As public health concern grows, the Pew Charitable Trusts looks at noise pollution. David Sykes finds Pew’s interest encouraging, because it will stimulate awareness.
Two Quiet Coalition co-founders speaking at the American Public Health Association meeting in Philadelphia today. Join Drs. Jamie Banks & Arline Bronzaft for their talk on noise and health.
Where is NYC’s promised Quality-of-Life Plan? Dr. Arline Bronzaft hopes it’s released soon and offers some advice and studies to Deputy Mayor of Operations Laura Anglin.
50 years later the Woodstock generation is dealing with hearing loss. Not surprising since for many loud rock concerts were a way of life. Now, so are hearing aids.
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.
Looking for a quiet space? David Sykes writes about some that are worth visiting. And don’t put it off—quiet zones are scarce and could disappear.
Why to boomers hate restaurants targeting millennials? In a word, noise. Baby boomers remember when you could enjoy a meal and a conversation.
Despite the British government paying more attention to noise pollution than here in the U.S., research finds dangerous noise levels on London’s Tube.