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Study to Test New Tinnitus 'Treatment'

March 20, 2012 — A new clinical trial is to test whether a pocket-sized device that uses sound simulation to reboot faulty ‘wiring’ in the brain could cure people with the debilitating hearing disorder ... > full story

Internet-Based Therapy Relieves Persistent Tinnitus, Study Suggests

March 7, 2012 — Those suffering from nagging tinnitus can benefit from internet-based therapy just as much as patients who take part in group therapy sessions. These are the findings of a German-Swedish study in ... > full story

Tinnitus: New Evidence Touch-Sensing Nerve Cells May Fuel 'Ringing in the Ears'

February 1, 2012 — A new study finds new evidence that touch-sensing nerve cells may fuel tinnitus. Future treatments may target these ... > full story

Cancer Drug Cisplatin Found to Bind Like Glue in Cellular RNA

November 21, 2011 — An anti-cancer drug used extensively in chemotherapy binds pervasively to RNA -- up to 20-fold more than it does to DNA, a surprise finding that suggests new targeting approaches might be useful, ... > full story

First Large-Scale Study of Pain Reveals Risk Factors

November 10, 2011 — Researchers have developed a comprehensive set of clinical characteristics that they say will lead to the ability to identify individuals at risk for developing painful jaw ... > full story

Tinnitus Discovery Could Lead to New Ways to Stop the Ringing: Retraining the Brain Could Reanimate Areas That Have Lost Input from the Ear

September 13, 2011 — People with tinnitus -- a constant ringing or buzzing in the ears -- can take heart from a new study by neuroscientists that points to several new strategies for alleviating the problem. In ... > full story

Cotton Swabs Prove Problematic for Ear Health

April 28, 2011 — A new study shows a direct association between cotton swab use and ruptured eardrum. The study also shows that in most cases the rupture heals on its own and surgery is only necessary for the most ... > full story

Tinnitus Caused by Too Little Inhibition of Brain Auditory Circuits, Study Finds

April 19, 2011 - Tinnitus, a relentless ringing in the ears known to disable soldiers exposed to blasts, unwary listeners of too-loud music and millions more, is the result of under-inhibition of key neural pathways ... > full story

Brain Nerve Stimulation Could Speed Up Learning, Study Suggests

April 14, 2011 - In a breakthrough that may aid treatment of learning impairments, strokes, tinnitus and chronic pain, researchers have found that brain nerve stimulation accelerates learning in laboratory tests ... > full story

Workplace Noise-Related Hearing Loss Affects Sleep Quality

March 14, 2011 — Although tinnitus was reported as the main sleep disrupting factor, hearing impairment among workers exposed to harmful noise contributed to sleep impairment, especially to insomnia, regardless of ... > full story

Tinnitus Is the Result of the Brain Trying, but Failing, to Repair Itself

January 15, 2011 — Tinnitus appears to be produced by an unfortunate confluence of structural and functional changes in the brain, say ... > full story

Tinnitus Treatment: Rebooting the Brain Helps Stop the Ring of Tinnitus in Rats

January 13, 2011 — Targeted nerve stimulation could yield a long-term reversal of tinnitus, a debilitating hearing impairment affecting at least 10 percent of senior citizens and up to 40 percent of military veterans, ... > full story

US Soldiers With Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder More Likely to Feel Long-Term Psychological Effect

January 4, 2011 — Combat-related post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms appear to be associated with longer-term physical (headache, tinnitus), emotional (irritability) and cognitive (diminished concentration or ... > full story

'White-Noise' Therapy Alone Not Enough to Curb Tinnitus

December 12, 2010 — Tinnitus -- what many think of as "ringing in the ears" -- is the perception of sound without any real acoustic stimulation. Sound masking therapy, a common component of tinnitus treatment, is of ... > full story

Tinnitus in the Elderly Is Prevalent and Impacts Quality of Life

October 7, 2010 — Tinnitus is common among elderly Nigerians and associated with treatable health conditions like otitis media, rhinosinusitis, head injury and hypertension, according to new... > full story

Hooked on Headphones? Personal Listening Devices Can Harm Hearing, Study Finds

September 1, 2010 — Personal listening devices like iPods have become increasingly popular among young -- and not-so-young -- people in recent years. But music played through headphones too loud or too long might pose a ... > full story

Prolonged Mobile Phone Use May Be Linked to Tinnitus

July 20, 2010 — Regularly using a mobile phone for at least four years seems to be associated with a doubling in the risk of developing chronic tinnitus (persistent ringing/roaring/hissing in the ear), indicates a ... > full story

Imaging Reveals How Brain Fails to Tune out Phantom Sounds of Tinnitus

June 23, 2010 - About 40 million people in the US today suffer from tinnitus, an irritating and sometimes debilitating auditory disorder in which a person "hears" sounds, such as ringing, that don't actually exist. ... > full story

Performers of Classical Music Can Suffer from Hearing Problems, Too

April 28, 2010 — Musicians have hearing problems caused by prolonged exposure to sound. This also applies to performers of classical music, who are exposed to high sound levels. Hearing problems also affect the ... > full story

Tinnitus Does Not Appear to Be a Highly Inherited Condition, Study Suggests

February 16, 2010 — Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, does not appear to be a highly inherited condition (i.e., does not pass frequently from parents to offspring), according to a new ... > full story

Study Casts Doubt on Caffeine Link to Tinnitus

January 12, 2010 — New research has found giving up caffeine does not relieve tinnitus and acute caffeine withdrawal might add to the problem. This is the first study of its kind to look at the effect of caffeine ... > full story

More Action Is Needed To Support Millions Of Tinnitus Sufferers Worldwide, Review Finds

November 4, 2009 — One in seven people worldwide will suffer from tinnitus (ringing in the ears) at some point. It is the most common injury arising from the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq and 75 pecent of 18 to 30 ... > full story

Non-Invasive Imaging Technique Can Help Diagnose Tinnitus

October 5, 2009 — A new study finds that a non-invasive imaging technique can aid in the diagnosis of tinnitus and may detect a reduction in symptoms after different treatments, offering hope to the more than 50 ... > full story

Ways To Minimize Tinnitus -- Troublesome Noises In The Ears

February 15, 2009 — Ringing, whining, whistling, hissing or whooshing. Any of those sounds in one or both ears when there is no external noise present could be a sign of ... > full story

Surviving Dance Club Music With Hearing Intact

January 22, 2009 — By tweaking a system in the ear that limits how much sound is heard, researchers have discovered one alteration that shows that the ability of the ear to turn itself down contributes to protecting ... > full story

Tinnitus: Psychological Treatment And Neurostimulation Offer Hope

November 24, 2008 — A remarkable number of patients with tinnitus demonstrate withdrawal behavior and have a negative view of life. Feelings of anxiety and depression result in patients experiencing the complaint as a ... > full story

Time, Surgery Appear To Reduce Episodes Of Dizziness In Patients With Ménière's Disease

November 17, 2008 — Episodes of dizziness tend to become less frequent over time in patients with Ménière's disease, a condition characterized by vertigo, hearing loss and ringing in the ears, according to ... > full story


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