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“Keep the Sound” Campaign Launch
March 2nd, 11.00am
In the Oak Room Mansion House, Dublin

Many teenagers and young adults are damaging their hearing by listening to music at dangerous sound levels.

Keep the Sound campaign aims to promote awareness in young people of the importance of protecting hearing when enjoying music through safe listening habits. The campaign involves interactive and personalised feedback for each participant.

According to the World Health Organisation hearing loss will soon be one of the top ten health burdens in developed countries – yet they estimate that up to half of all hearing loss is preventable.

On March 2nd the Lord Mayor of Dublin will launch the Keep the Sound campaign at 11.00 in the Oak Room, Mansion House, Dublin..
At the launch a group of students will have their sound level listening habits assessed using using the Keep the Sound Soundheads.
The media will be invited to the launch event to report and take photographs as required.

 

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