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Your sinuses are small, hollow cavities within your nasal passage. When these cavities become inflamed, you are experiencing a sinus infection (also known as sinusitis).
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Did you know that ear tube surgery is the most common childhood surgery performed in the U.S.? It’s important to watch for signs that your child may need surgery.
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Sleep apnea is a condition where your breathing stops and starts again, sometimes up to 20 seconds at a time. Discover the different types of sleep apnea.
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Millions of Americans experience an increase in allergies when spring arrives. Consider these spring-cleaning tips to help eliminate allergy flare-ups.
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If you hear a ringing or buzzing in your ears but no external noise is present, it’s possible that you have tinnitus. Discover the details about this condition.
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From ear pain to the common cold, there are many reasons why toddlers stick their fingers in their ears. Keep reading to learn more:
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It’s officially the new year and billions of resolutions are being made. From working out to healthy eating, it’s this time of year that holds the most promise of positive change! We want to add to the fun by providing simple tips to improve your voice and throat health. Our ENT doctors provide compassionate voice…
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Many people express frustration concerning nosebleeds during the winter months. Something about the cold weather and lack of moisture in the air make nosebleeds a household conversation. But, before you reach for the tissues, it’s important to know what to do if you have a nosebleed and when to see an ENT specialist. Consider the…
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Whether you’re hollering at the Thanksgiving dinner table or singing Christmas carols, you need your voice and throat to be in tip-top shape for the upcoming holiday festivities. But, when you have a throat problem, your entire holiday experience will be negatively affected. If you suffer from any of the following conditions, we can help:…
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When you gave birth to your little one, you counted fingers, toes, arms, and legs, and kissed those sweet baby cheeks. When your little one was assessed by the hospital’s pediatrician and he mentioned the phrase tongue tie, you may have felt confused about what that entails. Let us explain what a tongue tie is…
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