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(HealthDay)   Scientists say a new therapy may ease severe ringing in the ears. Patients immediately advised to avoid all stores with a Salvation Army kettle   ( consumer.healthday.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, University of Texas at Dallas, electrical stimulations, cognitive behavioral therapy, medical complications, brainstem, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, drug interactions, anxiolytics  
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2013-12-09 11:31:52 AM  
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I've had tinnitus since birth, and would fly all the way to Belgium even if it meant a 1% decrease in the god. damn. ringing.

The tea kettle has been boiling for 44 years.  It never stops, ever.
 
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