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Do You Need a Hearing Test? Interactive Test and Widget

Do you need a hearing test? Find out! HHS NIH NIDCD

Too Loud? Use Hearing Protectors. GIF (short)

Too loud? Use hearing protection.
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Una niña preadolescente parece estar molesta por el ruido. Al ponerse orejeras siente alivio.
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Too Loud? Use Hearing Protectors. GIF (long)

Too loud? Use hearing protection.
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Una niña preadolescente parece estar molesta por el ruido. Al ponerse orejeras siente alivio.
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October Is National Protect Your Hearing Month

Woman placing protective earmuffs on preteen boy.
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Una mujer le pone orejeras a un niño preadolescente.
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May is Better Hearing and Speech Month

May Is Better Hearing and Speech Month. Communication for All. National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders logo. Side profile of a woman's face as she is speaking. Letters float out of her mouth and into the air.
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Mayo es el mes para una mejor audición y habla. Comunicación para todos. Logo de los Institutos Nacionales de la Salud / Instituto Nacional de la Sordera y Otros Trastornos de la Comunicación. Perfil de la cara de una mujer mientras habla. Hay letras saliendo de su boca y flotando en el aire.
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Hearing Loss Among U.S. Adults Aged 20 to 69

Hearing Loss Study Infographic
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Nuevo estudio sobre la pérdida de audición en las personas de 20 a 69 años de edad en los Estados Unidos
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Hearing Loss and Hearing Aid Use

Infographic: Hearing Loss and Hearing Aid Use
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La pérdida de audición y el uso de audífonos
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Taking Care of Your Voice

Taking Care of Your Voice Infographic
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Cómo Cuidar La Voz
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Listen Up! Protect Your Hearing (infographic)

Listen up! Protect your hearing
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Prevent Voice Problems: Stay Hydrated

Prevent Voice Problems: Stay Hydrated. Drink 6 to 8 glasses of water a day. Limit intake of caffeinated or alcoholic drinks. Don’t smoke, and avoid second-hand smoke. National Institutes of Health/National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders logo.
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Evite problemas de la voz; Manténgase hidratado. Tome de 6 a 8 vasos de agua todos los días. Limite las bebidas alcohólicas o con cafeína. No fume y evite el humo de segunda mano. Logo de los Institutos Nacionales de la Salud / Instituto Nacional de la Sordera y Otros Trastornos de la Comunicación
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Nearly 1 in 12 Children Ages 3–17 Has a Disorder Related to Voice, Speech, Language, or Swallowing

Nearly 1 in 12 Children Ages 3–17 Has a Disorder Related to Voice, Speech, Language, or Swallowing: Infographic
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April 16th is World Voice Day

Celebrate World Voice Day Infographic
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How We Smell GIF

Scent particles traveling through nasal passages.
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Shareable images from the It's a Noisy Planet. Protect Their Hearing® campaign

Below are some examples of shareable images from the It's a Noisy Planet. Protect Their Hearing® campaign. View more shareable images from our Noisy Planet campaign »

Put a Plug in the Noise: Instructions for Using Earplugs
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Put a Plug in the Noise: Instructions for Using Earplugs (Spanish)
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Quick Tip: Set an Example
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Quick Tip: Set an Example (Spanish)
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How to Protect Your Hearing (3 Ways)
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How to Protect Your Hearing (3 Ways) (Spanish)
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