The Prevalence of Tinnitus in the United States and the Self-Reported Efficacy of Various Treatments
11/03/11 11:48 am
Sergie Kochkin, Ph.D., from The Better Hearing Institute, Richard Tyler, Ph.D., from the University of Iowa, and Jennifer Born, American Tinnitus Association Director of Advocacy & Research, collaborated to determine the prevalence of tinnitus in a nationally representative sample of more than 46,000 households—the largest survey of its kind.
Featuring ATA this new "Spotlight on Tinnitus" video produced by filmmaker and ATA supporter Jose Cassella, will be played on public television stations throughout the United States beginning at the end of January. Stay tuned! For a preview, click here.
The Dangerous Decibels project is a public health campaign designed to reduce the incidence and prevalence of Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) and tinnitus (ringing in the ear) by changing knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of school-aged children.
Back issues of Tinnitus Today magazine and ATA's historic ATA Newsletter are available in a new online archive!
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Many Who Heard the Bomb Blast at the Boston Marathon Have Tinnitus
04/18/13 7:19 am
Hundreds of people were in close proximity to the deafening bomb blasts at the Boston Marathon on Monday, and many have been treated at local hospitals for serious ear injuries. But hearing specialists say an untold number of other people could be suffering from hearing loss or ringing in their ears, called tinnitus, though they did not seek out medical help immediately.
A Salute to Silence: National Tinnitus Awareness Week is May 19-25, 2013
04/17/13 7:43 am
PORTLAND, Ore., April 16, 2013 -- The American Tinnitus Association (ATA) announced today that National Tinnitus Awareness Week (TAW) will be celebrated May 19 - 25, 2013. This year, ATA is saluting members of the United States military and all our veterans who have selflessly served, because they suffer from tinnitus disproportionately from the rest of the civilian population.
Do you have a smartphone? Or maybe you have an actual sound meter? If so, then you can help us collect information about all the loud places people are exposed to in every day experiences in order to raise awareness of noise, hearing loss and tinnitus.