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How magnesium may help prevent tinnitus

When nerve cells in the inner ear die the auditory cortex in the brain keeps on relaying sound to the brain, resulting in tinnitus, even when there’s no signal from the ear.

Hearing aids may keep seniors' minds sharp

A study suggests that using a hearing aid may offer a simple way to prevent or slow the development of dementia by keeping adults with hearing loss engaged in conversation and communication.

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Tarryn Richardson is a UCT graduate of Audiology. She has run a successful private practice for the past 8 years, and before that worked in the public sector of Audiology. She is passionate about diagnostic audiometry and hearing aid technology and has a specific interest in Tinnitus Management. Tarryn studied further in this field at the University College of London (UCL) in 2012. Tarryn is the proud mother of a beautiful baby boy, Liam. In her free time she loves to travel, hike and spend time with her family.

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