(HealthDay News) -- If an infant has hearing loss, it can affect the child's ability to develop speech, language and social skills, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says.
An infant's first hearing screening is recommended typically within the first month of life.
Even if the child passes the initial screening, the CDC recommends watching for signs of hearing loss. These signs may include:
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