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earwax

[′ir‚waks]
(physiology)
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Springer MR A quasi-randomised controlled trial of water as a quick softening agent of persistent earwax in general practice.
Earwax protects your eardrum by stopping dust or insects from getting too far into your ear.
By studying this gene and its complex cellular and molecular interactions in the body, the researchers discovered a distinct link between the gene and excessively smelly armpits and wet, sticky earwax.
OLIVE OIL A bottle of olive oil can double up as a remedy for excess earwax.
If your child has a problem with their ear, the GP will check to see if the ears are blocked by an object or substance such as earwax.
EARWAX is produced as part of the body's natural cleaning process.
Dear Dr Miriam I'm having a lot of trouble with earwax.
Borlo began his industry career at Earwax Productions in San Francisco, CA where he quickly rose through the ranks to general manager of interactive media.
But although I wouldn't go as far as Vincent, who certainly damaged his hearing, there were times last night that I wished I had a serious earwax problem.
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Ear wax blockage can be treated with over-the-counter ear drops and following the maker's instructions will usually dissolve the earwax in about 4-10 days.
Earwax may build up if your ear canals are narrow or hairy; also some people naturally produce a lot of earwax.