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About -- -- -- house call on your house doctors are Rosenfeld that your kids have iPods.
Can hear the music even when they have got the earphones and barriers Leno might be good idea to try and get that volume level -- because it's too loud.
Doctor Rosenfeld warns us all that music could do a lot of damage dot com how that could.
You know hearing loss is an increasingly important problem.
In this country and the -- that is due to the fact.
That our kids are growing up.
Listening to loud music especially on their earphones.
And prolonged exposure.
To this music -- wonder no matter how wonderful it is can cause hearing loss.
My advice to you is this.
If you're buying -- son or daughter.
Have -- -- -- the distributor who reduce the volume.
Two by about a third.
And and so that they are protected.
Against loud noises if they're wearing.
Headphones and you can hear the music through those headphones that music is too loud and continued over long periods of time.
That can affect the hearing so what I do in my own family when -- -- my grandchildren.
Or others who have been musical things to listen to arranged to have the volume reduced.
At the source so they don't have any problem whether it.
-- didn't even know that was possible and you get old mention my name I mean you're definitely gonna give me credit on that one.
If you are older and -- listening I know it's a problem with teens.
Are you more or less for damages you get older -- any age -- loud sounds.
But you know and children when they're peering processes are developing.
That is there even more vulnerable.
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