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COVID-19 and Winter Allergies

The change in season also comes with another layer of worry especially if you’re prone to seasonal allergies. Are these symptoms related to winter allergy or COVID-19? Read More

Tips for Better Hearing

Our hearing is one of our most important senses, yet we neglect it a lot of times. This month is National Protect Your Hearing Month, where we raise awareness on hearing loss and ways to prevent it. Read More

Audiology Awareness Month

October is National Audiology Awareness Month and hearing professionals are urging the public to learn more about hearing loss and ways to protect our hearing. Read More

Does Vaping Cause a Sore Throat?

Vaping has become so popular among the younger population and with people who wanted to shift from traditional tobacco smoking. However, with the growing use also comes the increasing number of sore throat complaints.  Can vaping really cause a sore throat? Throat irritation is a common complaint among vaping rookies. And here are some of... Read More



Back-to-School Tips

As parents, you may still be worried about your kids' health especially with the pandemic. So, what can you do to prepare and protect your kids' for in-person classes? Here are some helpful tips from ENTs. Read More

Noise: The Effect it Has on Your Health

Many of us know that prolonged exposure to a noisy environment can lead to hearing loss. But researchers found out that noise can also affect our health in other ways. In several studies, it shows that regular exposure to loud noise is associated with cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension and high blood cholesterol. Read More

What People with Asthma Need to Know About Face Masks

The United States has one of the highest numbers of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the world. As of this writing, the country has over 3 million confirmed cases and over 140,000 deaths. With the continuous surge of COVID-19 cases, many states and establishments are requiring people to wear masks in public. Read More

When to See an ENT

When you have a problem specific to your ears, nose, or throat, you may have to see a specialist. In this case, it’s an ENT doctor or otolaryngologist. An ENT doctor can help diagnose and treat conditions that involve the ears, nose, and throat. Some of the conditions an ENT doctor can help you with include: Read More

Vocal Cord Injuries

Have you been experiencing hoarseness or raspiness in your voice for more than two weeks? If you are, it's time to book an appointment with a specialist. It could be a case of vocal cord injury. Most cases of vocal cord injuries are a result of misuse or abuse. Here are some of the most common vocal cord disorders: Read More

Tips for Traveling with Asthma

Traveling with asthma can pose some challenges. But with the right planning and preparation, you can have a less stressful trip. Here are some things that can help: Read More

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