Tinnitus affects hundreds of millions of people worldwide, with the most serve cases in the elderly, according to a new study. Photo: Shutterstock
Tinnitus affects hundreds of millions of people worldwide, with the most serve cases in the elderly, according to a new study. Photo: Shutterstock
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Are your ears ringing? Tinnitus affects 750 million people, yet there is a lack of treatments, a new study finds

  • Tinnitus is a big problem for millions of adults, a study says, and is most prevalent in the elderly. At-risk groups include military personnel and musicians
  • The condition is linked to some 200 health issues, including head and neck trauma; the study calls for more research on treatment for tinnitus – it has no cure

Tinnitus affects hundreds of millions of people worldwide, with the most serve cases in the elderly, according to a new study. Photo: Shutterstock
Tinnitus affects hundreds of millions of people worldwide, with the most serve cases in the elderly, according to a new study. Photo: Shutterstock
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