Mice Cured of Tinnitus – Could Humans Be Next?

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Tinnitus is one of the most common chronic health complaints in El Paso. It’s not just confined to Texas; some 50 million Americans experience a ringing in the ears. There is currently no cure, but new research into mice has scientists excited about a possible breakthrough that could help people with tinnitus enjoy peace and
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Coping with Both Hearing Loss & Tinnitus

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Hearing loss and tinnitus are both widespread in El Paso, affecting about 20 percent of the population. On their own, each presents unique obstacles to a person’s quality of life; when you suffer from both, the challenges are even greater. Coping strategies can help you manage your symptoms to make them less bothersome. Daily Challenges
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Tinnitus Life Hacks

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Tinnitus is common in El Paso; about one in five Texans suffers from a persistent ringing in the ears. What begins as a nuisance often develops into a full-fledged distraction that affects many aspects of their daily lives. There is no cure for tinnitus, but we do have some tips and tricks to make living
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What to Know About Tinnitus

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It’s believed that about one out of every five people in El Paso struggles with a ringing in their ears known as tinnitus. Though very common, there are a lot of misperceptions about tinnitus – perhaps because every individual case is unique. We’ll help demystify it for you. For Starters, Tinnitus Isn’t a Disease Saying
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The Link Between Hearing & Cognitive Decline

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Declining health is just one price we pay for getting older. But, hey – it beats the alternative, right? One health condition strongly linked to aging is hearing loss. One-third of people 65 and older in El Paso has hearing loss; that number jumps to half by the age of 75. Living with a hearing
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Hearing Aids Make Life Easier – and Longer

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People with hearing loss in El Paso must deal with many challenges in their daily lives. Hearing aids can help make life easier – and longer, it turns out! Benefits to Wearing Hearing Aids in El Paso 48 million people experience hearing loss. It affects people of all ages in Texas and throughout the country
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Ear’s How Your Hearing Works

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Unless you have hearing loss in El Paso, you have probably never pondered exactly how your ears work. They’re something you take for granted, like a hot and dusty west Texas summer. But a knowledge of the hearing process can prove helpful in preventing a hearing impairment down the road. The Ears are Surprisingly Complex
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Ear’s to Safe Toys this Holiday Season

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A visit to Santa is a timeless tradition for children in El Paso every December – an opportunity for a young child to let jolly ol’ Saint Nick know exactly what they hope to find beneath the tree on Christmas morning. But let’s hope the big guy in the red suit takes heed, because some
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What Causes Hearing Loss?

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If you’re like most people in El Paso, you’re probably familiar with triple digit temperatures and scorpions. But if you’ve just been diagnosed with hearing loss, you might not know very much about it. Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered! Hearing Loss Statistics First of all, understand that you are not alone: approximately 48
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Sound Matching Tool Offers Tinnitus Sufferers Hope

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October is National Audiology Awareness Month, an opportunity to learn more about audiology and the importance of hearing protection. Audiologists in El Paso treat more than just hearing loss; they also help patients manage tinnitus – a persistent ringing (or similar sound) in the ears. There is no cure for tinnitus, but a recent breakthrough
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