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3 Reasons Tonsillitis Is Still Commonly Treated

Often affecting children over the age of 2, tonsillitis usually develops from common viruses. However, sometimes bacteria are responsible, and won’t clear up without antibiotics. There are three important reasons why treatment can make a difference.

Mar 1st, 2019
Ear Tube Surgery: All Your Questions Answered

One of the most common pediatric surgeries, ear tubes ease the pain and hearing loss resulting from chronic ear infections. It’s a fast, straightforward procedure with a short recovery time.

Dec 7th, 2018
5 Signs You May be Suffering From Age-Related Hearing Loss

Age-related hearing loss affects about half of adults older than 65, and the rate increases as people age further. It’s hard to be aware your hearing is fading, since it’s so gradual. Here are five common signs of age-related hearing loss.

Nov 21st, 2018
Diagnosing and Treating Tongue-Tie in Babies

Being tongue-tied is never comfortable, but when it’s a physical condition and it involves your child, it could mean they have trouble eating or speaking. The culprit is a band of flesh under the tongue that’s easily treated once it’s diagnosed.

Oct 8th, 2018
How We Can Help Remedy Recurrent Nosebleeds

For most people, an infrequent nosebleed isn’t a big concern. Some people, though, have weekly issues, a condition called frequent epistaxis. When nosebleeds turn persistent, an ear, nose, and throat specialist can help.

Sep 26th, 2018
Signs of Sudden Hearing Loss

A gradual hearing loss is not uncommon, but the sudden loss of hearing is an entirely different matter and requires immediate care. Here’s what you need to know.

Aug 27th, 2018
5 Tips for Preventing Skin Cancer

More people in the US are diagnosed with skin cancer than all other cancers combined. Since May is National Skin Cancer Awareness month, we thought it would be a good idea to go over a few helpful ways you can prevent skin cancer.

Jul 25th, 2018