The latest tinnitus news, research and support from the American Tinnitus Association
Vol. 1: October 4, 2022
Welcome to the American Tinnitus Association's new and free Tinnitus Health newsletter, which you are receiving as a supporter of the ATA!
One of the ATA’s key initiatives is education, and we hope to broaden our impact through this free newsletter. Each newsletter will include articles on the latest tinnitus research, scientifically-grounded advice from experts, and powerful personal stories from people with tinnitus.
Some articles will come from the American Tinnitus Association’s tri-annual magazine, Tinnitus Today. We’re providing a select few for free, but if you’d like full access to the award-winning magazine, you’ll be automatically subscribed by joining the ATA.
American Tinnitus Association Awards First Annual Kent Taylor Texas Roadhouse Tinnitus Research Grant
This $120,000 grant benefits research into auditory gating and its role in the perception of tinnitus. “Gating” is how your brain filters out certain repetitive or unimportant information.
Sleep struggles keeping you up? An audiologist weighs in
By Sylvie Hébert, PhD
What this means for people with hearing loss
*If you have tinnitus, it is recommended to see a physician to rule out possible underlying medical issues and to have your hearing evaluated by an audiologist.
How one young woman coped with her tinnitus diagnosis
By Ellen Meny
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