A tech solution to restaurant noise? Yes, but at a cost—$60k to $80k, to be exact. Or restaurateurs could engage in some cheap self-help and just turn down the music volume.
Don’t let unsafe use of tech and toys ruin your children’s hearing. Skip the headphones and loud toys, and give your kids the gift of continued good hearing.
Are engineers interested in addressing noise pollution? David Sykes says yes, and tells us who to go to when noise is a problem in your house, city, or workplace.
Venture money surges into hearing health treatments, and David M. Sykes says this is extraordinary progress for a long overlooked sector.
Starting January, help comes to the hard of hearing at your local drug store as “hearing assistive devices” will be available for sale for only 1/10th the price of conventional hearing aids.
The Apple Watch noise app test shows accuracy within 1%. But you don’t have to spend $1000 to know if it’s too loud—if it sounds too loud, it is too loud!