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Hear the Sounds of Nature

The Acoustical Society of America (ASA)—a partner of Noisy Planet—offers interesting sounds of nature and the science of acoustics on their Explore Sound website.

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School Sounds Tour

Schools are a noisy place. Parents should talk with their children about noise levels in school and encourage quiet activities and places.

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TwitterChat on Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

NIDCD held a TwitterChat to celebrate its 25th anniversary and Noisy Planet’s 5th anniversary to discuss noise-induced hearing loss and how to reduce the risk.

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Healthy Hearing Campaign in New York City

In 2013, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene developed a series of ads encouraging people to turn down the volume on their headphones and earbuds.

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Coldplay Singer Chris Martin Has Tinnitus and Some Advice for Kids

Coldplay singer Chris Martin has some good advice for you: Be sure to wear hearing protection. Martin suffers from tinnitus, which was caused by exposure to loud noise.

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Safe Listening at Outdoor Sporting Events

Outdoor sporting events in stadiums and at race tracks can be very loud—with levels in the stands reaching 96 decibels in the stands. Pack hearing protection for your family.

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