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H.E.A.R. Public Service Announcement

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Your hearing may not be something that you think to much about.

But after exposing your ears to repeated loud decibel levels in music and noise,

You may be very concerned about protecting what's left of it.

Hearing loss from noise is irreversible. Once it's gone, it's gone.

The good news is that it's completely preventable.

To find out what you need to know to protect your hearing and still enjoy the music.

Contact: HEAR at www.HEARNET.COM

or the H.E.A.R. Hotline at 415-773-9590

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Tinnitus is that terrible ringing in the ears that often follows exposure to loud noise.

You might have noticed this after a concert or rave where you were a performer or a listener.

The show is over, but there's a ringing in your ears.

For some people, the problem is only temporary. It's frustrating but has no lasting effect.

There can be more significant problems, however. It can become permanent.

And That's serious business.

To find out what you need to know to prevent hearing damage and enjoy the music.

Contact: HEAR at WWW.HEARNET.COM

or the H.E.A.R. Hotline at 415-773-9590

 

 

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