Age-Related Hearing Loss Is Preventable, So What Causes It?
Why do some populations retain their hearing into old age? How might we prevent age-related hearing loss?
This is the first in a three-part series on hearing loss. The next two are The Supplement Shown to Slow Age-Related Hearing Loss ( ) and The Diet Shown to Slow Age-Related Hearing Loss ( ).
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