell!

Alexander Graham Bell! Gracias por su contribución a la ciencia de la audición.

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NIDCD

Noisy Planet Recognizes National Protect Your Hearing Month

Learn how to protect your hearing

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NIDCD

Hearing Loss and Hearing Aid Use Infographic (Spanish)

hearing loss  hearing aid 

La pérdida de audición y el uso de audífonos. Aproximadamente 1 de cada 6 personas en los EE. UU. mayores de 18 años informa tener algún problema de audición = 37.5 millones de adultos

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NIDCD

Nearly 1 in 12 Children Ages 3–17 Has a Disorder Related to Voice, Speech, Language, or Swallowing

hearing disability  language  Speech  Voice  swallowing 

A communication disorder includes a child's voice that is too weak, hoarse, or strained; how a child speaks; problems making speech sounds or stuttering; or problems with how a child learns and understands words or sentences. A swallowing disorder means that a child has trouble swallowing food or liquids for at least 1 week.

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