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For World Hearing Day on 3 March, Audiology Australia (AudA) is challenging Australians to a national rethink on hearing health, as they put pressure on government, policy makers and the sector to commit to making access to ear and hearing care a reality for all.
During Tinnitus Awareness week, Audiology Australia Accredited Audiologist Brooke Rose checked in with the ABC Triple J Breakfast team to talk hearing health, ear wax, safe listening (important to prevent hearing loss and reduce risk of Tinnitus) and judge who had the cleanest ears.