Results for "Ear, Nose and Throat"

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5 Tips to Remove Water from Your Ears
Swimming is a great way to get exercise and cool off—especially in the summertime. But if you’ve ever felt sloshing, a tickling sensation or pressure in...
Sep 03
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Why Does My Throat Hurt When I Wake Up?
In general, we all expect to wake up feeling better than we did the night before. We should wake up rested, clear-minded and brimming with energy for the...
Aug 20
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Tips and Tricks for Cleaning a Baby or Toddler’s Nose
Nasal congestion—no matter your age—isn’t comfortable. It can make breathing difficult, your head feel foggy and even your throat scratchy. As adults,...
May 13
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Dysgeusia: What to Do When You Lose Your Sense of Taste
Lately, we’ve heard a lot in the news about losing your sense of taste. That’s because dysgeusia—the medical condition where you can’t taste, or you can’t...
Apr 30
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Bedside Stories: Robot Cookies
When Janice Cmeyla sought help for difficulty breathing, she had no idea that would involve a “three-armed surgeon” – or that major breakthroughs in new...
Apr 26
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Lesser-Known Causes of Head and Neck Cancers
The medical community has warned against tobacco consumption, in all of its forms, for decades. It’s connection to many forms of cancer, including head...
Apr 25
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Got an Ear Full? When and How to Properly Use Ear Drops
If you have some water in your ears after swimming or have an ear full of wax, you may have reached for ear drops. They have many uses, including treating...
Apr 16
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The Surprising Health Risks of Losing Your Sense of Smell
Imagine waking up to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee wafting into your bedroom, inviting you to start your day. It seems simple—you know what coffee...
Feb 22
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Tongue-Tie: What Is It and How Is It Treated?
Cat got your tongue? While a cat isn’t literally holding your tongue, you may have felt tongue-tied before—tripping or stumbling over your own words. But...
Jan 23
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Your Partner Says You Have Trouble Hearing—Now What?
Your partner complains that you want the TV volume turned up too high. Your kids say they have to repeat themselves when they talk to you. And you’ve noticed...
Jan 02