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32 pm A high body mass and a large waist are both associated with self-reported hearing loss, a new study has found. Researchers used data from a 20-year prospective study of 68,421 women who were25 to 42 years old at the start.
It's happened to all of us you walk past someone and you can hear every beat, riff and wail coming from their headphones. If you've ever wondered whether this could be damaging their hearing, the answer is yes. In the past, noise-induced hearing loss
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Teenagers are at risk for serious long-term hearing problems caused by excessively loud music or other loud noises. But parents don't always grasp the gravity of the situation, or talk to their kids about it, according to a new study . "I think
Higher physical activity can reduce the risk for women According to the World Health
One in six teens has some degree of preventable hearing loss , but few parents warn their kids to turn down their iPods or avoid other sources of excessive noise, new research finds. "High-frequency hearing loss, which is typically noise related, has
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President visits New Zealand Hearing loss is invisible to many. The issues for hard of hearing persons are rife across the globe; the lack of available technologies inhibiting communication for millions every day. The World Health Organisation
That is why DuBois Beaver Bradley Peterson and his interpreter, Jenna Liddle Volpe, are such great partners. Unlike his identical twin brother, Joe, Bradley was born with auditory neuropathy, a hearing disorder in which sound enters the inner ear
Exposure to dangerously loud machinery makes farmers second only to construction workers in occupational hearing loss, a U.S. researcher says. Farm, said farmers are extremely vulnerable because the Occupational Safety and Health Administration doesn'