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When Should Earwax Be Removed?

When Should Earwax Be Removed?

Wax is part of the ears natural cleaning mechanism; it helps to moisturise the skin and protect against bacteria and germs. In a normal healthy ear, chewing motions and jaw movement help to gradually move wax to the entrance of the ear canal without the need for any...

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Look After Your Ears This Spring

Look After Your Ears This Spring

Hay fever is thought to affect one in four people in the UK. It tends to be more prevalent in the spring and summer months due to higher levels of pollen from trees and grass being present in the air. When people with hay fever are exposed to pollen, it triggers the...

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World Hearing Day

World Hearing Day

Today on World Hearing Day we are catching up with Stephen Hunter, Kingsbridge Hearing Care’s Lead Rehab Audiologist about his personal experience of hearing loss and how this drives him to provide the best possible hearing care for his patients. Stephen, can you tell...

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Be Proactive About Your Hearing Health! 

Be Proactive About Your Hearing Health! 

The Alzheimer’s Society estimates there are over 20,000 people in Northern Ireland with Dementia. Researchers have identified key risk factors for the development of dementia, many of which can be reduced through better health awareness and lifestyle changes.   One of...

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