Friday, June 26, 2015
Fireworks can hurt kids' ears
Fireworks shows can produce 130-190 decibels of sound. The World Health Org recommends children not be exposed to more than 140.
The best thing to avoid trouble is to keep kids a long distance from the fireworks--ate least 500 feet.
Also, you might want to consider ear plugs of headphones.
You know how you parents are already hearing some voices as muffled or half-read lips from loud amps at concerts? Well, kids are not immune!
Also--ear protection can be useful if children are scared by loud noises.