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A Pill to Prevent Hearing Loss?
Date:2/19/2009

hearing loss.

Le Prell and colleagues are currently studying the use of vitamin supplements in college students who wear MP3 music players and in noise-exposed military troops and factor workers in Spain and Sweden.

"Ear protection, such as ear plugs, is always the best practice for the prevention of noise-induced hearing loss, but in those populations who don't or can't wear hearing protection, for people in which mechanical devices just aren't enough, and for people who may experience unexpected noise insult, these supplements could provide an opportunity for additional protection," Le Prell said.

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The American Academy of Family Physicians has more about noise-induced hearing loss.



-- Robert Preidt



SOURCE: University of Florida, news release, Feb. 17, 2009


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