The Quiet Coalition’s founding members are everywhere. Here’s a listing of upcoming conferences where you can hear them.
Progress has been made in treating hearing loss by using stem cells to generate cochlear hair cells. The Quiet Coalition’s Chair, Dr. Daniel Fink, notes that a future treatment is good news, but adds that noise-induced hearing loss can be prevented now.
Hospital noise is not conducive to healing. Learn how 500 professionals have spent the last twelve years working to reduce noise in America’s hospitals and healthcare facilities.
Noise isn’t just a city problem. Read about the scourge of the suburbs–leaf blowers–and what some communities are doing to rein them in.
Buying or renting a place soon? Make sure you listen up before you sign the bottom line, as a new noise map shows what you’ll hear in your new neighborhood.
The Quiet Coalition’s founding members have been very busy. Find out why Daniel Fink, MD, and Rick Neitzel, PhD, are traveling to Geneva and Zurich this year.
Can Subway Noise Damage Your Hearing? The short answer is yes, and subway station design influences the noise level.
Imagine flying to New York to London in 3 hours and in silence. NASA is working to make your dream come true with a “quiet” supersonic jet.