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The Dangers of Too Much Noise

Exposure to noise from the workplace and noise-induced hearing loss can be dangerous to your health according to a recent study.  Researcher’s found that workers regularly exposed to noise levels of 100 decibels had more than double the risk of being hospitalized for a workplace injury. Lead researcher, Serge-Andre Girard said that, “exposure to high […]

Alcohol consumption during concerts increases risk of hearing loss.

If you drink alcohol during a music festival, at which you are exposed to loud music, you are at higher risk of developing a noise-induced hearing loss. Click Here to Read More

Noisier waters linked to behavior change, hearing loss in whales.

Studies investigating whale-watching boats and the inner ears of marine mammals could soon provide new insight into the effects of noisier oceans on dolphins, whales, and porpoises. Click Here to Read More

Are Restaurants Getting Too Loud?

Popular restaurants in many of the nation’s biggest cities have a noise problem. Click Here to Read More

Noise is the New Secondhand Smoke

New York City, American’s largest metropolis, fields about 50,000 non-emergency, 311 calls each day, and the No. 1 complaint is noise. Click to Read More

Noise Pollution May Impact Heart Health

Noise—especially during sleep—may have a negative impact on cardiovascular health, according to a new study. Click Here to Read More

Happy 10th Anniversary, Noisy Planet!

It’s a Noisy Planet. Protect Their Hearing.® is a national public education campaign to prevent noise-induced hearing loss. Click Here to Read More

Noise exposure is becoming ‘the new secondhand smoke’.

The 311 nonemergency call service in NYC gets 50,000 calls a day, and the No. 1 complaint is noise. Click Here to Read More

Yelp for Noise

A free program allows users to search for and grade restaurants and bars according to their sound level. Click Here to Read More

Mice in tiny hearing devices help Tulane scientist study hearing loss.

For one in five Americans with varying degrees of hearing impairment, simply having a conversation in a noisy restaurant can be challenging. Click Here to Read More