The Sound Barrier

It’s refreshing to see journalists in the Weekend Australian article “The Sound Barrier” addressing the question of why we are letting our musicians go deaf for a living. So often this horrifying truth is blatantly ignored! The article advocates musicians […]
March 5, 2018 | Noise

A hearing aid is only as good as your ear

Are you reluctant to get a hearing aid? Are you sick of your partner and friends telling you that you are going deaf? Have you heard people say they got a hearing aid and it didn’t work for them? Don’t […]
February 27, 2017 | Ear Research

Auditory Deprivation – Why Treat Hearing Loss Early

When most people are faced with the fact that they may be losing their hearing, they will  often opt for denial. This is partly because hearing loss is usually very gradual, so you adapt to it and don’t realise it’s […]
April 23, 2013 | Auditory deprivation

Olympics for the ear

We don’t generally think of listening as an Olympic sport do we? We don’t think of training or improving our hearing or listening ability, or developing our ear muscles? However, when we look at hearing and listening from a Sound […]
August 7, 2012 | Ear muscles

Noise health effects

Have you ever thought about the possible health effects of noise, apart from it just being annoying? In addition to hearing loss, noise has also been shown to cause stress and hypertension, heart disease and insomnia. It has even been […]
July 16, 2012 | General

Call for noise warnings on i-Pods in UK

An organisation for the deaf wants Apple and other manufacturers of MP3 players to print bigger warnings about the risks of hearing loss. The British organization RNID (Royal National Institute of the Deaf) is requesting that Apple and other manufacturers […]
March 1, 2011 | General

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