Wellness - Safety/First Aid | 6-18 yrs

Headphone Safety For Children

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Are Headphones Safe For Your Children?

Headphones and earphones look small and harmless. But what matters is how much the sound makes your eardrums vibrate. In fact, most earphones can produce a louder sound at the eardrum well above the accepted safety limits.

Earbuds And Kids

Earbuds are useful little devices as long as they're used at low volume. But they're basically a pair of tiny speakers that kids wear inside their ears.

Hearing At Risk Because Of Headphones

Playing MP3 players such as iPods at high volumes and using headphones can actually cause physical damage to nerve cell coating, leading to temporary deafness.

Health Issues Of Using Headphones And Earphones

Know the health hazards associated with the frequent use of headphones and earphones, and how it can impact the sense of hearing.

Headphone Safety

It seems every electronic device aimed at kids comes with headphones the portable DVD player you use on long driving trips, the educational hand-held gaming unit they love and even the little iPod Shuffle you’ve loaded up with songs. Our tots are ...

Why Your Kids Should Be Using Volume Limiting Headphones

Portable devices like iPads, MP3 players, and the like are all capable of outputting sound at a level high enough to damage your hearing. While adults (should) know better and turn the volume down, kids often don’t. Read on as we show you how to p...

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