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Overactive Touch-Sensing Nerve Cells Explain Common "Ringing in the Ears"

06 Sep 2016 2:14 PM | AAAOM Admin (Administrator)

01/09/2008 - OVERACTIVE TOUCH-SENSING NERVE CELLS EXPLAIN COMMON “RINGING IN THE EARS”

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, January 09, 2008
Updated: Friday, July 11, 2014

[University of Michigan] Acupuncture and similar methods to calm nerves in head and neck could relieve tinnitus, U-M animal study suggests.

http://www.med.umich.edu/opm/newspage/2008/tinnitus.htm



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