How can you reduce the risk of noise-induced hearing loss? Hear It Now has a good, comprehensive list to help you help yourself (and your kids)!
Protecting your teenager from noise-induced hearing loss isn’t easy, but governments could hlep to limit their exposure to noise.
There is nothing inevitable or natural about chronic disease, says Dr. Clayton Dalton. Dr. Daniel Fink agrees, adding hearing loss isn’t inevitable either.
Why is Cosmopolitan writing about hearing loss? Because protecting your hearing today is better than dealing with hearing loss tomorrow!
Bicyclists are at risk of hearing loss. Why? Wind noise, and it’s a lot louder–and damaging–than you may think.
Here’s the best mass-media article on noise-induced hearing loss: Real Simple’s spectacular September issue tackles NIHL head on.