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Print Books versus eBooks at Bedtime

An interesting article at writingandwellness.com explained why print books are much healthier for reading before bed than ebooks. The reason? Research shows artificial blue light from ebooks makes people feel less sleepy, makes it take longer to fall asleep, changes sleep patterns, and left people more sleepy the next morning than people who read print …

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Levo Tinnitus System Survey Results

On February 4, 2017, I posted a Levo Tinnitus System Review blog with my opinion on the product based on features, science, and cost. On March 12, 2018, I opened an opinion poll to get input from visitors. This is what the Levo Survey says up to today, November 7, 2018. Will you try the… Read…

Open Letter to Government TRAN Committee to Assess the Impact of Aircraft Noise in the Vicinity of Major Canadian Airports

Update: March 2019 Report submitted to Canadian government 42nd Parliament, 1st Session: Report of the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, Assessing the impact of aircraft noise in the vicinity of major Canadian airports. Government Response to the Twenty-Eighth Report of the Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities The Canadian federal government Standing …

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Tinnitus Hyperacusis Mental Health App Accessibility for Hearing Loss and Deaf Community

Scientists want to study mobile mental health apps to see what features would be the most benefit when developing apps for people distressed by tinnitus and hyperacusis. Which includes people in the “normal” hearing, hearing loss and Deaf community. It’s good news. Except it takes at least 1 to 2 years for research to get …

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