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For a concert, get a pair of the high-fidelity earplugs musicians wear, says Scott.
The earplugs ended up at the Smithsonian Institution—pallets and pallets of them.
Another option: Patients can ask if there are alternatives to the drugs — such as Tylenol — or even request earplugs, which can help a patient sleep, which may mean they better cope with pain, Wergin said.
RB Leipzig's Timo Werner found that not even earplugs could shut out the deafening roar made by close to 40,000 supporters of Turkish club Besiktas.
Best of all, this spit of land hidden at the Marin-side foot of the Golden Gate Bridge, has the loveliest view of San Francisco—although the earplugs stashed in every room suggest that foghorns could be an issue.
The compact white pouch, stamped with a black pharmacy cross, contained earplugs, Band-Aids, chewing gum, business cards, an emergency whistle (whose purpose wasn’t clear), and, most importantly, protein bars.
The Bridgestone Arena, the Nashville Predators’ home, is usually more uproarious than its neighbors on Broadway, but earplugs were not handed out Tuesday night.
Bring earplugs for nighttime and enjoy awesome stargazing from the bluff top.
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