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How Balloon Sinuplasty Can Help You with Spring Allergies

Spring is beautiful, but it can also pose some health issues especially for those who are prone to seasonal allergies. Spring allergies Pollen is the biggest trigger of spring allergy. These tiny particles can be released by trees, weed, and grasses into the air, causing you to experience watery eyes, runny nose, coughing, itchy eyes,... Read More

Oral and Throat Cancer: Signs and Symptoms

The American Cancer Society estimates that about 54,000 Americans will get oropharyngeal cancer in 2021. This particular type of cancer, which is twice more common in men than in women, can affect any part of your oral cavity. This includes your lips, tongue, larynx or voice box, throat, hard palate, salivary glands, and gums. Signs... Read More




Why Your Child Should See an ENT

Ears, nose, and throat conditions are common in children. This is also one of the top reasons why parents bring their children to the doctor. However, seeing your primary provider is often not enough. Read More

How Winter Affects Sinusitis

Sinus problems are prevalent during the winter season due to a number of factors. One, the dry air from home heating breaks down the mucous membrane, the body’s natural barrier to viruses and bacteria. This makes it easier for microorganisms to pass more easily into the nasal passages, causing the sinus problems we often associate... Read More

What You Should Know About Thyroid Diseases

Many of us don’t really think too much of the thyroid gland unless something goes wrong. Conditions affecting the thyroid can have an impact on our metabolism, causing changes in weight, mood, energy levels, and sensitivity to certain temperatures. The Thyroid Gland The thyroid gland is a small, butterfly-shaped gland located at the base of... Read More


What is a Balance Disorder?

Our sense of balance is brought by a complex system found in our ears. Within the bones and cartilage of our ears are fluids that change in position with motion. A sensor in the ear sends this information to the brain. All of this makes up our vestibular system. Anything that affects any part of it can disrupt the system and consequently, our sense of balance. Read More

Skin Cancer of the Head and Neck

Skin cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in the United States. It occurs when mutations develop in the skin cells, causing them to grow uncontrollably, forming a mass of cancer cells. Read More

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

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