September 10, 2010, Newsletter Issue #360: Senior health care: tinnitus

Tip of the Week

Seldom can the cause of tinnitus be diagnosed. It could be caused by blows to the head, large doses of certain drugs as aspirin, anemia, hypertension, noise exposure, stress, certain tumors, or wax-impacted ears. Check with your senior health care physician to find if your tinnitis has a specific-cause factor.

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