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  • FAQs About Swimmer's Ear
    If you or your child loves to swim, then at some point you or they may develop Swimmer’s ear, an outer ear infection that can lead to itching, redness, and Read more
  • Vertigo and Dizziness
    As kids, most of us loved putting out our arms and spinning and spinning until we fell dizzy. Of course, experiencing a spinning world around us when we are planted Read more
  • The Risks of Getting Your Ears Pierced
    Between 80-90 percent of American women have their ears pierced, and men are also joining the ear-piercing ranks. Body modifications have been trendy for centuries, first discovered in Otzi, the Read more
  • Signs and Symptoms of Postnasal Drip
    We’ve all experienced it: that nasty feeling when mucus drains down your throat. This problem is known as postnasal drip and it can also kick-up a variety of other unpleasant Read more
  • Why Do I Get Frequent Nosebleeds?
    The nose is lined with blood vessels. When one or more blood vessels have been injured, this results in a nosebleed. While a gushing nosebleed—especially when it comes out of Read more
  • Methods of Soothing a Sore Throat
    Sore throats are incredibly common. In fact, most of us will deal with at least one, if not more, during our lifetime. From scream-singing your way through a concert to Read more
  • What Is Sinus Surgery?
    Dealing with chronic sinus issues can make day-to-day life difficult. The blocked nasal passages, trouble sleeping, chronic snoring, and more. Usually, an ENT doctor will prescribe medications and other conservative Read more
  • Signs of Impacted Earwax
    Dealing with a buildup of earwax? Find out how earwax impaction can affect your hearing. Earwax is important for the health of the ear, as it helps trap bacteria and other Read more
  • How To Safely Clean Out Your Earwax
    Did you know that your ears are self-cleaning? So, if you find yourself reaching for that cotton swab in your bathroom tonight you might want to put it down. Your Read more
  • The Possible Causes of Dry Mouth
    Feeling like your mouth is as dry as the Sahara? While dry mouth is fairly common if this is a problem you are dealing with regularly then you may be Read more
  • What Are Adenoids?
    When we think about the first line of defense against infection we often think about the tonsils; however, the adenoids also play a part in protecting against infection. Together the Read more
  • Treating a Cleft Palate
    A cleft palate is a common birth defect that occurs in the first six to nine weeks of pregnancy in which the tissue of the roof of the mouth doesn’t Read more
  • What Is Nasal Irrigation?
    Dealing with a blocked nose thanks to a cold or a sinus infection? If so, you may be wondering about ways to help alleviate your symptoms until the infection clears Read more
  • Getting Your Tonsils Removed
    If you open your mouth, it’s fairly easy to see your tonsils, as they are the two soft-tissue organs that lie on either side of the back of the throat. Read more
  • Correcting a Deviated Septum
    The septum is a thin wall of cartilage that separates the two nasal cavities of the nose. If the septum is crooked or leans more to one side, this is Read more
  • When a Tonsillectomy Is Necessary
    The tonsils are two small glands that are found in the back of the throat. They are our body’s first defenses against harmful bacteria and other foreign invaders; however, sometimes Read more

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