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A sneeze starts with a tickle in your nose, something tiny has entered you nose such as a dust and irritates the mucous lining, a large amount of pressure suddenly builds up in
We all know wrapping up warm is an essential part of getting through the winter weather.
Wind chill is a much colder feeling than the forecasted temperature prediction due to the additional wind speed and your own body temperature being affected.
Listening to music can enhance a person's life, when it comes to playing music there is an innate sense of fulfilment and reward in this experience all on its own.
How well and easily you can hear indoors depends on the particular acoustics inside the building. Sometimes certain acoustics can even make it impossible to hear what is being
There are a number of reasons why hearing aids have not been designed to be worn at night time.
When it comes to being a NHS hearing aid user, you soon find out that hearing aids come with their quirks and require care to maintain their ability.
Ear wax, also known as cerumen is a yellow waxy substance secreted by the ear. Your ear produces ear wax to naturally carry foreign objects and debris out of the ear.
Today is World Hearing Day and this year World Hearing Day is about raising awareness for the need to check your hearing.
If your loop system on your hearing aid doesn't seem to be working, check the building you are in has it switched on.
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