Neuroscientists are learning how the brain singles out one sound among many. Click here to find out why this research is important.
An interesting report on access + ability. Technology is helping people with disabilities. But we also try to prevent disability too.
March 3 is World Hearing Day. The WHO’s campaign–“Hear the Future”–draws attention to the anticipated increase in hearing loss worldwide.
Noise sensitivity is all in your head–and this report proves it: Finnish study shows brain differences in people with noise sensitivity.
Loud music is just as addictive as smoking. Break the habit and save your hearing by lowering the volume and protecting your ears.
Are noise-filled trains bad for your health? YES!!! So why do we put up with anti-social miscreants who impose their noise on public spaces?
Is there universality in music? A new Harvard U. study says yes, as scientists find music seems to be universal across different cultures.
Cigarette use has dropped sharply among teens, so can public health authorities focus on preventing noise-induced hearing loss next?