Ear, Nose & Throat
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After 10 years of struggling for restorative rest following a diagnosis of sleep apnea, Colin Vivolo began a search for better answers and a new doctor. Research brought him to UH.
If you’re one of the nearly 10 percent of U.S. adults who experience some form of tinnitus, there may be help.
If you have vocal cord dysfunction, the vocal cords close whenyou breathe in, blocking most air flow and causing shortness of breath, which is classically confused with asthma.
Many factors influence the health and performance of your voice, but some modifications are relatively easy to incorporate into your daily lifestyle. Here are three tips to continue protecting your voice for years to come.
Whether it's running down your nose or the back of your throat, excess nasal drainage is no fun. Fortunately, the problem is common and usually easy to solve. Find out how.
Hoarseness is one of the most common reasons patients see otolaryngologists. Learn the causes of hoarseness and how your vocal cords can heal.
A chronic cough is a cough that lasts for more than six to eight weeks. Learn the signs of a chronic cough, common causes and what you should if if you think you have it.
People with vocal cord dysfunction (VCD) often think they have asthma because the symptoms and triggers can be similar. Worse, people have both VCD and asthma. Learn the difference between these two conditions and what you should do.