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Tinnitus is mainly caused by exposure to loud noise such as music or as a side effect of some non-prescription or prescription medications, however there are several different things that can contribute to its symptoms. Tinnitus can often be prevented in many cases with the right measures, from proper protection to acknowledging loud environments. The following are some ways you

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Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, is more common than many of us realize – and yet we think of it as a rare disorder. It isn’t – approximately 50 million Americans – that’s around 15% of the population – experience or as dealt with tinnitus in the past. Tinnitus, while not a life-threatening condition, can be very inconvenient and

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Tinnitus is defined as a ringing in the ears that is believed to affect around 15-20% of people. This can be a very uncomfortable condition and can lead to balance problems and feelings of nausea, etc. If left untreated, tinnitus can cause issues with things like depression, anxiety and a lack of concentration, and this means taking action as soon

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Spoiler alert: This story reveals spoilers for the film “A Star Is Born.” The latest movie version of “A Star Is Born” opens with country-rock star Jackson Maine playing to a sold-out crowd. The music blasts from speakers on the stage, the fans scream, and the arena is filled with an almost deafening level of sound. Many of us concert-goers

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