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Study Looking Into Links Between Jet Noise And Poor Health

By March 27, 2012No Comments

For today’s daily audiophile roundup I would like to share an article about how jet noise affects your health as written by Pat Doyle of startribune.com. The Metropolitan Airports Commission seeks answers to questions regarding the health risks connected with living near the Minneapolis St. Paul airport. National researchers aim to prove definitively whether the associated airport noises cause more than irritation. Earlier studies have shown possible links between airport proximity and high blood pressure, insomnia and headaches.

Just another reason why good soundproofing is so important – loud noise is a health risk after all!

Read the full article here:
MAC seeks study on links between jet noise, health

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