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But what if it is because they can't hear? Pediatricians have noticed that using earbuds or headphones might be damaging teens' hearing. The American Academy of Pediatrics AAP wants to prevent this type of hearing loss and is recommending screening teens for hearing damage at higher tones to find out if they have high frequency hearing loss. Kids expose themselves to noise through electronic media that often is louder than what is allowed by law in a workplace, according to Joseph F. Hagan Jr.
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If I Can Hear It, It's Too Loud: Earbuds & Teen Hearing Loss

Earphones hearing loss teens tweens
Earphones hearing loss teens tweens
Earphones hearing loss teens tweens
Earphones hearing loss teens tweens
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Can You Hear Me Now? Hearing Loss in Teens and Tweens | Oregon Family Magazine

Living with Meniere's disease means living with the constant threat of hearing loss. How do you overcome the fear and learn to accept what you can't always control? Read more. Acoustic neuromas are small, benign tumors that can cause hearing loss, problems with balance, facial numbness, headaches and fatigue.
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Hearing loss among kids and teens

Teenage hearing loss is extremely challenging to detect and treat due to its slow progression. The most common cause of hearing loss in teenagers is noise induced and it is preventable. The Journal of Pediatrics estimates that
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Normally, we hear these sounds at safe levels that do not affect our hearing. However, when we are exposed to harmful noise, sounds that are too loud or loud sounds that last a long time, sensitive structures in our inner ear can be damaged, resulting in noise induced hearing loss NIHL. According to the National Institute of Health NIH , long-term exposure to 80 to 85 decibels, or any more than 15 minutes exposure to decibels, can lead to hearing loss. Music players like iPods can top decibels when turned all the way up.
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