John Franks shares a story from the 1970s where an unfortunate oversight led to an unconventional treatment discovery.
Courtesy our friends at entandaudiologynews.com, we are happy to share Conroy and Riddington Young’s “A Brief History of Adenoidectomy.”
Robert Traynor tells the story of how much of the research on early aircraft noise levels was conducted at Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, spearheaded by a virtual “Who’s – Who” of Physics at the time.
Wayne Staab ponders the question, “Can a sound can be branded?”
Wayne Staab explores why many people seem to enjoy the loud sounds of their beloved “Hog.”
Robert Traynor continues his look at noise exposure among the air crews in bombers and fighter planes in WWII.
Robert Traynor takes a look at huge noise exposure among the air crews in bombers and fighter planes in WWI.
Wayne Staab explores the question of whether the high loudness levels of many movies help to tell the story or intended to cover a weak story?
In this issue’s installment, Wayne Staab takes a two-part look at the evolution of the hearing aid battery.
Wayne provides an historical archive to the application of hearing aids with his column “Auriculostomy – First Surgical Hearing Aid Approach.”