hearing

'Sound' Solutions to Low Frequency Noise

by National University of Singapore

Low frequency noise is known to trigger negative physiological reactions, such as changes to blood pressure, vertigo, and breathing difficulties

Managing Laboratory Noise

by Vince McLeod

Many areas within laboratories and especially research facilities are inherently noisy. Exposure to loud noise for long enough periods can result in permanent loss of hearing.

What's That? Exercise Is Also Good for Hearing?

by Morgan Sherburne-University of Florida News Office

The researchers found that the sedentary mice lost structures that are important in the auditory system—hair cells and strial capillaries—at a much higher rate than their exercising counterparts