Huffiington Post addresses noise pollution, an insidious health threat that is starting to get peoples’ attention. Read this thoughful piece, which features comments from three TQC founding members.
David Sykes, The Quiet Coalition’s vice-chair, muses about Walden, the video game, and how trying times draw us to stillness and tranquility.
Photo credit: (Mick Baker)rooster By Arline Bronzaft, PhD, Founding Member, The Quiet Coalition In their recently released ebook (pdf) “The Noise Climate--Post Brexit,” John Stewart, Nigel Rodgers, Henry Thoresby, Val Weedon, and Francis McManus explain how the United...
The CDC has taken the lead in informing the public about noise-induced hearing loss and what they can do to protect themselves and their family.
Katrina Caro was working as a nightclub waitress when she was inadvertently punched in the jaw. What appeared at first to be a dental injury turned out to be far worse–the jaw pain spread to her ears, causing a severe form of hyperacusis.
It’s World Hearing Day and the theme is the economic impact of hearing loss. Dr. Daniel Fink writes that he wishes the focus was on the prevention of hearing loss.
Accommodation for autistic customers gains steam in UK. Supermarket giant Tesco trialing “quiet hour” to help autistic customers with their shopping.
Dr. Daniel Fink writes about restaurant noise and his holy grail–a restaurant where he can enjoy the food and a conversation.