Photo credit: bruce mars from Pexels by Daniel Fink, MD, Chair, The Quiet Coalition In this article from the Cleveland Clinic, Sandra Sandridge, PhD, Director of Clinical Services in Audiology, offers advice on protecting hearing when using ear buds or headphones to listen to music. She first notes that hearing loss is 100% preventable, and this
More evidence that headphone use causes hearing loss, not that more evidence is needed. Do yourself and your family a favor and put the headphones away.
85 decibel headphones aren't safe for children. The UK has recognized the danger of advertising headphones limited to 85 dBA as safe for children’s ears when they are not safe. When will the U.S. do something to protect children’s hearing?
It's surprisingly easy for headphones to damage hearing, says Dr. Daniel Fink. So when will someone intervene to stop the potential future epidemic of hearing loss?
Listening to loud music on headphones is causing hearing loss in children, researchers believe. Love your kids? Take away their headphones.