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Bel Marra Health, who offers high-quality, specially formulated vitamins and nutritional supplements, is reporting on new research outlining how iPod use is now heavily linked to hearing loss
As many as 20 percent of US adolescents have some amount of hearing loss, and the problem has worsened in recent years.
Nearly one-third of music listeners may be in danger of hearing loss, a survey conducted in conjunction with MTV.com indicated. The study, published in the Journal of Pediatrics, says nearly half of 2,500 MTV.com respondents experienced symptoms such as tinnitus -- ringing in the ear -- or hearing loss after loud music exposure.
A new study involving iPods and teenagers by the University of Colorado at Boulder and Children's Hospital Boston indicates teenagers who receive pressure from their peers or others to turn down the volume of their iPods instead turn them up higher.
By WYLIE, Katie A Christchurch disc jockey, who has spent months suffering ringing in her ears, wants her message about the dangers of loud music to be heard.
LONDON (Reuters) - Teenagers and young adults who listen to MP3 players too loudly and too often risk going deaf 30 years earlier than their parents' generation, a charity warned on Thursday.
Teenagers and young adults who listen to MP3 players too loudly and too often risk going deaf 30 years earlier than their parents' generation, a charity warned on Thursday.
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