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[Homework]2013-03-15&03-17 高分贝耳机——听力杀手

A story affecting every American family. Here's the question: are your ear phone wounding your hearing? Right now tonight are millions and millions of Americans walking around listenting to music, but ensuring they will not be able to hear as well in the year ahead. Tonight the mayor of New York says it's time to send out an alarm, and ABC's chief medical editor Dr. Richard Basser is stepping in.
Thirty years ago, people in their twenties could all hear the rustle of leaves, the drip of raindrop, the babble of children. Now for one in five of them, those sounds are gone forever.
Normally, people will come in their fifties and sixties with hearing loss, and now that has shifted into people in their thirties and forties.
In fact, Dr. George // has to tell more and more teens their high-piched hearing is already gone. Designing head phones are busy business, high ticket must has, but for hearing loss, ear buds may be the most destructive. Some context, music devices can produce about 115 decibles of sound, ear buds at 5 decibles more, 85 decibles where hearing damage starts. Power tools 95 decibles, a lawn mower 107, a jet taking off 100 feet away 140. So how loud is the music? I went out with decible meter.
Coming in about 95. Oh, 105. Oh, 109. Here is what happens inside your ear. When strong sound viberation hit your ear, the problem inside the cochlea are fragile your hear cells. They turn viberaion into sound message to the brain. Blast them with loud sound some whether. The loud sound is brief, they recover, but if it lasts too long or happen too often, they die and they never grow back.
If you get to 100 decibles, I would limit that to about 1 hour a day.
My advice: never go higher than three quaters of your top buying, and a couple of hours is enough.


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homework 2013-03-15&03-17 高分贝耳机——听力杀手

A story affecting every American family,here is the question are you earphones ruining your hearing?Right now,tonight,are millions and millions of Amricans walking around,listening to the music but ensuring they will not be able to hear as well in the years ahead? Tonight the mayor of New York says it's time to send out an alarm.And ABC's chief medical editor Dr.Richard Besser is stepping in.
Thiry years ago,people in their twenties could all hear the rustle of leaves,the drip of raindrop,the babble of children.Now for one in five of them those sounds are gone forever.
Normally people will coming in in their 50s and 60s with hearing loss and now that has shifted into people in their 30s and 40s.
In fact,Dr. George has to tell more and more teens,their high-pitched hearing is already gone.Designing headphones are busy business,high ticket must-haves,but for hearing loss,earbuds may be the most destructive.Some context,music devices can produce about 115 decibles of sound,earbuds at 5 decibles more,85 decibles at where hearing damage starts.Powertools 98 decibles,a lawn mower 107,a jet taking off 100 feet away,140.So how loud is the music?I went out with the decible meter.
Come in about 95.105.109.
Here is what happens inside your ear.When strong sound vibration hit your ear,the problem deep inside the cochlea are fragile hear cells.They turn vibration into sound message to the brain.Blast them with loud sounds and some wither,if the loud sound is brief,they recover,but if it lasts too long or happens too often,they die and they never grow back.
If you get to 100 decibles,I would limit that to about 1 hour a day.
My advice never go higher than 3/4 of your top buying,and a couple of hours is enough.
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[Homework]【整理】2013-03-15&03-17 高分贝耳机——听力杀手

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A story affecting every American family. Here is the question: are your ear phones ruining your hearing. Right now, tonight, millions and millions of Americans walking around listening to music but ensuring they will not be able to hear as well in a year ahead. Tonight, the mayor of New York said that it is time to send out an alarm. ABC's chief medical edictor, Dr. ..., is steping in.Thirty years ago, people in their 20's could all hear the rustle of leaves, the drip of a rain drop and the babble of children. Now for one in five of them, those sounds are gone forever. Normally people were coming in in their 50s and 60s with hearing loss, but now this has shifted into people in their 30s and 40s.
In fact, Dr. has to tell more and more teens their high peach hearing is already gone. Designer head phones are big business. High tickit must have... But for hearing loss, ear buds may be the most destructive. Some contexts: music devices can produce about 115 decibles of sound, ear buds? add 5 decibles more. 85 decibles is where hearing damage starts; power tools? 98 decibles; A lawn mower, 107. a jet taking off when 100 feet away? 140 decibles. So how loud is the music? I went out with the decible meter.
Here is what happens inside your ear. When strong sound vibration hits the ear, the problems, deep inside of the cochlea  are fragile hearing cells. These cells turn vibration into sound messages to the brain. .... , some of them wither. If the loud sound is brief, they recover. But if it lasts long or perhaps too often, they die. And they will never grow back.
If it gets over 100 decibles, I will limit that to about one hour a day. My advice, never go higher then three quarters of the top. and a couple of hours is enough.


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[Homework]【整理】2013-03-15&03-17 高分贝耳机——听力杀手

A story affecting every American family, here is the question:Are you earphones ruin your hearing.Right now,tonight, Are millions and millions of  Americans walking around listening to music but ensuring they will not be able to hear as well in the years ahead. Tonight the mayor of New York says it's the time to send out a warn of ABC  chief medical letter to Doctor  to step in. 30 years ago, people in their twenties' could all hear the rustle of leaves,the drip of rain drop,the babble of children. Now for one in five of them, those sounds are gone forever. Normally, people were coming in their fifties and sithties with hearing loss and now that has shifted in two people in their thirties' and fourties'. In fact,Doctor George has more and more teams that high-pitched hearing is all ready gone.
Designing headphone is a big bussiness. High tickets must have. But for hearing loss, earbug may be the most destructive.Some context using devices can produce about 150 decibels of sound. Earbugs have five decibels more. 85 decibels where hearing damage starts, power tools 98 decibels,amongwork 107 and jet taking off 100 feet away 140. So how loud is the music, I went out with a decibel meter come in here about 95 105 109. Here is what happened inside your ear. When strong sound radiation hits your ear,the problem deep inside  cocaear are fragile your hearside. They turn wide brations into sound messages to the  brain. Blast the more loud sounds and sound widor. If the loud sound is brief, they will cover. But if it lasts too long perhaps too open, they die and never grow back. If you get 100 decibels, I will let me to about one hour a day. My advice never go higher than three quarter of your top five and couple of hours is enough.
Doctor ABC News.

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story affected every american family. here's the questions: are your earphone ruining your hearing? right now, tonight, a millions of millions of american walking around listening to music, but ensuring they were not be able to hear as well in the years ahead. tonight the mail of newyork said it's time to sent out and alarm. the abc cheap medical letter doctor rechard baster is stepping in.
32 years ago, people in their 20s could all hear the rush of leaves, the drip of raindrop, the debler of children. now for 1 in 5 of them, those sounds are gone, forever.
normally, people were coming in their 15s or 16s with hearing loss. and now that has shifted into people in their 13s or 14s.
in fact, doctor george ...has to tell more and more teens their high pitch hearing is already gone. designer hearphone drift big business high kicking must test, but for hearing loss, earbuds may be the most attractive. somes contacts, music devices can produce about 115 decibles of sounds. earbuds has 5 decibles more. 85 decibles hearing were damaged start. power tools 98 decibles. a lawn mower 107, a jet takig off 100 feet away 140.
can i talk to you for a minute?
so how loud is the music? i ran out with the decible people.
coming in about 95.
105
wow. 109
here's what happen inside your ear. when strong sound vibration hits your ear. the problem deep inside, the could clear aflatuate ear itself. it turns vibration to sound message to the brain, blast the mood loud sounds with . if loud sound is breath, they will cover, but if it lasts too long and happen too often, they die and they never go back. if it gets to 100 decibles, i would limit that to one hour a day. my advice: never go high than three quarter of your top buyer and a couple of hours is enough.
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[Homework]【整理】2013-03-15&03-17 高分贝耳机——听力杀手

A story affecting every American family, here is the question: are your earphones ruining your hearing? Right now, tonight, are millions and millions Americans walking around listening to music but ensuring they will not able to hear as well in the years ahead. Tonight the mayor of New York says it's time to send out an alarm at ABC's chief medical editor to Doctor Regal Ba is stepping in.Thirty years ago, people at their twenties could all hear the rustel of leaves, the drip of raindrops, the bable. Now for one in five of them, those sounds are gone, forever.
Normally people were coming in in their fifties or sixties with hearing loss, and now that has shifted into people in their thirties and forties.
In fact, Dr. George Siaties has to tell more and more teens. Their high-pich hearing has already gone. Designer headphones are big business,high-ticket must-haves. But for hearing loss, earbuds must be most destructive. Some context: music devices can produce about 115 decibles of sound. Earbuds have 5 decibles more. 85 decibles is where hearing damage starts. Power tools, 98 decibles. A lown mower, 107. A jet taking off 100 feet away, 140. So how loud is the music? I went out with a decibel meter.
-About 95.
-105.Wow.109.(Oh my god.)
Here is what happens inside your ear. When strong sound rirations hit your ear, the problem deep inside the cocalia are frigile hear cells. They turn bibration  into sound messages to the brain. Blast the more loud sounds, some wither. If loud sound is brief, they will recover. But if it lasts too long or happens too often, they die and they’ll never grow back.
If u get 100 decibles, I'll limmit that to about one or two hour a day.
My advice? Never go higher than 3 quarters of your top buying. And a couple of hours is enough.

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A story affecting every American family. Here is the question. Are your earphones wounding your hearing? Right now, tonight, are millions and millions of Americans walking around, listening to music but ensuring they will not be able to hear as well in the year ahead. Tonight, the mayor of the New York says it's time to send out an alarm. And ABC's chief medical Dr. Rich Russle are stepping in.

30 years ago, peole in their 20s could all hear the rustle of the leaves, the drip of a rain drop, the devour of children. Now for 1 in 5 of them, the sounds have gone forever.

Normally people will come in their 50s or 60s with hearing loss. And now that has shifted into people in their 30s and 40s. In fact, Dr. George Alexiades has to tell more and more teens their high pitch hearing has already gone.

Everybody in the club...

Designer headphones are big business. High ticket must haves. But for hearing loss, earbuds maybe the most destructive. Some context, music devices can produce about 115 decibles of sound. Earbuds at 5 decibles more. 85 decibles where hearing damage starts. Power tools, 98 decibles. A lawn mower, 107. A jet taking off a 100 feet away, 140. So how loud is the music? I went out with a decible meter.

Coming in about 95. 105. Wow, 109.

Oh my god.

Here is what happened inside you ear. When strong sound vibration hits your ear, the problem deep inside the cochlea are fragile to heal itself. They turned vibration into sound messgaes into the brain. Blast the more loud sounds, some wither. If loud sound is brief, they will recover. But if it last too long or happens too often, they die and they will never grow back.

If you get 102 decibles, I would limit that to about 1 hour a day.

My advice? Never go higher than 3/4 of your top buying. And a couple of hours is enough.

Dr. Rich Russle, ABC News. New York.
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A story affecting every American family. Here is the question. Are your earphones ruining your hearing?  Right now tonight are millions and millions of American walking around, listening to music, but ensuring they will not be able to hear as well in the years ahead. Tonight, the mayor of New York says it’s time to sent out an alarm, and xxxDr.xx is stepping in.
Thirty years ago, people in their twenties could all hear the rustle of the leaves, the drip of the rain drop, the xx of t children. Now, for 1 in 5 of them, the sounds has gone forever.
Normally, people would come in their fifties or sixties with hearing loss, and now that has shifted into people in their thirties or forties.
In fact, Dr.xxx has to tell more and more teens. Their high-pitch hearing is already gone.
Designer headphones do big business, high-ticket must-haves. But for hearing loss, earbuds may be the most destructive. Some contexts: music devices can produce 115 decibels sound, earbuds at 5 decibels more. 85 decibels is where hearing damage start, power tools 98 decibels, a lawn mower 107,a jet taking off 100 feed away 140
So how loud is the music? I wanna with a decibels meter.
Coming about 95 105 109
Here is what happens inside your ear. When strong sound vibrations hit your ear, the problem deep inside the cochlear are fragile hear cells. They turn vibrations into sound messages to the brain. Blast the more loud sounds, some wither. If loud sound is bief, they will cover, but last too long or happens too often, they die and never grow back.
If you get to a hundred decibels, I would limit that to about one hour a day.
My advice: never go higher than three quarters of your top buying, and an couple of hours is enough
My advice? Never go higher than 3/4 of the top volume.

[Homework]【整理】2013-03-15&03-17 高分贝耳机——听力杀手

A story effecting every American family. Here's the question: are your earphones ruining your hearing? Right now, tonight are millions and millions of Americans walking around listening to music, but ensuring they will not be able to hear as well as years ahead. Tonight the Mayor of New york says it's time to send out an alarm and ABC's chief medical editor Dr. RB is steping in.

Thirty years ago people in their 20s could all hear the rustle of leaves, the drip of raindrop, the babble of children. Now for one in five of them, those sounds are gone forever. Normally people will come in their 50s and 60s with hearing lose, and now that has shifted into people in their 30s and 40s. In fact Dr. George Alexiades has to tell more and more teens their high pitch hearing is already gone.


Designer headphones are big business, high-ticket must-haves. But for hearing lose, earbuds may be most destructive. Some context: music devices can provide
about 115 decibels of sound, earbuds have 5 decibels more. 85 decibels is where hearing damage starts. Power tools, 98 decibels. A lawn mower, 107. A jet taking off 100 feet away , 140.


can I talk to you for a minute?
So how loud is the music? I went out with a decibel meter.
coming in about 95. Wow
105 Wow
109  Oh, my god!
Here's what happens inside your ear. When strong sound vibration hit your ear, the problem deep inside cochlear are fragile hear cells. They turn vibration into sound messages to the brain. Blast the more loud sounds, some wither. If the loud sound is brief, they will recover. But if it lasts too long or happens too often, they die. And they never grow back.


If you get to 100 decibels, I will limit that to about one hour a day.
My advice: never go higher than 3/4 of your top buying, and a couple of hours is enough.
Dr. RB ABC news.

















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[Homework]【整理】2013-03-15&03-17 高分贝耳机——听力杀手

Story affecting every American family, here is the question: Are your ear phones ruining your hearing? Right now, tonight. Our millions of millions Americans walking around listening to music, but ensuring they will be not able to hear as well in a year ahead. Tonight, the Mirror of New York says it's time to send out a worryment ABC's chief medical Doctor Richard is stepping. Thirty years ago, people in their twenties , could all hear the rissole of leaves, the drip of raindrop, the babble of children, now for one in five of them those sounds are gone forever.
Normally, people will come in their 50s and 60s with hearing lose, and now that has shifted into people's in their 30s and 40s. In fact, Doctor Gorge has to tell more and more teens their high pitch hearing is already gone.
Designer headphone are big businesses. High tickets must have. But for hearing lose, ear may the most destructive. Some context: music devices can produce about 115 of sound, ear at 5 more. 85 diesobles is where hearing damage starts. Para tours 98 , along the work 170, a jet taking off 100 feet away 140.
Could I you some minutes? So how loud is the music? I would now with a desperate meter. Coming in about 95, 105, wow 109. Oh my God!
Here is what happens inside your ears. When strong sound hits your ear, the problem, deepen inside corcliar are fragile yourself. They turn by into sound message into the brain. Bluest wold them sound and some without. If the loud sound is brief, they will cover. But if they last too long and happens too often, they die and they never grow back.
If you get to a 100, I would limit that to a one hour a day.
My advice never go higher than 3 quarters of your top and a couple of hours is enough.
Doctor Richard BBC News New York.

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A story affecting every American family. Here is the question. Are your earphones ruining your hearing? Right now, tonight, are millions and millions of Americans walking around, listening to music but ensuring they will not be able to hear as well in the years ahead. Tonight, the mayor of New York says it's time to send out an alarm. And ABC's chief medical editor Dr. Richard E. Besser is stepping in.30 years ago, people in their 20s could all hear the rustle of the leaves, the drip of a rain drop, the dabble of children. Now for 1 in 5 of them, the sounds have gone forever.“Normally people will come in their 50s and 60s with hearing loss. And now that has shifted into people in their 30s and 40s.” In fact, Dr. George Alexiades has to tell more and more teens, their high-pitched hearing is already gone.(Everybody in the club)Designer headphones are big business, high-ticket must-haves. But for hearing loss, earbuds maybe the most destructive. Some context: music devices can produce about 115 decibels of sound, earbuds at 5 decibels more. 85 decibels is where hearing damage starts. Power tools, 98 decibels. A lawn mower, 107. A jet taking off 100 feet away, 140. So how loud is the music? I went out with a decibel meter. --Coming in about 95. 105. Wow, 109. --Oh my god. Here is what happened inside you ear. When strong sound vibrations hit your ear, the problem deep inside the cochlea are fragile hear cells. They turn vibration into sound messages to the brain. Blast the more loud sounds, some wither. If loud sound is brief, they will recover. But if it lasts too long or happens too often, they die and they’ll never grow back. “If you get to 100 decibels, I would limit that to about 1 hour a day.”My advice? Never go higher than 3/4 of your top buying. And a couple of hours is enough.Dr. Richard E. Besser, ABC News, New York
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A story affecting every American family. Here is the question: are your ear phones ruining your hearing? Right now, tonight, are millions and millions of Americans walking around, listening to music but ensuring they will not be able to hear as well in the years ahead. Tonight the mayor of New York says it’s time to send out an alarm. And ABC’s chief medical editor Dr. Richard Besser is stepping in.

30 years ago, people in their 20s could all hear the rustle of leaves, the drip of a rain drop, the dabble of children. Now for one in five of them, those sounds are gone for ever.

“Normally people will come in their 50s and 60s with hearing loss. And now that has shifted into people in their 30s or 40s.”

In fact, Dr. George Alexiades has to tell more and more teens, their high-pitch hearing is already gone.

(Everybody in the club)

Designer headphones are big business, high-ticket must-haves. But for hearing loss, ear buds may be the most destructive. Some context: new devices can produce about 115 decibels of sound. Ear buds add five decibels more. 85 decibels is where hearing damage starts. Power tools? 98 decibels. A lawn mower? 107. A jet taking on 100 feet away, 140. So how loud is the music? I went out with the decibel meter.

“Coming in about 95.”

“Oh.”

“105.”

“Wow.”

“109.”

“Oh my god.”

Here’s what happens inside your ear: when strong sound vibrations hit your ear, the problem deep inside the cochlea are fragile hear cells. They turn vibration into sound messages to the brain, blast them with loud sounds and some wither. If the loud sound is brief, they will recover. But if it lasts too long or happens too often, they die and they never grow back.

“If you get to 100 decibels, I would limit that to about one hour a day.”

My advice? Never go higher than three quarters of your top buying, and a couple of hours is enough.

Dr. Richard Besser, ABC News, New York.
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