What’s better than a cheap hearing aid? Protecting your hearing so you won’t need one as you get older. Click here to learn more.
Coping with hearing loss and noisy restaurants is not a game. Rather than teaching people to deal with noise, why not lower the volume?
A misguided attempt to teach table manners leaves a young girl with a profound case of hyperacusis. Hyperacusis Research Limited wants to help find a cure for Cindy. Please click to learn more.
Unsurprisingly, a study shows that urban noise worst is poor and minority neighborhoods. Enough with the studies, it’s time for action!
Subways can be made quieter if one tries, and BART is trying by grinding the metal wheels to reduce screech. But why not use rubber tires?
Faint Sound, Loud Impact: An interview with Kurt Fristrup, a senior scientist in the National Park Service’s Natural Sounds and Night Skies Division
How quiet should it be? Dr. Daniel Fink finds out on a bucolic vacation in Wales where the night time sound level clocks in at under 40 decibels.
Expensive headphones to block restaurant noise is the wrong answer to a persistent problem. The right answer is to make restaurants quieter!