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Updated 28 May 2015

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The strangest things found in people’s ears
From bugs to matchsticks to Barbie shoes, doctors have discovered some seriously strange things inside patients’ ears…

Can weak bones cause sudden hearing loss?
If you have osteoporosis you are far more likely to suddenly lose your hearing, new research suggests.

Why the ringing in your ears is so hard to treat
Tinnitus or ringing in the ears is connected to a wide range of brain activities, which is why it is notoriously difficult to treat.


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