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Noise-Canceling Headphones Make Some People Sick

Users are complaining of dizziness and nausea when using noise-canceling headphones like AirPods. While the cause is unknown, some hearing experts have theories.

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ItIt took less than a week for Shaun McGill to ditch his new Apple AirPods Pro — the latest wireless headphones…




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Allie Volpe

Allie Volpe

Writes about lifestyle, trends, and pop psychology for The Atlantic, New York Times, Rolling Stone, Playboy, Washington Post, and more.

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