3 Tips to Prevent Itchy Ears When Wearing Hearing Aids

Posted on: 25 November 2019

Are your ears feeling itchy after wearing hearing aids? If so, don't fret! Itching is a common problem that most new hearing aid users experience. Over time, itching that results from the discomfort of having foreign appliances in the ear subsides, and you even forget you have the aids on. However, if the problem is persistent, here are a few measures you can take to manage it. Invest in the Right Hearing Aids
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The Importance of Making Pre-Employment Medicals Part of Your Recruitment Process

Posted on: 24 January 2017

No employer wants to be held liable for pre-existing injuries or conditions when they are hiring someone to fill up a vacancy in their company or business. But that possibility can never be ruled out completely. Pre-employment medical examinations or assessments play a critical role in the recruitment process. These medicals are usually carried out on candidates shortlisted for a job, at any of the employer-recommended medical facilities, to reveal any health problems that may hamper an individual's ability to safely and competently do the job they had applied for.
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Protecting Your Teeth in Contact Sports

Posted on: 30 November 2016

Protecting your teeth whilst taking part in martial arts training is hugely important if you want to minimise the risk of damaging or breaking the enamel. Whilst this may seem like only superficial damage, it can actually lead to more complex issues such as infections in the gums which can in some cases, lead to infections in other parts of the body. One of the easiest ways to stop this is to buy an orthodontist-approved mouthguard.
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Understanding prostate cancer surgery

Posted on: 28 November 2016

Prostate cancer surgery, also known as prostatectomy is a procedure carried out by a surgeon to remove the prostate gland along with the cancer contained within it. Usually, the operation also involves the removal of the tubes that carry semen (seminal vesicles). It is a major operation, and therefore, it is not suitable for everyone with prostate cancer. Rather, it is recommended for younger, otherwise fit men whose cancer has not spread beyond the confines of the prostate gland or those with a high grade, fast growing tumour.
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