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By Hearing Loss Advice (Daren Bach)
If the problems of noise induced hearing loss are not traumatic enough for an ageing individual reaching or having just taken retirement, recent research has found that...
By Hearing Loss Advice (Daren Bach)
Previous studies of industrial deafness have found key gender differences, which can be a factor influencing susceptibility to hearing damage risk within a noisy workplace.
By Hearing Loss Advice (Daren Bach)
The issue of noise tolerance is known to be a key factor in failing to recognise the onset of noise induced hearing loss.
By Hearing Loss Advice (Daren Bach)
It has generally been found that it can take around ten years for some individuals to come to terms that they are suffering form a gradually deteriorating hearing loss.
By Hearing Loss Advice
The introduction of the updated Control of Noise at Work Regulations 2006, provides extended rules on protecting employees against noise induced hearing loss, extended to all types of workplaces...
By Hearing Loss Advice (by Daren Bach)
Hearing loss is considered the planet’s most prevalent personal injury with an estimated 10 per cent, or almost 600 million people worldwide, possessing some form of hearing impairment.
By Hearing Loss Advice
Noise can be continually in the background in a number of occupations, and both men and women with some of form of hearing loss may not become aware of the condition until their hearing has significantly deteriorated to become a permanent handicap.
By Hearing Loss Advice
Tinnitus is recognised as a symptom of an underlying and deteriorating noise induced hearing loss with possible physical causes ranging from high blood pressure/cholesterol and diabetes to middle ear infections/blockages or inner ear tumours.
By Hearing Loss Advice
Permanent hearing loss can be caused by long, uninterrupted periods of constant exposure to excessive levels of noise.
By Hearing Loss Advice
Around 10 million people possess some form of hearing loss and over three quarters of a million suffer with severely impaired hearing.
By Unified Injury
Use of the vuvuzela horn, which has become a source of great debate/controversy at this summer's FIFA World Cup, could lead to personal injury claims
By lolitap
Who thought that attending the World Cup could cause a risk of hearing damage?
By lolita
There have been numerous studies in many states such as Miami, which have shown that smokers are more likely to become hard of hearing, with age then those who did not smoke.
By New Generation Hearing Center
The National Institute of Health found in a recent study that 5 million Americans who are diagnosed with diabetes are also hard of hearing and do not receive the proper treatment.

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