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[1] National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). National Strategic Research Plan: Hearing and Hearing Impairment. Bethesda, MD: HHS, NIH, 1996.

[2] Collins, J.G. Prevalence of selected chronic conditions: United States 1990–1992. National Center for Health Statistics. Vital and Health Statistics 10(194):1-89, 1997.

[3] Reports of prevalence from State programs. [Texas, 3.14 per 1,000] Albright, K., and O’Neal, J. The Newborn With Hearing Loss: Detection in the Nursery. Pediatrics (102):142-146, 1998; [Hawaii, 1.4 per 1,000] Mason, J.A., and Herrmann, K.R. Universal Infant Hearing Screening By Automated Auditory Brainstem Response Measurement. Pediatrics (101):221-228, 1998; [New Jersey, 2.9 per 1,000] Barsky-Firsker, L., and Sun, S. Universal Newborn Hearing Screenings: A Three-Year Experience. Pediatrics 99(6):E4, 1997; [Colorado, 2.56 per 1,000] NCHAM Sound Ideas (2):3, 1998.

[4] Yoshinaga-Itano, C., and Apuzzo, M.L. Identification of hearing loss after 18 months is not early enough. American Annals of the Deaf 143(5):380-387, 1998.

[5] Joint Committee on Infant Hearing Screening. 1994 Position Statement. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 36(12):38-41, 1994.

[6] Yoshinaga-Itano, C.; Sedy, A.; Coulter, D.; et al. Language of early and later-identified children with hearing loss. Pediatrics 102(5):1161-1171, 1998.

[7] NIDCD. Recommendations of the NIDCD Working Group on Early Identification Hearing Impairment on Acceptable Protocols for Use in State-Wide Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Programs, 1997. June 27, 2000.

[8] Morton, N.E. Genetic epidemiology of hearing impairment. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 630:16-31, 1991.

[9] Bess, F.H.; Dodd-Murphy, J.; and Parker, R.A. Children with minimal sensorineural hearing loss: Prevalence, educational performance and functional status. Ear and Hearing (19)5:339-354, 1998.

[10] American Academy of Pediatrics. Newborn and infant hearing loss: detection and intervention. Pediatrics 103(2):527-530, 1999.

[11] NIDCD. Recommendations of the NIDCD Working Group on Early Identification of Hearing Impairment on Acceptable Protocols for Use in State-Wide Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Programs (1997). .

[12] Niskar, A.S.; Kieszak, S.M.; Holmes, A.; et al. Prevalence of hearing loss among children 6 to 19 years of age—the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Journal of the American Medical Association 279(14):1071-1075, 1998.

[13] Gorlin, R.J.; Toriello, H.V.; and Cohen, M.M. Hereditary Hearing Loss and Its Syndromes. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 1995.

[14] Van Camp, G., and Smith, R.J.H. Hereditary Hearing Loss Homepage and Morton, N.E. Genetic epidemiology of hearing impairment. Annals of New York Academy of Science 630:16-31, 1991.

[15] NIDCD. Because You Asked About Meniere’s Disease. Washington, DC: HHS, 1-7.

[16] Schappert, S.M. Office visits for otitis media: United States, 1975–90. Advance Data 13(137):17, 1992.

[17] Freid, V.M.; Makuc, D.M.; and Rooks, R.N. Ambulatory health care visits by children: Principal diagnosis and place of visit. Vital and Health Statistics 13(137):17, 1-23, 1998.

[18] Alsarraf, R.; Jung, C.J.; Perkins, J.; et al. Otitis media health status evaluation: A pilot study for the investigation of cost-effective outcomes of recurrent acute otitis media treatment. Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology 107(2):120-128, 1998.

[19] NIDCD. Fact Sheet on Noise-Induced Hearing Loss. Washington, DC: HHS, 1998.

[20] National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Fact Sheet: Work-Related Hearing Loss. Washington, DC: HHS, 1999.

[21] Lusk, S.L.; Kerr, M.J.; and Kauffman, S.A. Use of hearing protection and perceptions of noise exposure and hearing loss among construction workers. American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal 59:566-570, 1998.

[22] Franks, J.R. Analysis of Audiograms for a Large Cohort of Noise-Exposed Miners. Cincinnati, OH: HHS, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NIOSH, Division of Biomedical and Behavioral Science, 1996.

[23] Mine Safety and Health Administration. Health Standards for Occupational Noise Exposure in Coal, Metal, and Nonmetal Mines: Proposed Rule. Federal Register 61:243:66347-66397, December 17, 1996.

[24] Wallhagen, M.I.; Strawbridge, W.J.; Cohen, R.D.; et al. An Increasing prevalence of hearing impairment and associated risk factors over three decades of the Alameda County Study. American Journal of Public Health 87(3):440-442, 1997.

[25] HHS, NIDCD. Economic and Social Realities of Communication Difference and Disorder. Bethesda, MD: NIH, 1998.

[26] Kelly, L.P. Using silent motion pictures to teach complex syntax to adult deaf readers. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 3(3):217-230, 1998.

[27] Steinburg, A.G. Issues in providing mental health services to hearing-impaired persons. Hospital & Community Psychiatry 42(4):380-389, 1991.

[28] Steinburg, A.G.; Sullivan, V.J.; and Montoya, L.A. Lipreading the stirrups: An investigation of deaf women’s perspectives of their health, health care, and providers. Paper presented at National Health Service Corps 25th Anniversary Meeting in Washington, DC, in 1998.

[29] Gates, G.A.; Cooper, Jr., J.C.; Kannel, W.B.; et al. Hearing in the elderly: The Framingham Cohort, 1983–1985. Part I. Basic audiometric test results. Ear and Hearing 11(4):247-256, 1990.

[30] Cruickshanks, K.J.; Wiley, T.L.; Tweed, T.S.; et al. Prevalence of hearing loss in older adults in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin: The Epidemiology of Hearing Loss Study. American Journal of Epidemiology 148(9):879-886, 1998.

[31] Popelka, M.M.; Cruickshanks, K.J.; Wiley, T.L.; et al. Low prevalence of hearing aid use among older adults with hearing loss: The Epidemiology of Hearing Loss Study. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 46(9):1075-1078, 1998.

[32] Klein, R.; Cruickshanks, K.F.; Klein, B.E.K.; et al. Is age-related maculopathy related to hearing loss? Archives of Ophthalmology 116(3):360-365, 1998.

[33] NIDCD. WISE EARS!®(For full listing of coalition members:)December 15, 1999.

[34] Ries, P.W. Prevalence and characteristics of persons with hearing trouble, United States, 1990–91. Vital and Health Statistics 10(188), 1994.

[35] American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Guidelines for Audiologic Screening. Rockville, MD: the Association, 1997.

[36] Lusk, S.L.; Kerr, J.J.; Ronis, R.L.; et al. Applying the Health Promotion Model to development of a worksite intervention. American Journal of Health Promotion 13(4):219-227, 1999.

[37] Lusk, S.L.; Hogan, M.M.; and Ronis, D.L. Test of the Health Promotion Model as a causal model of construction workers’ use of hearing protection. Research in Nursing & Health 20(3):183-194, 1997.

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