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What Causes Loss of Taste and Smell?

Loss of Taste & Smell

Smell and taste are what make life enjoyable. Taking in amazing scents and savoring delicious flavors are not only important for nourishing our bodies, but are also the center of social gatherings. Being able to taste and smell dangerous situations also protects us, such as when there’s spoiled food in the refrigerator or a fire…

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Sound Health ENT Physicians Can Fix Your Deviated Septum

Deviated Septum

Do you have difficulty breathing through your nose? Do you suffer from frequent sinus infections? Does your nose bleed easily? If you’ve been dealing with these issues for a long time and have had trouble finding relief, you may want to consider seeing an ENT physician as the shape of your nasal cavity could be…

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Find Relief From Your Chronic Sore Throat

Treatment for Chronic Sore Throat

Everybody has a sore throat once in a while, such as at the beginning of a cold or after a long night of singing at a concert. It’s usually pretty easy to dull the pain with a numbing lozenge or a dose of ibuprofen. But if you’re waking up with a sore throat often or…

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Sudden Hearing Loss is an Emergency

Sudden Hearing Loss

If you’ve lost the ability to hear in one or both ears suddenly or within a matter of days, it’s important that you see a doctor right away. Sudden deafness is a serious condition that requires immediate medical attention in order to prevent permanent hearing loss.         What Could Cause Sudden Deafness?…

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The Difference Between Bacterial and Viral Sinus Infections

Sinus Infection Viral or Bacterial

Stuffiness. Sinus pain. Pressure. All of these symptoms could indicate a problem with your sinuses, but if you don’t get the appropriate diagnosis, you won’t get relief. Find out why it’s important for a doctor to decide whether your symptoms indicate a viral or bacterial infection so you can get the right treatment.    …

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Smoking Can Cause Ear, Nose and Throat Problems

ENT Problems & Smoking

Most of us have heard or read that smoking causes lung cancer and heart disease. But smoking is also the reason that millions of people suffer from other chronic illnesses every year – many of which have to do with the ear, nose and throat. If you’re a smoker, it’s worth your time to discover…

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Fall Is Here So Why Are Your Allergies Still on the Rise?

Fall Allergies

When we turned the corner from scorching heat to cooler weather, you probably expected to stop sneezing and wheezing. But unfortunately, allergy symptoms in the fall can be just as bad as in spring and summer if you’re allergic to ragweed, mold and dust mites. Here’s what you can do to make this beautiful season…

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Otosclerosis Symptoms and Treatment

Otosclerosis Treatment

Have you noticed that you can’t hear as well as you used to? If so, there could be a problem called Otosclerosis which effects the tiny bones inside your ear that allow sound to travel as it should. Gradual hearing loss is a symptom that shouldn’t be ignored, so it’s worth getting checked out if…

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What is a CPAP Machine?

CPAP Machine for Sleep Apnea

If you’ve been diagnosed with sleep apnea, your doctor probably gave you some suggestions for how to start breathing better at night. Losing weight and sleeping at an incline can help, but the most promising treatment option is to use a CPAP machine which keeps your airway open while you sleep.       Why…

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Eustachian Tube Dysfunction (ETD) Has a New Treatment

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction

Are you feeling dizzy lately? Do you feel pressure in your ears that sometimes causes pain? Are you having trouble hearing or have ringing or popping in your ears? All of these symptoms can be really frustrating to figure out. Your discomfort could be caused by a problem with a tiny tube called the Eustachian…

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