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  • Noise is all around us. Being around too much loud noise can cause hearing loss. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/hearing_loss/
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Jamming is loud. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and make your listening safe to ensure “Hearing for Life.” Keep the volume down. Listen to personal audio devices at a volume level below 60% of maximum. http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Sporting events are loud. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” Protect your hearing and still enjoy the game. Use earplugs or noise-cancelling earmuffs. http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon#WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Concerts are loud. Don’t let hearing loss limit you. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” Always protect your hearing. Use earplugs or noise-cancelling earmuffs and rock on! http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon#WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Playing can be loud. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” Keep the volume down, protect your ears from loud sounds, and limit time spent in noisy activities. http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • It’s National Protect Your Hearing Month! Using foam earplugs is an easy way to help prevent #HearingLoss when you’re around loud noises. Check out this video to learn more about how to protect your hearing: [https://bit.ly/2mGBMA1external icon] #NPYHM
  • Foam earplugs help prevent noise-induced #HearingLoss by letting sound in but keeping harmful noise out. To use them, all you have to do is Roll, Pull, Hold — it’s easy! Check out this video to learn more about how to protect your hearing: [https://bit.ly/2mGBMA1external icon] #NPYHM
  • A big cheer for National Protect Your Hearing Month — remember to bring earplugs so nothing can stop you from cheering for your team at the big game! #NPYHM Learn more
  • Jam out for National Protect Your Hearing Month! Remember to wear earplugs at your favorite concerts to prevent #HearingLoss. #NPYHM Learn more
  • It’s #WorldHearingDay! Check out this interactive infographic from @CDCEnvironment to learn how you can protect your hearing and still do the stuff you love:  https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/hearing_loss/infographic
  • This #WorldHearingDay, spread the word about noise-induced hearing loss with this video from @CDCgov: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hiX8FxkDmwc
  • Before you plug in your earbuds, watch this video to see how listening to music too loudly can hurt your hearing over time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krqGja-pDcc #WorldHearingDay
  • Don’t let loud noise damage your hearing forever. Check out @CDCEnvironment’s podcast for tips to protect your ears now: https://www2c.cdc.gov/podcasts/player.asp?f=8646727 #WorldHearingDay
  • Check out this video to learn how loud sounds can damage your ears: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krqGja-pDcc
  • POLL: It’s time for a #WorldHearingDay quiz! Which of these sounds damages your hearing the quickest?
    • Sports events
    • Rock concerts
    • Sirens (from ambulances or police cars)
    • Fireworks

(Answer: All of the above)

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  • Noise is all around us. Being around too much loud noise can cause hearing loss. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/hearing_loss/
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Jamming is loud. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and make your listening safe to ensure “Hearing for Life.” Keep the volume down. Listen to personal audio devices at a volume level below 60% of maximum. http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Sporting events are loud. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” Protect your hearing and still enjoy the game. Use earplugs or noise-cancelling earmuffs. http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon#WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Concerts are loud. Don’t let hearing loss limit you. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” Always protect your hearing. Use earplugs or noise-cancelling earmuffs and rock on! http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon#WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Playing can be loud. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” Keep the volume down, protect your ears from loud sounds, and limit time spent in noisy activities. http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • This National Protect Your Hearing Month, CDC encourages people to use hearing protection (earplugs and noise-cancelling earmuffs) to protect their hearing from loud noises. Get your hearing checked if you think there might be a problem. To learn more about how to protect your hearing, visit http://bit.ly/2mzo5CAexternal icon.
  • October is National Protect Your Hearing Month! If you’re headed to a concert or sporting event, remember to bring foam earplugs to protect your hearing from loud noises. Check out this video to learn how to use earplugs and find out about other ways to prevent hearing loss: [https://bit.ly/2mGBMA1external icon]
  • Loud noises can make you lose your hearing. The good news is that foam earplugs protect your ears by letting sound in but keeping harmful noise out. And they’re easy to use! Check out this video to learn more about foam earplugs and other ways to protect your hearing: [https://bit.ly/2mGBMA1external icon]
  • Winning the big game is cause for celebration! Losing your hearing isn’t. Once your hearing is gone, you can’t get it back — so it’s important to protect your ears now. This National Protect Your Hearing Month, wear earplugs and cheer for your team worry-free!
  • Seeing your favorite band live in concert? Dream come true!
    Losing your hearing? Not so much.
  • Being around too much loud noise can make you lose your hearing for good. This National Protect Your Hearing Month, take steps to keep your ears safe, like wearing earplugs when you jam out to your favorite band. Learn more
  • It’s National Protect Your Hearing Month!
    Some of life’s best moments come with loud noise — like your home team’s championship game, or seeing your favorite band in concert. But being around too much loud noise can make you lose your hearing for good, so it’s important to take steps to keep your ears safe.
    How do you protect your hearing? Tell us in the comments below — and learn more here: https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/hearing_loss/infographic/
  • It’s National Protect Your Hearing Month!
    There’s nothing better than popping on your headphones and letting your favorite song take you away. But what if you couldn’t hear your favorite tunes anymore? Too much loud noise — like headphones at full volume — can make you lose your hearing for good. Watch this video to learn more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krqGja-pDcc
  • It’s National Protect Your Hearing Month!
    Noise-induced hearing loss is no joke. Once your hearing is gone, you can’t get it back — so it’s important to protect your ears now. Listen to this podcast for tips on protecting your hearing: https://www2c.cdc.gov/podcasts/player.asp?f=8646727
  • It’s World Hearing Day!
    Some of life’s best moments come with loud noise — your home team’s championship game, seeing your favorite band in concert, or watching fireworks in the summer. But being around too much loud noise can make you lose your hearing for good, so it’s important to take steps to keep your ears safe.How do you protect your hearing? Tell us in the comments below — and learn more here: https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/hearing_loss/infographic/
  • It’s World Hearing Day! There’s nothing better than popping on your headphones and letting your favorite song take you away. But what if you couldn’t hear your favorite tunes anymore? Too much loud noise — like headphones at full volume — can make you lose your hearing for good.Watch this video to learn more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krqGja-pDcc
  • It’s World Hearing Day! Noise-induced hearing loss is no joke. Once your hearing is gone, you can’t get it back — so it’s important to protect your ears now. Listen to this podcast for tips on protecting your hearing: https://www2c.cdc.gov/podcasts/player.asp?f=8646727
  • POLL: Listen up! It’s time for a pop quiz. Which of these sounds damages your hearing the quickest?
    • Sports events
    • Rock concert
    • Sirens (from ambulances or police cars)
    • Fireworks

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  • Noise is all around us. Being around too much loud noise can cause hearing loss. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/hearing_loss/
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Jamming is loud. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and make your listening safe to ensure “Hearing for Life.” Keep the volume down. Listen to personal audio devices at a volume level below 60% of maximum. http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Sporting events are loud. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” Protect your hearing and still enjoy the game. Use earplugs or noise-cancelling earmuffs. http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Concerts are loud. Don’t let hearing loss limit you. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” Always protect your hearing. Use earplugs or noise-cancelling earmuffs and rock on! http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Playing can be loud. Join CDC and WHO this World Hearing Day – March 3, 2020 and help make “Hearing for Life.” Keep the volume down, protect your ears from loud sounds, and limit time spent in noisy activities. http://bit.ly/2V94atuexternal icon
    #WorldHearingDay
    #hearingcare
    #safelistening
  • Loud noises — like at concerts — can make you lose your hearing. To protect your hearing, use foam earplugs! It’s easy — all you have to do is Roll, Pull, Hold. Check out this video to learn more about earplugs and other ways to prevent #HearingLoss so you can have fun without hurting your hearing: [https://bit.ly/2mGBMA1external icon] #NPYHM
  • Heading to a concert or sporting event? Wear foam earplugs to help prevent noise-induced #HearingLoss. Just Roll, Pull, Hold and you can have fun without worrying about your hearing. Check out this video to learn more about foam earplugs and other ways to protect your hearing: [https://bit.ly/2mGBMA1external icon] #NPYHM
  • Wear your team colors proudly — and your earplugs, too! It’s National Protect Your Hearing Month and wearing earplugs at sporting events is the best way to prevent #HearingLoss. #NPYHM Learn more
  • Tag your concert buddy to remind them to pack earplugs! Learn more. #NPYHM #HearingLoss
  • Turn it down. Your favorite song will still sound great — and your ears will thank you! #NPYHM #HearingLoss
  • Tag your concert buddy to remind them to pack earplugs! #WorldHearingDay #HearingLoss
  • Turn it down. Your favorite song will still sound great — and your ears will thank you! #WorldHearingDay #HearingLoss
  • In honor of World Hearing Day, take these 2 steps to protect your hearing: avoid loud noises and wear earplugs. #WorldHearingDay #HearingLoss
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