Iron-Deficiency Anemia Linked to Hearing Loss

If you suffer from this common condition, it’s possible that your hearing can be impacted.

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Iron-deficiency anemia (IDA), a common and easily treated condition that results from a lack of sufficient iron in the body, has been found to impact hearing ability in some people.

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