After reading an article about the mountain of toys our children all amass, I was inspired to write an article about how I am losing the fight with noisy toys in my home! I thought they were just annoying, but after I researched this topic a little bit, I found that they can pose hearing risks for our children!

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Comment by Stephanie Oppenheim on October 8, 2009 at 4:05pm
You're so right! There are more regulations on power tools and noise levels--than there are on toys! I'm always especially concerned about toy phones that are intended to be put up to an ear. All of the noise levels got jacked up when they started having try me packaging. The sound needs to be loud enough so that they can attract parents in the stores!
Comment by carrie on February 7, 2009 at 5:56pm
This is an interesting topic! i have been trying to rid our playroom of noisy, plastic toys for months now, with no luck. I swear they just multiply!! I try replacing them with quality, quiet toys but the old annoying ones keep popping back up and when they get gifts its always noisy plastics, UGH! But, the hearing issue is a factor i never considered! Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

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