WHAT'S INSIDE: EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT

The eyes, ears, nose and throat are interconnected organs that are vital parts of several body systems. Discover how these organs work as well as conditions that can affect them.
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Back away from that speaker, turn down that iPod and put down that power tool unless you want the ringing in your ears to remain permanent. Sound can hurt you, and that ringing may be the first sign.

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