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Happy 10th Anniversary, Noisy Planet!

The Noisy Planet campaign celebrates 10 years of teaching kids and adults about healthy hearing habits.

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NIH-Supported Researchers Find Stable Numbers of U.S. Teens with Signs of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Research published in 2017 found that the percentage of U.S. children and teens with signs of possible noise-induced hearing loss did not change significantly from 1988 to 2010.

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Protect Your Hearing During March Madness

Basketball games mean noise from whistles and crowds that reach up to 109 decibels. Be sure to protect your family’s hearing.

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Give Your Kids' Ears a Summer Break

Give your kids' ears a break this summer by exploring quiet vacation destinations in nature, such as camping in the woods or visiting a seashore or lake.

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Line Up! To Reverse Hearing Loss, New Hair Cells Need to Stand in Formation

Scientists have been studying how to regrow damaged hair cells to restore hearing. Replacing hair cells might not be enough—to function properly, new hair cells also need to be organized in a specific way.

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Healthy Hearing Tips for Hot Summer Concerts

Noisy Planet encourages you to protect your hearing while attending summer music concerts and festivals.

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