Noise and health in vulnerable groups: a review.

  title={Noise and health in vulnerable groups: a review.},
  author={Irene van Kamp and Hugh T Davies},
  journal={Noise & health},
  volume={15 64},
Vulnerable or susceptible groups are mentioned in most reviews and documents regarding noise and health. But only a few studies address this issue in a concrete and focused way. Groups at risk most often mentioned in the literature are children, the elderly, the chronically ill and people with a hearing impairment. The other categories encountered are those of sensitive persons, shiftworkers, people with mental illness (e.g., schizophrenia or autism), people suffering from tinnitus, and fetuses… CONTINUE READING
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