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Hearing by the Numbers – The Decibel Scale

The unit we use to measure sound is the decibel. The decibel scale is based on the sounds our ears can hear in increasing intensity.
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Fun Facts About Hearing and the Ears

The ear is an amazing organ. To celebrate it, here are some fun facts about hearing and the ears.
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How Hearing Works

Watch this video to learn how hearing works, as well as the different types of hearing loss.
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School Noise: How Loud is Too Loud

We’ve taken a moment to show you some common sounds children might hear during their school day, and have identified which ones we should be watching out for.
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The Speed of Sound

Understanding the science behind hearing is an important first step to improving hearing health. Download our speed of sound infographic and use it to start conversations with the children in your life about taking care of their hearing.
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