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Low-frequency noise study did not test for hearing damage or windfarm impacts
Drexl's research also did not test the people experimented on to see if the noise they were exposed to had caused hearing damage, let alone deafness. It only looked at the faint ear noises for a few minutes after exposure and the research paper …
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School hearing tests do not detect noise exposure hearing loss
School hearing tests cannot effectively detect adolescent high-frequency hearing loss, which is typically caused by loud noise exposure, according to researchers at Penn State College of Medicine. The Pennsylvania Department of Health mandates …
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Important Facts about Infant Hearing Screening
Because hearing screening programs do not target minimal and frequency-specific hearing losses. Therefore, newborns with such problems are likely to pass the first hearing screen. These problems are likely to obstruct the speech and psycho-educational …
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