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First Edition: November 13, 2009

First Edition: November 13, 2009

Surgery may not be the best option for children with obstructive sleep apnea

Surgery may not be the best option for children with obstructive sleep apnea

Tinnitus patients need more support and advice on healthcare options

Tinnitus patients need more support and advice on healthcare options

Not enough is being done to support patients suffering from tinnitus

Not enough is being done to support patients suffering from tinnitus

New intraoperative nerve integrity monitors from Medtronic

New intraoperative nerve integrity monitors from Medtronic

Medtronic's Q1 financial results announced

Medtronic's Q1 financial results announced

Imagenetix announces retail distribution of InflameAway Celadrin(R) gels for promoting joint health

Imagenetix announces retail distribution of InflameAway Celadrin(R) gels for promoting joint health

Coming to a doctor's office near you: photo ID check

Coming to a doctor's office near you: photo ID check

Acclarent granted key patent covering balloon sinuplasty technologies

Acclarent granted key patent covering balloon sinuplasty technologies

A nanoscale motor in the ear

A nanoscale motor in the ear

High dosage brachytherapy obtains excellent results in head and neck tumors

High dosage brachytherapy obtains excellent results in head and neck tumors

Doors open soon at new $360 million hospital with all-private rooms

Doors open soon at new $360 million hospital with all-private rooms

Sweet smells mean sweet dreams

Sweet smells mean sweet dreams

New guidelines for dealing with earwax

New guidelines for dealing with earwax

New discoveries in hearing health

New discoveries in hearing health

Team of health blitz ENT specialists on the ground in Alice

Team of health blitz ENT specialists on the ground in Alice

Youngest patient worldwide to have auditory implant in the brain stem

Youngest patient worldwide to have auditory implant in the brain stem

How anti-TNF compounds work

How anti-TNF compounds work

10% of patients in NHS hospitals may experience some kind of adverse event

10% of patients in NHS hospitals may experience some kind of adverse event

Use of intraoperative MRI adds time but care-changing information to neurosurgery, study shows

Use of intraoperative MRI adds time but care-changing information to neurosurgery, study shows