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Most Common Ear Conditions

Ear problems can be extremely uncomfortable and unpleasant, especially when they last for days or weeks at a time. They can cause mild pain or discomfort inside the ear, hearing loss and even pain when…

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Living With Indoor Allergies

With cooler weather, you may notice your spring allergies have gone away and you’re able to breathe better. However, if you think that allergens aren’t present during the winter, think again. If you spend more…

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Why You Need to Stop Using Q-Tips to Clean Your Ears

If there is one personal hygiene task you need to take off your to-do list, it’s this: stop cleaning your ears with cotton swabs. According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery Foundation,…

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Is It Sinusitis or Allergic Rhinitis?

Nothing is worse than feeling congested and unable to breathe out your nose. A stuffy nose and headache are signs of many illnesses, including the common cold. When you’re past the point of having a…

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Signs You May Need to Visit an ENT Doctor

If your nose is regularly stuffy and you get earaches often, this may be a sign it is time to visit an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) doctor. ENT specialists can help you with all…

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What Causes Itchy Ears and Throat?

Itchy ears and throat can be a sign of a few different conditions, including allergies and the common cold. These symptoms are usually no cause for concern and can often be treated at home. However,…

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Home Remedies for Ear Pain

Earaches can cause debilitating pain, making it difficult to sleep, eat, and drink. The most common cause of ear pain is ear infections. When the ear becomes infected, inflammation and pressure can cause intense pain.…

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What is Causing Your Dizziness?

Have you ever stood up quickly and felt dizzy? Or maybe experienced a rush of dizziness while talking to coworkers at work? You aren’t alone. In fact, approximately 40% of the U.S. population will experience…

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