NY Times Lists Best Kids’ Headphones for Safer Listening

Buyer Beware: If this holiday season you are searching for safer headphones to protect the ears of the kids in your life, you might first consult an article in The New York Times, which reveals that many purportedly "safe" headphones on the market may actually cause noise-induced hearing loss due to unsafe volume levels.

Kathleen Campbell Updates ADA Attendees on Otoprotective Agents That Are Currently in or Approaching Clinical Trials

In the General Session of the 2014 Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA) Convention held November 6-9, 2014 in Las Vegas, Kathleen Campbell, PhD, of Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, gave an interesting and lively talk on ototoxicity and the role of pharmaceutical agents in hearing loss management and prevention.

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