Move over smart phones if you are interested in fitness trackers on the go. Here come headphones that can monitor your heart rate and blood pressure.
Hearing loud and blasting music through headphones is causing hearing loss among a wide range of people, a new poll has found.
A newly uncovered Apple patent filing has revealed that the iPhone maker is now working on a pair of headphones can be changed to amplified speakers at the flick of a switch.
Headphones on personal music players can damage the coating of nerve cells, leading to temporary deafness.
There is rising concern about the near trance-like state people can apparently enter while using mobile phones, MP3 players or electronic personal organisers.
A 24-year study of adolescent girls has revealed that music played through headphones too loud or too long might pose a significant risk to hearing.
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