Jan L. Mayes writes that preventing noise from happening in the first place is better than a cure for noise-induced tinnitus, hyperacusis, and other hearing damage caused by noise.
David Pogue writes about what people with disabilities would like us to know before we stare. Dr. Daniel Fink adds his thoughts about what people with invisible disabilities would like you to know.
Doctors with disabilities? Yes, we are people too. Too often, however, doctors hide their disabilities. Dr. Daniel Fink talks about auditory disabilities and says they should be destigmatized.
The NIDCD has appointed a new director. Click to learn more about the new director, Debara L. Tucci, M.D., M.S., M.B.A., who began her career as an audiologist.
Universal design aims to design spaces and things for everyone to use. So why aren’t public spaces designed to let everyone hear and be heard?
Hearing noise? Here’s how to find out where it’s coming from.But keep in mind that sometimes the cause of the noise isn’t external, it could be tinnitus.