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Tinnitus and the Brain

Tinnitus and the Brain

Autumn Health Picks

As the upcoming fall weather approaches, it’s important to gain an understanding of common health diagnoses and practices. In University of Illinois Extension's autumn webinar series, dive deeper into specific health conditions such as tinnitus and traumatic brain injuries. Learn how brain waves function, what genetic screening is, how to protect your health data, and more. This series is free and offered online.

All sessions are offered via Zoom on Wednesdays at noon (CT) from October 6 - November 17, 2021.

Register here to receive a Zoom link to the webinar: go.illinois.edu/HealthPicks2021

October 6 | Tinnitus and the Brain

Have you ever left a concert or other loud event with some ringing in your ears? It is estimated that nearly 50 million Americans live with persistent ear ringingβ€”better known as tinnitus. While there are some ways to reduce tinnitus-related distress, there is no cure. Rafay Khan, B.Sc., discusses what we know about tinnitus, what we would like to, the difficulties in studying it, and how we can help those who suffer from it.

CEUs and CPDUs are now available!

CEU's are being provided through the Continuing Education Institute of Illinois (CEII). CPDUs are available through the University of Illinois College of Education.

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This session is FREE, but registration is required. A recording of this webinar will be available at a later date, please register to receive a link to the recording.

If you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in any of these programs, please contact Chelsey Byers, clbyers@illinois.edu. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time for meeting your access needs.

Register here to receive a Zoom link to the webinar: go.illinois.edu/HealthPicks2021

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