Tag Archives: noise

By Jim Koz Why Does The Room Matter? Ever been watching TV and no matter how loud you make the volume, it’s still hard to hear? Ever walk down a long, narrow hall and clap your hands to hear a strange twang echo? Well, those are just some of the effects that rooms have on […]

International Noise Awareness Day 21st Anniversary by Center for Hearing Communication All over the world, people, organizations, and governments will commemorate the 21st Annual International Noise Awareness Day (INAD) on Wednesday, April 27, 2016. The Center for Hearing and Communication (CHC) founded this yearly event in 1996 to encourage people to do something about bothersome […]

Noise Study Facts and Why Your Business Needs One Noise is everywhere! I’m sure you knew that but I bet you didn’t know that the noise you’re exposed to at work (especially in industrial settings) and even at home over a long period of time will have a negative affect on your hearing and other […]

Exposure To Loud Noise May Cause Tumors & Other Health Risks By Brian Vaszily Bob Seger, Jeff Beck, Sting, Eric Clapton, Peter Frampton and Bob Dylan all have something in common. Their years of hard rocking have left a mark on more than just their fans — after years of exposure to loud noise, they […]

By Cecelia Brown Have you ever noticed that some businesses seem to offer a calm, controlled environment, while others always seem chaotic and noisy? Busy environments such as restaurants, malls, or office lobbies can be loud and intrusive, or they can feel friendly and inviting. A noisy work space can feel disorderly and can inhibit […]