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earache

pain in the middle or inner ear
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Dahms told the board that her daughter's nosebleeds and earaches disappeared shortly after school recessed for the summer.
A study by the Santa Monica Bay Restoration Project linked storm water pollution in the ocean to increased risk of viral infections such as hepatitis, earaches, fever, flu and skin rashes.
Some children need special medications, such as a decongestant before they fly to avoid earaches.
It has been used to treat conditions such as high blood pressure, stroke, arthritis, diabetes, depression, incontinence, and digestive disorders as well as bronchitis, earaches, teething, rashes and allergies, asthma, arthritis, Bells palsy, infertility, impotence, sciatica, chronic or acute back and neck pain, ulcers, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, and the common cold.
In fact, 49 percent of uninsured kids in our public schools who have acute earaches, and two-thirds of those with severe sore throats, never even see a physician until the earaches or sore throats progress into more complicated and dangerous infections.
Trimedyne will also discuss several new, experimental laser devices in development for the treatment of enlarged prostates in men, excessive uterine bleeding, female stress incontinence, severe heartburn (GERD) and recurrent earaches.
Several other students complained of earaches from the blast.
According to the World Health Organization, research also shows that the risk of respiratory illnesses, juvenile diabetes, infections (specifically bacteremia and meningitis), allergies, malignant lymphomas, earaches and gastrointestinal illness is reduced in breastfed babies.