References:1 Fransen E et al.

###References:1 Fransen E et al . Noise at work Smoking and high body mass index are risk factors for age-related hearing loss and moderate alcohol consumption is protective clothing. A European population-based multicenter study. Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology .

Led by Erik Fransen in Professor Guy Van Camp research team at the University of Antwerp, found the study that smoking, obesity and noise are risk factors in the most common type of hearing loss in the workplace.About Wake Forest University School Baptist Medical Center: Wake Forest Baptist is a refereed academic healthcare system, NC Baptist Hospital and Wake Forest University Health Sciences , which working the University School of Medicine. The system comprises 1,282 acute care, Psychiatrie, rehabilitation and long-term care bedding and is regularly one of the one of ‘America’s Best Hospitals ‘on U.S. News and World Report.

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