According to a study conducted by Adele M. Goman and Frank R. Lin of John Hopkins University, a shocking 38.3 (23% of population) million of Americans aged 12 years and older are struggling with hearing loss.
According to this study, nearly 25 million people have mild hearing loss, 10.7 – moderate and almost 2 million – severe to profound hearing loss. “Older individuals displayed a higher prevalence of hearing loss and more severe levels of loss. Across most ages, the prevalence was higher among Hispanic and non-Hispanic Whites than among non-Hispanic Blacks and was higher among men than women.” – Goman and Lin
Read More: http://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/abs/10.2105/AJPH.2016.303299