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Earwax, also known by the medical term cerumen, is a yellowish waxy substance secreted in the ear canal of humans and many other mammals. It protects the skin of the human ear canal, assists in cleaning and lubrication, and...
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Earwax, also known by the medical term cerumen, is a yellowish waxy substance secreted in the ear canal of humans and many other mammals. It protects the skin of the human ear canal, assists in cleaning and lubrication, and...
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Earwax ... The absence of earwax may result in dry, itchy ears. ... Old earwax is constantly being transported, assisted by chewing and jaw motion, ...
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Learn about ear wax (cerumen) and how it protects the ear from damage and infections. ... Ear wax is helpful to coat the skin of the ear canal where it acts as a ...
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Information about hearing loss and communications disorders. Produced by our staff of board certified physicians. ... The absence of ear wax may result in dry, ...
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Ear wax is a normal product of the ear which protects the skin of the ear from ... The primary component of ear wax is keratin (derived from dead skin) ...
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Earwax is produced by glands in the outer ear canal. ... Earwax blockage affects about 6% of people and is the most common ear problem doctors see. ...
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Earwax provides benefits to the body, helping to clean and lubricate the ear ... Now, we now know that earwax has a job to do. ...
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Ear wax: basic information about what it is, what's it good for, and what to do about it when it ... you have a lot of ear wax, placing the swab into the canal ...
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Ear wax is a normal product of the ear which protects the skin of the ear from ... http://www-surgery.ucsd.edu/ent/DAVIDSON/Pathway/EarWax.htm ...
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Ear wax protects the ear by trapping dust, bacteria and other microorganisms, ... Ear wax also helps protect the delicate skin of the ear canal from becoming ...
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The American Hearing Research Foundation was established in 1956 as a not-for-profit organization whose primary mission has been the funding of research projects ...
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Learn about what causes earwax, and when to see a doctor about ear wax. ... Earwax Treatment. Self-Care at Home. Medical Treatment. Next Steps. Prevention. Outlook ...
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Normally, earwax is a self-draining liquid that does not cause problems. ... Earwax is a naturally produced substance that protects the ear canal. ...
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earwax ( ) n. The yellowish, waxlike secretion of certain glands lining the canal of the external ear ... Earwax, also known by the medical term cerumen, is a ...
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Ear wax protects the ear by trapping dust, bacteria and other microorganisms, ... Ear wax also helps protect the delicate skin of the ear canal from becoming ...
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Why do our ears make earwax? Find out in this article for kids. ... ear canal has special glands that produce earwax. ... Earwax has several important jobs. ...
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Ear wax removal and treatment of deep wax are explained in this article. ... On the About Deafness forum: Help for Ear Wax Buildup in Child ...
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Earwax blockage — Comprehensive overview covers treatment, self-care for this common problem, including earwax removal. ... Earwax (cerumen) is part of your ...
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Earwax (also known as cerumen) is produced in the ear canal mainly in outer ... Earwax is composed of a mixture of viscous secretions from sebaceous glands and ...
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