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Menieres Disease Help. Resource and information. Menieres-Help.Com

Support for Meniere's sufferers. How to live symptom free and find the cause of your symptoms. Plus indepth information on Meniere's Disease

Dana White update on menieres disease July 31st 2013

Dana White update on menieres disease July 2013

Upper Cervical Care greatly helping my Meniere's Disease (among other things!!)     List of 5 good blogs on upper cervical chiropractic care

Upper Cervical Care greatly helping my Meniere's Disease (among other things!!) List of 5 good blogs on upper cervical chiropractic care

"Dana White media scrum: Meniere's disease cured by stem cell treatment in Germany" -- This interview was April 18, 2013, and discussed a very unsuccessful surgery in 2012. Click http://www.mmamania.com/2013/2/22/4018206/ufc-dana-white-ear-surgery-menieres-disease-mma to see what he initially contemplated after the surgery and before he learned of the stem cells.

Check out Thursday's media scrum video where Dana White discusses what cured his Meniere's disease and a ton of other topics.

"Musician Paul Jansen has Meniere's Disease, so playing is painful and he could become deaf" -- Interesting story about a musician trying to raise money for Orthokine treatment in Dusseldorf, Germany through an Indie Go Go crowdfunding campaign that runs through March 17, 2014. (http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/help-paul-get-treatment-for-meniere-s-disease)

"Musician Paul Jansen has Meniere's Disease, so playing is painful and he could become deaf"

"Insights Into Inner Ear Repair," from research done at the National Institutes of Health -- It has to do with the regeneration of "inner ear tip links" (the yellow dots in the inset photo are on the "tip link"). Though not directed specifically at Meniere's, it's a pretty fascinating read at the click-through.

Researchers discover two-step mechanism of inner ear tip link regrowth: Mechanism offers potential for interventions that could save hearing

"In the most comprehensive study of Ménière's Disease to date, researchers at the University of Exeter Medical School have been able to suggest what goes wrong in the body when people develop the disease, and provide an insight into factors that lead to its development." -- Epidemiological info; no pragmatic suggestions. Original: http://journals.lww.com/ear-hearing/Abstract/publishahead/Prevalence,_Associated_Factors,_and_Comorbid.99452.aspx

A new study has shed light on the factors likely to lead to the development of a rare condition affecting the inner ear.