There already are many reasons to avoid noise, including sleep disruption. Now research suggests disrupted sleep may be linked to Alzheimer’s.
Another treatment is being trialed for tinnitus. Great news for those who suffer, but we should also focus attention on preventing tinnitus in the first place by avoiding loud noise.
Venture money surges into hearing health treatments, and David M. Sykes says this is extraordinary progress for a long overlooked sector.
Will personal music players be the next public health disaster for young people? Dr. Daniel Fink fears the answer is yes, and says we must regulate now to prevent a hearing loss epidemic tomorrow.
Is Japan really the world’s noisiest country? David Sykes remembers being impressed with Japan’s quiet trains and stations and asks if Japan is considered loud, what about the U.S.?
Lindbergh Foundation interviews “The Ruth Bader Ginsburg of noise,” also know as The Quiet Coalition’s Dr. Arline Bronzaft.