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Who is at risk from noise-induced hearing loss?

Who is at risk from noise-induced hearing loss?

There are two factors that affect the likelihood of noise causing damage to hearing – the power of the sound, and the length of exposure to it.

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What are the differences between a child who is deaf and hard of hearing?

What are the differences between a child who is deaf and hard of hearing?

Noise-induced hearing loss affects about 15 percent of Americans. Some people may get noise-induced hearing loss from one very loud noise, such as an explosion, and others from prolonged exposure to loud noise over time. There are two factors that affect the likelihood of noise causing damage to hearing – the power of the sound, […]

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10 Misconceptions about Hearing Loss

10 Misconceptions about Hearing Loss

Noise-induced hearing loss affects about 15 percent of Americans. Some people may get noise-induced hearing loss from one very loud noise, such as an explosion, and others from prolonged exposure to loud noise over time. There are two factors that affect the likelihood of noise causing damage to hearing – the power of the sound, […]

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What is Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

What is Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

One of the most common and challenging types is sensorineural hearing loss.

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11 Hearing Aid Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

11 Hearing Aid Myths You Shouldn’t Believe

Dispel these outdated beliefs before you decide whether to get hearing aids.

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