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  • Mouth Sores
    Also known as canker sores and ulcers, mouth sores usually result from bite injuries or allergic reactions. They can also be a symptom of an underlying health condition. Unlike cold Read more
  • Dealing With Hearing Loss
    If you think you might be losing your hearing, you’re not alone. In fact, according to the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) more than 30% of adults over 65 have Read more
  • Dealing With Swimmer’s Ear
    While swimmer’s ear may sound akin to having a lucky rabbit’s foot, the opposite is actually true. This painful condition, also known as acute otitis externa, causes infection and inflammation Read more
  • What Is Causing My Chronic Cough?
    Have coughing spells become a normal part of your day? Living with constant coughing can leave you feeling tired and dizzy. Determining the cause is an important step that will Read more
  • Treating Your Allergies
    You may have allergies that show up in the spring when plants are flowering and grass is growing. You’ve grown used to the itchy, allergies watery eyes and sneezing. But Read more
  • What is Rhinoplasty?
    While a nose job may seem purely cosmetic it actually offers health benefits, as well. When we hear the words “nose job” we automatically think about the cosmetic enhancement that many Read more
  • Treating a Deviated Septum
    Treating a Deviated Septum Do you have a deviated septum? A deviated septum is a disorder in which the nasal septum -- the cartilage and bone that separate the right and Read more
  • Chronic Nasal Congestion
    Do you feel like you’re constantly dealing with a stuffy nose? If so, you certainly aren’t alone. There are many people out there that feel like they can’t breathe properly Read more
  • What Could Be Causing Your Breathing Problems?
    From outdoor allergies to asthma, there are many reasons why you or your child may be having trouble with your breathing. Breathing problems can be distressing and it’s important to Read more