This Week in Food and Travel: A “Yelp for noise” will help you find the quietest bars around

A report of over 2,000 venues in New York City found that the sound levels at restaurants and bars range between 78 and 81 decibels on average, roughly the equivalent of a passing freight train. And exposure to all that sound for hours on end could mean actual hearing loss. Luckily, there’s an app to help us sort through all the noise — and find our quiet place.

In other news, Mic explored how using cloth napkins and eco-friendly toiletries could help you on your quest to a zero-waste trip, examined the supposed skin and joint benefits of collagen-based vitamins and took a look why kid meals in California will never be the same.

This app will tell you where the quietest — and noisiest — bars are

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Because sometimes you just want to have a quiet conversation over drinks.

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Guests will refuse, recycle, reuse, upcycle and compost over 99% of their waste on this trip to Yellowstone National Park in 2019.

Should you use collagen-based supplements, face masks or shampoo? Experts weigh in.

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Celebs are touting the benefits of the buzzy wellness trend, but skin experts aren’t so sure.

Soda can no longer be the default drink on kids’ menus in California

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In the United States, nearly 1 in every 5 kids ages 6 to 19 has obesity — but a new bill in California may change that.