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All the way back in August we reported that Apple was getting ready to introduce new Bluetooth Low Energy hearing aid technology it developed to significantly improve the current crop of products on the market. Apple expected partners in its … Continue reading
More info…Tinnitus symptoms include humming, ringing, and buzzing noises that people usually hear consistently. There are certain techniques and treatments that can allow tinnitus sufferers to cope with the constant barrage of noise. This article has several suggestions for you … Continue reading
More info…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 in the brain’s auditory center, say scientists. The … Continue reading