Millions of Americans don’t protect their ears

Millions of Americans don’t protect their ears

Millions of Americans don’t protect their ears from noise, creating a generation burdened with hearing loss and more. Dr. Daniel Fink wonders if people would be motivated to protect their hearing and fight for quiet if they knew that noise caused hearing loss, tinnitus, and hyperacusis–none of which can be cured.

The perils of fame?

The perils of fame?

The perils of fame? For pop stars one peril is hearing damage–either hearing loss or tinnitus–a common injury among professional musicians.

Can teens get tinnitus?

Can teens get tinnitus?

Can teens get tinnitus? Sadly, yes. Emily Barker writes about how she developed tinnitus and hyperacusis at age 19 after a one-time exposure to loud sound at a night club.

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