Wednesday, April 13, 2011

KISS: Paul Stanley to talk hearing safety on The Doctors

Paul Stanley of KISS has teamed up with the non-profit House Research Institute on a major initiative called “IT’S HOW YOU LISTEN THAT COUNTS,” to educate millions of teens around the world on preventing noise-induced hearing loss.

Paul will be drawing the attention of teens in NYC and LA to hearing health issues through an after-school event called SOUND RULES! The event, free for teens, will take place at the Director’s Guilds in NYC on May 4 and Los Angeles on May 12.

Stanley will be spreading the word about the initiative with an appearance on the nationally-syndicated television show The Doctors on Thursday, April 14th.

Paul will discuss his work with the Institute, his own hearing loss (he was born deaf in his right ear) and his efforts to prevent noise-induced hearing loss amongst teens.

Check your local listings for air times or go to for further programming information.

The Doctors – April 14 episode promo


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