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Title: Sensitizing Students Of Performing Arts on the Influence of Air in Hearing Health Education for Music Making in University of Jos
Authors: Owojaiye, Sunday Oni
Elemukan, Isiah
Issue Date: Aug-2015
Publisher: Journal of Education, Arts and Humanities
Series/Report no.: Vol. 3;No. 3; Pp 49-53
Abstract: This paper “sensitizing students of performing arts on the influence of air in hearing health education for music making in University of Jos . Relevant cases dealt with are 1. The relationship of air to breathing; 2. Breathing to produce sound 3. Health hazard of the respiratory tracts; and 4. Air-passage health practice. It was concluded that the efficacy of air and air passage had been followed through the need to adhere to air health procedure, avoidance of humidity and coldness and excessive hat, adequate healthy habit become imperative. It was further recommended that 1. Examination of the nasal, larynx and the related organs should be embarked by the college authority through invitation of otorhinolaryngologist and engaged for verification of music students’ state of respiratory track. Student should be charged certain fee to commensurate with the degree of air-passage ill-health.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1297
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