The Best Way to Clean Ears

Best Way to Clean Ears

Cleaning your ears is important for the health of your hearing. It’s also good to clean them because they can get clogged with wax and other debris. You can use gentle methods such as Read more

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Crackling in Ear

Crackling in Your Ear

The ear is a complex organ with many functions. It can be affected by many conditions, such as eustachian tube dysfunction, acute otitis media or the buildup of earwax. Crackling in the ears can also Read more

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Dealing With Pressure In Ear

Dealing With Pressure In Ear

Have you ever felt a whoosh of pressure in your ears? It can be painful and sometimes feel as if both or one of your ears are plugged up. Pressure in ear can feel Read more

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What is a hearing doctor?

What is a hearing doctor?

In the world of healthcare, there are many different professionals. Doctors, nurses, and therapists are just a few examples. One profession that some people don’t know about is the hearing doctor or audiologist. This Read more

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Ear Candles – Are they any good?

Ear Candles – Are they any good?

Ear candles are a popular alternative to medications or surgery for ear pain, but they just aren’t worth the risk.

The ear candle is lit and inserted into your ear canal. It’s Read more

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How to use ear wax removal drops

HOW TO USE EAR WAX REMOVAL DROPS

If you find yourself trying to search “how to use ear wax removal drops” on Google, chances are, you’re dealing with an earwax problem.

Earwax buildup can be a significant cause of Read more

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Practice Safe Ear Cleaning

Rochester Hearing Service Specialists Explain How to Practice Safe Ear Cleaning

Are you using cotton swabs to clean your ears? If so, you could be putting your external ear canal at risk, because cotton swabs only push wax deeper. Read more

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Why you shouldn’t clean your ears with a cotton swab

Contributed by Amanda Tonkin, associate editor

Tuesday, August 19th 2014 There are some people that swear by sticking a cotton swab (Q-Tip) into their ears to remove excess wax and debris. Anyone in the medical field Read more

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