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Many OTC drugs are linked to an increased risk of hearing loss

November 20, 2018 -

What's worrisome is that the drugs noted for being ototoxic – toxic to your ears – include those that are easily obtainable. Common over-the-counter pain relievers like ibuprofen and acitaminophen (Tylenol) are two of the drugs on the list – when used two or more times in a single week, they can increase your risk of suffering from hearing loss.

The effect is caused by damage to the sensory hair cells in your inner ear. These small hairs are very sensitive ...

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