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    Not Music To My Ears!

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    Not Music To My Ears Today’s current music scene has steadily become filled with pre-packaged assembly line bands and singers. This teen oriented pop phenomenon is repulsive. I see the so-called bands and singers for what they really are. They are passing trends made special, just for the teens, with all image and no real talent. For their own good, I can only hope these brainwashed teens will grow out of this horrible phase. Fabricated bands such as O-Town, N*Sync, and The Backstreet

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    Introduction The ear is an integral part of the mammalian body, and a fundamental aspect of communication. It plays a pivotal role in detecting and responding to stimuli within the environment. The main function of the ear is to pick up sound waves in the environment. Mammals utilise ears for many various aspects including hearing, balance and communication. Ears are essential for survival, as they allow for the detection of sound, hence allowing mammals to communicate and respond to danger in the

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    Ear Infection: Otitis Externa

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    the outer ear and ear canal. It is also known as swimmers ear. It is most often a bacterial infection caused by the streptococcus, staphylococcus, or pseudomonas bacteria. Acute external otitis is usually caused by excessive water (usually from water sports), trapped in the external ear canal by cerumen. This trapped moisture can cause the skin in the ear canal to become a breeding ground for bacteria. As always, any cuts or abrasions can leave the any part of the body, including the ear canal, susceptible

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    Meniere's an Ear Disease

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    Meniere's an Ear Disease Meniere's disease is disease of the ear. There are two types of Meniere's, classical Meniere's affects both the hearing and balance systems and there's also Meniere's that affects only the Cochlea, which is the hearing organ and only the Vestibular system of balance. In the early stages of this disease many people experience sudden attacks of dizziness, nausea, ear ringing or tinnitus, and ear or head pressure. There may also be fluctuating or permanent, hearing loss

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    Right Ear Case Study

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    complaining of pain in the right ear. He was diagnosed with otomycosis by physical exam. Examination revealed greenish and black fuzzy growth on the ear wax (Aspergillus, 2015). It can also appear like debris resembling wet blotting paper, which covers the entire canal (Aspergillus, 2015). The typical findings and symptoms include itching, irritation, discomfort, pain, and, scanty discharge from the affected ear (Aspergillosis, 2015). Also, a common complaint is feeling that the ear is blocked (Aspergillosis

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    Ear Infection: Overview of Otitis Externa

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    externa, is one of the common types of ear infection. The other type of ear infection is otitis media. Both affect the Otolaryngology organ system. Otitis externa is also known as “swimmers ear” and affects the external ear canal. That is why it is called otitis externa, because the affect is to the external air canal. Otitis externa is called swimmers ear because swimmers develop this condition when water settles in the ear and mixes with the cerumen (ear wax). This combination is ideal for

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    on which part of the ear is damaged (outer, middle, or inner), hearing specialists are able to classify the type of loss and the necessary means for correction. Depending on the amount of loss in a sensorineural hearing loss, caused by a problem in the cochlea or in the auditory nervous system, a cochlear implant can be very beneficial. Within the normal-hearing population, binaural hearing (hearing with two ears) is generally superior to monaural hearing (hearing with one ear) (Litovsky, 2008). Benefits

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    Taking a Look at Our Amazing Ear

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    The Amazing Ear “How do we hear sounds? Do I have a hearing loss, if so, how does it affect me compared to someone with normal hearing?” are just a few of the many questions individuals ask when they are told they have a hearing loss. The ear structures are a very complex organ of the human body. There are many mechanisms involved, starting with a sound wave entering the air-filled ear canal, vibrating through the eardrum, traveling its way through the fluid of the cochlea and finally, neurons sending

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    • The outer ear The outer ear is the external segment of the ear which consists of pinna and external auditory meatus (auditory canal). Ear pinna is the folds of cartilage surrounding the auditory canal. Pinna is the only part of ears that can be seen and it plays an extremely important part in the process of hearing. Pinna is composed of a thin plate of yellow elastic cartilage, shielded with integument and attached to the surrounding parts by ligaments and muscles. It is then connected to the opening

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    The Radio Makes My Ears Bleed

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    The Radio Makes My Ears Bleed There is a major problem these days in entertainment, and that is there is such a lack of diversity in the music industry. Because of this problem, fewer bands will have the opportunity to go big, or get signed to a major record label. Small, local bands will never be able to get the popularity they deserve because every band is compared to one another. The same bands are played on the radio all the time, and instead of playing a variety bands, the same songs

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