Ear, Nose & Throat
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Although most often diagnosed in older adults, oral cancers are becoming increasingly common in younger people. Learn why and how to reduce your risk.
Ear, nose and throat complaints can range from allergies to hearing loss, balance and swallowing disorders to head and neck cancer. When should you see a specialist?
Painful popping, ear fullness or muffled hearing is often caused by Eustachian tube dysfunction.
When medication isn’t enough to relieve your seasonal allergy symptoms, immunotherapy in the form of allergy shots can help.
Tonsils and adenoids are tiny structures than can cause big problems for some children. Learn why removing one or both might be recommended for your child.
When swallowing becomes difficult or impossible, it can lead to serious health consequences. Regardless of the cause, effective treatments are available.
A mild winter has contributed to another severe allergy season, as pollen is circulating earlier and there’s more of it in the air.
We often take our ears for granted, but they’re delicate organs that can develop a multitude of problems, some of which can lead to hearing loss.