This is a common annoyance with a lot of owners after they have has some work done on the front suspension. After replacing the compliance bushes, the drop links or major work like a clutch change this annoying condition sets in. This is applicable to all gen of accord and not necessarily to the 7th Generation. The symptoms are more apparent when you are accelerating the car or at stand still. To ascertain the source of the noise get a helper to hear the car when setting off from a standing stop. If there is a noise form the OSF or NSF side start to dismantle and remove the driveshaft. on removal inspect the driveshaft and clean the areas shown, of any dust and other contaminants\rust from the contact surfaces of the hub bearing and the wheel side driveshaft joint. Check for any rough area with your finger. Using 180 wet and dry sanding paper, sand and clean the contact surface area's to smooth finish and ensuring the surface is clean. Then get apply a thing coat of molybdenum grease on both surfaces. Your Honda dealers have small pouches for sale. Ensure you don't over apply the grease as it make be splattered over the ASB encoder or the sensor causing more damage. Reassemble everything and confirm that the noise has disappeared, job done.