Modern life damages our ears more than we may realize. Until there is a cure or treatment, prevention is the key to preserving your hearing.
CDC research on non-occupational noise-induced hearing loss shows that non-occupational noise exposure is a real cause for concern.
Is your home too noisy? Kate Wagner, a grad studen studying acoustics, has written a useful guide to help you make your space more peaceful.
Fighting noise in your community? Be forearmed with essential information on how to convince your mayor or city council members that noise is a public health concern.
TQC founding member Jeanne Kempthorne writes about a challenge to a NY village’s code banning the use of gasoline-powered leaf blowers from June 1 through September 30 and the court decision that upheld the ban.
April 26 marks the 22nd annual celebration of “International Noise Awareness Day,” an event born in the U.S. that has grown into an international occasion.
Live in a large city? Take a look at this World Hearing Index, which ranks 50 world cities based on hearing loss.