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What Are the Treatment Options for Hearing Loss?

What Are the Treatment Options for Hearing Loss?

It can be challenging to live with hearing loss. Hearing loss can make it difficult for people to concentrate and perform daily tasks. It also causes people to withdraw from social situations. As a result,…

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What Causes Nosebleeds and How Can You Prevent Them?

Nosebleeds, also known as epistaxis, occur when tiny blood vessels in the nose break, causing a sudden flow of blood from one’s nostrils. Nosebleeds are very common, as over 60% of people will experience at…

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What is a Nasal Rinse and How Does it Work?

Nasal rinses are usually used to help with congestion or a stuffy nose. They can be done by either pouring water, salt water, or saline solution into your nose and then blowing it out. Nasal…

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How to Treat Nasal Polyps

How to Treat Nasal Polyps

Nasal polyps are benign inflammatory lesions that are caused by mucosa of the nasal cavity or one or more of the nasal sinuses, such as the middle meatus and ethmoid regions.  Nasal polyps present themselves…

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Tips On How to Live With Hearing Loss

Over 30 million Americans have experienced a degree of hearing loss throughout their lifetime. Hearing loss can occur at any age and can drastically alter a person’s life. People who experience hearing loss may become…

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3 Ways To Clear Your Sinuses

3 Ways To Clear Your Sinuses

Everyone has 4 different types of sinuses: maxillary (cheekbones), frontal (forehead), ethmoid (between the eyes), and sphenoid sinuses (behind the nose). Together, they make up an interconnected web of hollow cavities. Sinuses are lightly lined…

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Preparing for Seasonal Allergies

As the weather gets warmer, there is an increase in pollen and mold in the environment which triggers the dreaded allergy symptoms. Pollen season can start as early as February and last through October, depending…

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Signs You May Need to Visit an ENT

An ENT, also called an Otolaryngologist, is a specialized physician who has completed extensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, and throat disorders and injuries. ENTs treat a wide range of issues,…

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