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HHF Releases New Video for ‘Protect Your Hearing Month’

Marking October’s National Protect Your Hearing Month, Hearing Health Foundation (HHF) announced that it is releasing the first of a new video series called “A Few Words About Hearing” that captures the stories of nine people—from all walks of life—who describe what it's like to live with hearing damaged by loud noise.

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Hearing Preservation May Lead to Better Brain Health

According to the article, technology has caused our brains to be “rewired” in an unhealthy way and the author provides several suggestions for optimizing a healthy brain including the avoidance of sensory overload, increasing face-to-face social interaction, and protecting your hearing.

LRADs, Trumpets, and Loudspeakers

LRADs are loudspeaker systems on steroids and are easily capable of generating outputs on the order of 120 dBA at 10 meters. Although we don’t have very good models for noise exposure over 115 dBA, we do know that levels of 120 dBA (with peaks being up to 15 dB higher) can create acoustic trauma.

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