The study from Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit showed that healthy rats are less likely to suffer the long-term effects of noise-induced hearing loss when given resveratrol before being exposed to loud noise for a long period of time.
What does N-IHL stand for?
N-IHL stands for Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
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Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A new drug may be able to combat noise-induced hearing loss.
He said: "Traditionally, noise-induced hearing loss was a disease of adults who worked in noisy occupations or used firearms.
Traditionally, noise-induced hearing loss was a disease of adults who worked in noisy occupations or used firearms," he said.
Claire Hodgson specialises in cases of hand arm vibration syndrome (HAVS), typically known as vibration white finger, as well as noise-induced hearing loss, asbestosis, mesothelioma and other conditions caused at work.
In a 2007 study of New York City mass transit systems, including subways, buses, ferries, tramway and commuter railways, researchers found that subway cars and boarding platforms were home to the worst noise levels, though all transit types created noise levels at which noise-induced hearing loss is considered a possibility.