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The use of hearing protection devices by older adults during recreational noise exposure

Nondahl D M, Cruickshanks K J, Dalton D S, Klein B.E.K, Klein R, Tweed T S, Wiley T L

Year : 2006| Volume: 8| Issue : 33 | Page no: 147-153

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