How does loud noise affect your health? It hurst more than your hearing, says Dr. Daniel Fink, who shares a Prevention Magazine article that explains exactly what it at stake.
Jan L. Mayes writes that preventing noise from happening in the first place is better than a cure for noise-induced tinnitus, hyperacusis, and other hearing damage caused by noise.
Hearing noise? Here's how to find out where it's coming from.But keep in mind that sometimes the cause of the noise isn’t external, it could be tinnitus.
How one loser miscreant with an air horn “inspired” by a YouTube “celebrity” prankster ruined a young girl’s hearing and changed her life
Tune into The Today Show this Friday to see a segement on Cindy Redmond, a young girl who developed hyperacusis after a misguided attempt at teaching manners went very wrong.