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Tinnitus is a noise (e.g., buzzing, ringing, roaring) in one or both ears or in the head when there is no external sound present. According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), 40 million Americans experience tinnitus of some type. That is, tinnitus affects about 17% of the general population. An estimated 7 to 10 million suffer from severe, annoying,

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21st CENTURY TECHNOLOGY LEADS TO BETTER HEARING DR. T K. PARTHASARATHY   In the good old days, hearing aids weren’t very smart. Hearing aids amplified sound the same, whether the sound was soft or loud, low-pitched or high-pitched, in front of you or behind you. Fortunately, today’s hearing aids are much smarter. The 21 st century digital hearing aid monitors

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Hearing loss can affect all ages. Whether you’re a youth, a young adult, an adult or a senior citizen, the time to seek treatment for a hearing impediment is as early on as possible. Dr. T.K. Parthasarathy offers just that at his Better Hearing Clinic, LLC. offices, located in Glen Carbon, St. Louis, and Alton. As a former SIUE professor

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Original article appears in the Edwardsville Intelligencer . On May 21, 1986, President Ronald Reagan issued a formal proclamation designating May as the official month to “heighten public awareness” about hearing loss and speech disorders. Ronald Reagan is one among many famous personalities with hearing loss. One other famous person is Helen Keller who once said that while blindness kept

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May is Better Hearing and Speech Month On May 21, 1986 , President Ronald Reagan issued a formal proclamation designating May as the official month to “heighten public awareness” about hearing loss and speech disorders. Ronald Reagan is one among many famous personalities with hearing loss. One other famous person is Helen Keller who once said that while blindness kept

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