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American Speech-Language-Hearing Association: "Causes of Hearing Loss in Adults," "Causes of Hearing Loss in Children," "Hearing Loss at Birth (Congenital Hearing Loss)."
CDC: "Noise and Hearing Loss Prevention," "Preventing Noise-Induced Hearing Loss," "What Noises Cause Hearing Loss?"
Merck Manual, Consumer Version: "Sudden Deafness," "Ear Tumors," "Hearing Loss."
National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders: "Age-Related Hearing Loss," "Potential Risk of Sudden Hearing Loss Prompts Label Changes for ED Drugs," "Sudden Deafness," "Vestibular Schwannoma (Acoustic Neuroma) and Neurofibromatosis." "
American Academy of Audiology: "Myth vs. Fact: The Truth About Hearing Loss."
Cedars-Sinai: "Ear Barotrauma," "Is It Really Dangerous to Clean My Ears With Cotton Swabs?"
Northern Virginia Resource Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Persons: "Ototoxic Medications."
HearingLink: "Causes of Hearing Loss."
Hear-it.org: "High blood pressure can lead to hearing loss," "A connection between tinnitus and hearing loss."
Arthritis Foundation: "Arthritis and Hearing Loss."
Noise & Health: "Hearing loss associated with US military combat deployment."
Boys Town National Research Hospital: "4th of July Hearing Tips."
American Hearing Research Foundation: "Common Ear and Hearing Issues."
Brian Fligor, ScD, director, diagnostic audiology, Children's Hospital, Boston.
Michael Rothschild, MD, director, pediatric otolaryngology, Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York City.
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