Oh, the noise, noise, noise
The holidays can be a noisy time as children pop in the batteries to their new toys and turn them on.
But more than an occasional annoyance, sound effects on some electronic games and devices can be loud enough to cause hearing damage, health experts warn.
The Minnesota-based Sight & Hearing Association released its annual Noisy Toys List last month, giving parents and gift givers an idea of just how loud some toys can get.
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