An epidemic of noise-induced hearing loss will only get worse in coming decades as today’s children begin to use earbuds at earlier ages.
Unsurprisingly, a study shows that urban noise worst is poor and minority neighborhoods. Enough with the studies, it’s time for action!
Protecting your teenager from noise-induced hearing loss isn’t easy, but governments could hlep to limit their exposure to noise.
Quiet is crucial for your children. Learn why–and more importnatly–how to introduce some quiet into your children’s lives.
When is “good news” bad news? When the press reports uncritically, leaving the public to believe that earbud and headphone use by children is perfectly fine.
Can fireworks hurt babies’ ears? “Absolutely,” says Cat Bowen, who is deaf and has a daughter who is hard of hearing. Click here to learn how Bowen protects her children’s hearing.