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Study confirms hearing concerns

In a study conducted recently by Califone (califone.com), a combined 84 percent of respondents (58 percent “strongly agreed” and 26 percent “somewhat agreed”) said that most younger students don’t fully understand that high volumes can affect their hearing.
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In a study conducted recently by Califone (califone.com), a combined 84 percent of respondents (58 percent “strongly agreed” and 26 percent “somewhat agreed”) said that most younger students don’t fully understand that high volumes can affect their hearing. For hearing-safety tips, see the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s “Listen to Your Buds” campaign at www.listentoyourbuds.org.

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