National Tinnitus Week
23rd Feb 2006
Over 4.7 million people UK-wide suffer symptoms like constant ringing noises. My father got his ears syringed once and his tinnitus started the very next day.
There's further in formation about Tinnitus Week at the RNID website, including some gift ideas for sufferers.
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