Saturday, October 20, 2018
Blasting your brain with sound, pulses can help quiet the din of tinnitus
Researchers from the University of Michigan have developed an experimental device designed to fight the effects of tinnitus by using sounds and electrical pulses to reset nerve cells in the brain.
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