Recent Examples of earwax from the Web
Doctor Mark Vaughan, director of Auburn Medical Group in California, recently uploaded a five-minute clip to YouTube of a gruesome earwax removal procedure performed on a sweet older gentleman named Lou.
If someone is concerned about their earwax or other problems, Jatana recommends seeing a pediatrician, a primary care physician or a specialist.
That echoes advice earlier this year from the American Academy of Otolaryngology, which said that earwax has health benefits to boot.
For example, there are different codes for in-office earwax removal depending on the method used (irrigation or instruments), different codes for delivering different vaccinations and a code for each injection delivered in the hospital.
Imagine earwax times 20 with a hint of old library books.
But the jelly beans sold on that train better come in every flavor — every flavor, including earwax and sardine.
This process begins when earwax coats ear hairs and creates a web-like structure.
Like most innovations in science, the study of whale earwax—a.k.a.
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EARWAX Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of earwax for English Language Learners
: a waxlike substance produced inside the ear
EARWAX Defined for Kids
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