According to a new study, nearly 30 percent of teenagers have a condition called tinnitus, a ringing or buzzing in the ears, Today.com reports.
The most recent warning comes from a study in Canada. The study's coauthor, Larry Roberts, says it's a growing problem. A senior researcher in the department of psychology, neuroscience and behavior at Canada's McMaster University, Roberts predicted technology-induced hearing loss would become a major public health problem.
Smartphones, it seems, are the biggest culprits.
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