Most adults — as part of their health regimen — schedule regular checkups with their doctors,...
Certain environments are not conducive to hearing easily. Loud sporting events. Busy restaurants. Places...
Today’s hearing fact isn’t surprising when you think about it. Most hearing loss is subtle and...
Last year, The Atlantic published an article about noise pollution titled, “City Noise Might Be...
Readers of the publication Trends in Neurosciences will already know today’s fact. For the other 99.9...
Exposure to sounds 85 decibels (dB) and above is all it takes to damage your hearing. A food blender is 88...
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