hearing loss


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They examined the effects of smoking status (current, former and never smokers), the number of cigarettes smoked per day, and the duration of smoking cessation on the extent of hearing loss.
They examined the effects of smoking status (current, former, and never smokers), the number of cigarettes smoked per day, and the duration of smoking cessation on the extent of hearing loss.
The early diagnosis of hearing loss in children is especially important, as hearing impairments can lead to delayed development of listening and spoken language skills.
The study looked at people with peripheral age-related hearing loss, which is caused by problems in how the inner ear and hearing nerves function, and leads to people not being able to hear.
You probably are experiencing some degree of hearing loss if you have difficulty hearing when in restaurants, in groups, while watching television or movies, when talking on the phone, or when talking with children.
Research shows that retired soldiers are more than three times more likely to experience hearing loss than the general population, often due to repeated exposure to small arms fire, artillery, engines and explosives.
Around 80% of people who use the service are aged over 70 and many say they withdraw from social situations due to their hearing loss.
1 These problems vary according to the degree of hearing loss, frequency-based hearing pattern, whether the hearing loss is sudden or progressive, and the onset of hearing loss.
IDA is associated with several types of hearing loss, including sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL) and conducted hearing loss (CHL).
A study conducted by Sreeraj and Colleagues (2013)[11] in a rural region of Karnata ka revealed the occurrence of hearing loss as 90.
National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey to calculate future hearing loss among Americans.
Key Words: Hearing loss, Pure tone audiometry, Hearing protection devices, Ear Muffs, Ear Plugs
Noise-induced hearing loss affects persons of all ages.
Hearing loss has been reported to be a serious health problem in school children (Olusanya, Okolo & Aderemi, 2004; Olusanya, Okolo & Ijaduola, 2000; Abdel-Rahman, Meky, Allam, El-Tabakh, & El-Gaafary, 2007).
Hearing loss affects 32 million kids across the globe, and a new World Health Organization report outlines how health care workers can prevent it.
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