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Ear Buds And Its Relation With Earwax

A primary byproduct of the body is Earwax. Even though Earwax turns off a lot of people, yet it has an important function in ear canal.

Various Types Of Hearing Loss

Because the Department of Defense desires the largest military budget of any other country's military facility in the world, billions have gone into the research, testing, and development of special d

Hearing Test

The initial step is for your GP to physically examine your hearing.

"Pushy" Deaf Kid's Mom

There are a few things that we as people, born on this planet, have no get a grip on over. Our personal birth defects are a part of that scenario.

140 Free phone apps from the Government!


There are over 140 apps provided by the government for your smartphone… most are free!

Personal Protective Equipment, Stay Protected at Work

Many people are engaged in jobs that include hazardous materials or processes that can cause damage to the human body either short-term or long-term.

Protection From Extended-Range Low and High Frequencies

While human hearing is generally defined as spanning the frequency range from 20 to 20,000 Hertz [Hz], most industrial noise falls closer to the mid-range of those extremes.

Air Flow Control™ Technology

Air Flow Control [AFC] is the solution to a problem typically seen with traditional earmuffs – they attenuate very well in high frequencies, but poorly in the low frequencies.

The Intelligent Choice

Where do you go to find the most exciting, cutting-edge technology in virtually any application? Easy – the U.S. military. And extreme tech? The Special Forces.

Making "Ear" Travel Easier

Most veteran travelers consider the blocked hearing and occasional ear pain that often accompany flying to be necessary nuisances

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