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Ear Wax

Ear Wax Removal Home Remedy: Olive Oil

Olive oil is a common home remedy for removing earwax, or cerumen. Earwax is normally present in the ear, acting to protect your i...
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How to Clean Ears With Q-Tips

The outer part of your ear canal has special glands that secrete a waxy substance called cerumen. According to MedicineNet, the pu...
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How to Clean Ears With Hydrogen Peroxide

Ear wax, also known as cerumen, protects your inner ear from dirt and other foreign matter. Some earwax is beneficial. In fact, th...
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How to Clean Impacted Ear Wax

Impacted earwax occurs when wax or cerumen builds up in the ear canal, often as a result of external objects, such as hearing aids...
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How to Use Hydrogen Peroxide to Remove Ear Wax from a Baby

Earwax or cerumen plays an integral role in protecting a baby’s hearing. In addition to lubricating and cleansing the ear ca...
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Side Effects of Cleaning Out Ear Wax

Earwax, also called cerumen, naturally occurs in the outer one third of the ear canal. It aids the ear in protecting and lubricati...
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Ear Wax or Swimmer's Ear?

It can be difficult to determine if pain in your ear is caused by an accumulation of ear wax or swimmer’s ear, a common type...
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How to Use Peroxide for Soothing an Ear Ache

Earaches can affect people of any age. Children often suffer earaches stemming from infections because of an accumulation of too m...
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Asian Ear Wax Removal

Ear cleaning is not just a hygiene issue in Asian countries. It is an important part of Asian history and culture, and is a social...
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How To Clean Ear Wax in Kids

Kids rarely produce enough earwax to need cleaning, according to the KidsHealth site. Wax is part of the ear's natural cleanin...
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