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In the latest Quick Questions by SciShow, Michael Aranda explains the science behind tinnitus, a ringing in the ears caused by hearing loss, which affects 20% of the population.
Sounds 90 decibels or higher — louder than a lawnmower — make your hair cells whip around so fast that their tips actually break off.

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