‘Something’s Stuck in My Ear!’ - What Parents Need to Know

The current pandemic is giving parents a golden opportunity to spend more time with their children and help them with things like school work and chores, or share in their favorite recreational activities and playtime. If you are the parent of a little one, you might also be a pro at tending to minor scrapes, bumps and bruises. After all, as kids run and play, they’re prone to tumbles.

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ENT: Top Reasons to See a Specialized Surgeon

Did you know that otorhinolaryngology is the oldest medical subspecialty in the United States? This branch of medicine features extensively trained clinicians and surgeons who diagnose and manage conditions affecting the ear, nose and throat (ENT).

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5 Tips to Minimize Springtime Allergies—Before The Spring Season Even Arrives

For those who suffer from seasonal allergies, changing of seasons causes a lot of headache. Runny noses, watery and itchy eyes, sneezing and congestion are common for people allergic to pollen, mold, ragweed and other springtime allergens.

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Battling Hoarseness or Acid Reflux?

Do you know someone that continually sounds like they have a frog in their throat? If so, they may have chronic hoarseness caused by acid reflux.

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