Consumer Reports tackles tinnitus

Consumer Reports tackles tinnitus

Consumer Reports writes about tinnitus, and while the advice is generally sound, the article cites the NIOSH work noise limit as a guide for the general public. That’s wrong and dangerous to health.

Suspicion confirmed: drones are “a noisy nuisance”

Suspicion confirmed: drones are “a noisy nuisance”

Suspicion confirmed: drones are “a noisy nuisance,” says the majority of submissions made to an inquiry formed to address complaints arising during a drone delivery trial. Let’s hope they aren’t coming soon to your neighborhood.

First autism-certified water park opens

First autism-certified water park opens

The first autism-certified water park opens in Florida, which must be exciting for people with autism and their families. Hope this takes off and more options become available to people who can’t tolerate noise.

What is a safe noise exposure level for the public?

What is a safe noise exposure level for the public?

What is a safe noise exposure level for the public? It’s not 85 dB, even though that occupational standard is wrongly cited as safe for the public by too many organizations that should know better.

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