Joyce Cohen interviews Dr. Daniel Fink for her thoughtful article in the Washington Post on how restaurant noise discriminates against the hearing impaired.
A story in Modern Restaurant Management discusses potential design solutions to address restaurant noise. Dr. Daniel Fink suggests this free and easy fix—turn down the amplified sound!
Can acoustic metamaterials rescue your hearing? Maybe 20 years from now, but we don’t have to rely on some future discovery to protect hearing, we can do it now—wear ear protection to protect against loud sound.
When John Surico went searching for quiet, he reached out to The Quiet Coalition’s Dr. Antonella Radicchi. Armed with her Hush City app, they went on a quixotic quest trying to find quiet in noisy New York City.
New Jersey radio station New Jersey 101.5 gives good advice to parents about protecting their children’s hearing. Long and short, parents need to monitor use of listening devices.
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.
After a New Year’s fireworks display resulted in the death of hundreds of birds, Devon council in the UK is enforcing a noise limit on future displays.
How much time should you spend in nature each week? According to UK researchers the answer is two hours. why? No one is quite sure, but Dr. Daniel Fink thinks the absence of loud sound could be a clue.