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Why You Should Avoid Noise Induced Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is something that we as a society accept as being a part of aging and is most prevalent among our older population. Some even question if it’s even worth trying to do anything to protect our hearing from loud noises as they have …

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Ototoxic Chemicals That Could Cause Hearing Loss

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has published a warning on the Safety and Health Information Bulletin about chemical ototoxicants and their effect on hearing. According to OSHA, these ototoxic chemicals could cause hearing loss or loss of balance regardless of noise exposure. These …

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Japanese Study – Hearing Loss and Aging

Japanese Study on Hearing Loss and Aging Over the past two decades, researchers have learned more about hearing loss and it’s profound impact on older people; it can lead to anxiety, restricted activity, and has been closely associated with cognitive decline and even dementia. A …

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WHO Addresses Hearing Loss Caused By Smartphones

Hearing Loss Caused by Smartphones According to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), half of people aged 12 to 35, or 1.1 billion young people are at risk of hearing loss due to prolonged and excessive exposure to loud sounds, …

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Hearing Loss Stats in America (Infographic)

Here is a list of occupations in America where workers suffer the most from noise-induced hearing loss. As it stands, occupational hearing loss is the most common occupational disease in the United States. Unfortunately, most of us don’t realize how damaging our working environments can

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Ototoxic Chemicals That Could Cause Hearing Loss

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has published a warning on the Safety and Health Information Bulletin about chemical ototoxicants and their effect on hearing. According to OSHA, these ototoxic chemicals could cause hearing loss or loss of balance regardless of noise exposure. These

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Learn How Hearing Works in the Ear

How Hearing Works Hearing begins with the outer ear. The outer ear consists of two parts: the pinna and the ear canal. The pinna and the ear canal can naturally boost sound levels up to a frequency of 3,000 Hz. This is very helpful for

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