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Ear Wax

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...

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 canal, t...

Earwax Removal & Hydrogen Peroxide

Earwax, also known as cerumen, protects your ears by trapping foreign particles and keeping bacteria from entering into your ears....

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...

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...

Home Methods for Cleaning Wax From Ear Canals

Many people view ear wax as a problem or a nuisance to be eliminated regularly. According to MedlinePlus, a publication of the U.S...

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...

Ear Wax Removal Home Remedy: Olive Oil

According to the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), compacted ear wax occurs in 5 percent of healthy adults and 57 perc...

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...

How to Clean Ears With Hydrogen Peroxide

Ear wax protects your inner ear from dirt and other foreign matter. However, too much ear wax can affect your hearing and cause di...
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