What Sound? Popular Music Devices Could Be Dialing Up Hearing Losses

The popularity of personal music devices like iPods and other MP3 players and their lack of sound-limiting controls has an ear specialist concerned. These devices, when combined with attached ear buds and headphones, can generate sound levels up to 115 decibels, well above the highest level of 85 decibels recommended by most hearing experts. Read more in this article about the recommendations and what things to do to protect your hearing.

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