The Health Impact of the City Living

Living in a city has obvious benefits but also some disadvantages. Air pollution is the one people can think of and has the risk of the cardiovascular diseases and the respiratory diseases. The exposure is another one that is easy to be ignored. In fact, it is a health threat and can cause the stress,Continue reading “The Health Impact of the City Living”

Dr. Neitzel Discuss the Toll of Noise on Bodies and Environment

In the decades since 1978, studies have underscored the significance of the hazed of the noise to the health of people. The exposure of noise can increases the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and so much more. Dr. Neitzel discuss the toll of noise on bodies and also environment and how to mitigateContinue reading “Dr. Neitzel Discuss the Toll of Noise on Bodies and Environment”

Health Impact from City Noise

When more people move to the city, more people start to suffer from the city noise, especially from the heavy traffic and construction due to the city’s convenience and development. The dense urban environmental cities can have background noise high enough to cause the hearing loss after year or even decades of exposure. The loudContinue reading “Health Impact from City Noise”

Noisiest Jobs in America

CDC estimate that 22 million Americans are exposed to noise at work. The noisiest jobs can be determined by the noise exposure data from the University of Michigan’s Job Exposure Matrix.  Nearly half of these noisiest jobs in America are production occupations and the vast majority of these jobs do not pay well and also haveContinue reading “Noisiest Jobs in America”

Quietest Air Fryers Recommended by Customer Reports

Dr. Rick Neitzel says that the level of noise from most kitchen appliances are not harmful but annoying. The air fryer is one of the types with a fast growth in the market. The article from CR tested multiple air fryers to find out the quietest ones for recommendation. The full article can be readContinue reading “Quietest Air Fryers Recommended by Customer Reports”

During the Pandemic: Less Noise Help Ears But Not Hearts or Brains

Over the last year, the noise was reduced by 3 decibel levels based on the research results from Dr. Neitzel’s team. That’s enough to potentially reduce adverse health impacts, such as hearing loss. However, all the other negative emotions leading to the stress raise concerns of increased health impacts on hearts and brains. The heartContinue reading “During the Pandemic: Less Noise Help Ears But Not Hearts or Brains”