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.
Is the pandemic causing a reduction in noise pollution? Dr. Arline Bronzaft says yes, but wonders whether post-pandemic efforts will be made to promote quiet.
As public health concern grows, the Pew Charitable Trusts looks at noise pollution. David Sykes finds Pew’s interest encouraging, because it will stimulate awareness.
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Are electric vehicles as quiet as promised? Jeanine Botta of Silence the Horns is not convinced. Click here to find out why.