The word ‘Noise’ is derived from the Latin word ‘nausea’ meaning seasickness. Noise is among the most pervasive pollutants today. Noise has been described as a sound without agreeable musical quality as an unwanted or undesired sound.
KeywordsHearing Loss Community Participation Noise Pollution Noise Control Noise Induce Hearing Loss
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