Better HearingTOPICSby Herbert J. Hodgdon, Il, BS-HIS, PresidentPAINKILLERS LINKED TO HEARING LOSSyou probably already know, over-the-counter pain-killing medications such asacetaminophen and ibuprofen come with their share of potential side effects, someof which may be quite serious. One recent example of this type of side effectcomes from a study that uncovered an associationbetween hearing loss and thelong-term use of acetaminophen and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs(NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen. When researchers analyzed data on 55,850 womenbetween the ages of 44 and 69, they found that, over a 22-year period, one-thirdof the women reported some level of hearing loss. While this finding does notrove cause and effect, it does back up previous research indicating a link betweenearing loss and painkillers.If you'd like to know more about better hearing, the time to act is now. VisitBETTER HEARING CENTER to ask questions and get answers. Our staff canbring you up to date on the latest research and technology in the hearing aidindustry. In addition to our extensive education and advanced equipment, weoffer the most important benefit of all long-term care and a futureservice. Call us to arrange a comprehensive evaluation by a clinical audiologistMost insurances accepted for hearing evaluations. We are New Hampshire'spremier hearing care provider.PS. According to the study mentioned above, regular use of acetaminophen over six yearswas linked to a nine percent higher risk of hearing loss compared with using the drugregularly for one year.of unequalledBetter Hearing Center, Inc. 2 Industrial Park Drive Concord, NH603-224-9043 www.betterhearingnh.net

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Better Hearing TOPICS by Herbert J. Hodgdon, Il, BS-HIS, President PAINKILLERS LINKED TO HEARING LOSS you probably already know, over-the-counter pain-killing medications such as acetaminophen and ibuprofen come with their share of potential side effects, some of which may be quite serious. One recent example of this type of side effect comes from a study that uncovered an association between hearing loss and the long-term use of acetaminophen and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen. When researchers analyzed data on 55,850 women between the ages of 44 and 69, they found that, over a 22-year period, one-third of the women reported some level of hearing loss. While this finding does not rove cause and effect, it does back up previous research indicating a link between earing loss and painkillers. If you'd like to know more about better hearing, the time to act is now. Visit BETTER HEARING CENTER to ask questions and get answers. Our staff can bring you up to date on the latest research and technology in the hearing aid industry. In addition to our extensive education and advanced equipment, we offer the most important benefit of all long-term care and a future service. Call us to arrange a comprehensive evaluation by a clinical audiologist Most insurances accepted for hearing evaluations. We are New Hampshire's premier hearing care provider. PS. According to the study mentioned above, regular use of acetaminophen over six years was linked to a nine percent higher risk of hearing loss compared with using the drug regularly for one year. of unequalled Better Hearing Center, Inc. 2 Industrial Park Drive Concord, NH 603-224-9043 www.betterhearingnh.net

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