How Common Is Hearing Loss?
As you age, there is a possibility that you can have some degree of hearing loss. In fact, roughly half of adults in the U.S. who are at least 65 years old have some form of hearing loss. Although this generally cannot be reversed, there are steps you can take to hear better. Who Gets […]Read More
When Is a PROPEL Sinus Implant Recommended?
When you have chronic sinus problems, it can interrupt your everyday life. A PROPEL sinus implant can make it possible for you to breathe easily without suffering from nasal congestion and other signs of sinus trouble. Find out more about what this implant and when your doctor might recommend it as a form of treatment. […]Read More
When Should I See an Allergy Doctor?
Sniffling. Sneezing. Itchiness. These are just a few of the annoying symptoms of allergies. Many of us experience allergies from time to time and find relief from over the counter medications. But is self-diagnosis enough? When does it become necessary to visit an allergy doctor to learn exactly what triggers your allergies and how to […]Read More
What are the Different Types of Hearing Aids
Do you turn the TV volume up and miss out on words spoken during one-on-one conversations? These symptoms of hearing loss can often be successfully treated with a hearing aid. If you’re diagnosed with hearing loss, you can choose from a wide variety of hearing aids to correct the condition. What Is a Hearing Aid and How […]Read More
What is Involved in Tonsil Removal Surgery?
Once a rite of passage of passage for children in the 1950s and 1960s, tonsil removal surgery, or a tonsillectomy, has decreased significantly over the decades but is still one of the most common surgeries performed on U.S. children and adults. Besides helping to reduce chronic sore throats in children, a tonsillectomy can be helpful […]Read More
Common Causes of Allergic Reactions
Sneezing. Red, itchy eyes. Hives. Shortness of breath. What do these symptoms have in common? They’re all common allergic reactions brought on by a variety of allergy triggers. If you have allergies, you’ve got a lot of company. About 30 percent of U.S. adults and 40 percent of children suffer from allergies and the uncomfortable […]Read More
How is Sleep Apnea Treated?
Do you feel tired during the day even though you got a full night’s sleep? Does your partner often complain that you snore excessively? These are just a couple of signs of sleep apnea, a serious, chronic condition that inhibits your ability to reach deep, restorative sleep. What Is Sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea is a […]Read More
What Are Thyroid Nodules?
You may never know you have a thyroid nodule. These tiny growths on the thyroid gland may not cause any symptoms and are usually benign. However, sometimes they interfere with the thyroid gland and require treatment. Read on to learn what thyroid nodules are, the symptoms they may cause, and how to effectively treat them. What […]Read More
Common Causes of Ear Infections
Ear infections tend to affect small children (six months to two years) the most, but anyone is susceptible to them. Read on to discover the causes, symptoms, and treatments for this common condition. What Is an Ear Infection? Called otitis media (OM), the majority of ear infections are located in the middle ear. Most cases […]Read More
What is Involved in a Propel Sinus Implant?
Do you suffer from chronic sinusitis or nasal polyps? Have you tried different medications and even undergone surgical procedures with little success? If so, you may be the perfect candidate for a propel sinus implant. What Is a Propel Sinus Implant? The propel device is used in conjunction with functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS), which […]Read More