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3 Types of Snoring Surgery That Can Reduce Your Snoring

Snoring is something that can be incredibly difficult for you to live with, especially if it effects how you sleep as well as the relationships with those who sleep with you. If you have tried every method possible to stop your snoring with little or no success, then snoring surgery may be the best option for you. There are a few different surgical procedures that are used to help reduce or eliminate your snoring that have had successful results. Read More 

3 Things Parents Should Be Looking For In Children Who Need Possible Tonsillectomies

It is not uncommon for children and adults to need their tonsils out. It is better if you can catch it when the individual is young, since a tonsillectomy is much easier to heal from if you are a child. That is why it is important for parents to know what to look for in their children to determine if they should see an ENT doctor about getting a tonsillectomy. Here are some things you should be asking yourself. Read More 

3 Back-To-School Tips For Protecting Your Allergic Child

Many parents look forward to the end of August or beginning of September when their children head back to school. However, for the parent of a child with food allergies, the beginning of the school year can be a time of high anxiety. The early days of the school year could be the most dangerous time for an allergic child, because their teachers and the other school staff don't yet know your child and their needs. Read More 

Learning More About Vertigo And An Inner Ear Issue Called Labyrinthitis

Dizziness can be a symptom of several kinds of medical problems. Dizziness associated with inner ear issues is described as vertigo and can be caused by more than one inner ear problem. Learning more about an inner ear issue called labryrinthitis and vertigo is important to your hearing health. Your Eyes, Ears And Inner Ear Inside your ear is a complex collection of tiny canals used for relaying messages to the brain that translate into the sounds you hear. Read More 

3 Things You Should Do In The Morning If You Have A Hearing Aid

If you have a hearing aid, you probably love the changes that it has made in your life. However, to keep your hearing aid in its best possible condition, there are a few things that you should do in the mornings. Make these three changes to your morning routine, and you're sure to get the most out of your hearing aid while preventing the need for costly hearing aid repair.    Read More