Ear, Nose & Throat
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Nosebleeds: When to Seek Medical Help
Most people will experience a nosebleed at some point in their life. Learn how to manage them at home and when you should see a doctor.
Is Vertigo a Sign of Serious Illness?
Occasional dizziness is quite common and not usually a serious health concern. Learn more about the possible causes and treatments for vertigo.
How to Find a Hearing Aid That's Right for You
If you’re dealing with hearing loss, soon you will be able to buy a hearing aid directly from stores or online, without a prescription or doctor exam.
Cochlear Implant Method Allows Local Man to Remain Awake During Surgery
After decades of hearing loss, Dick Schreck got a cochlear implant at UH using local anesthesia instead of general anesthesia, a method used at only a few centers in the country.
Considering a Nose Job? Everything You Need to Know about Rhinoplasty
Regardless of the primary reason for the procedure, the goal of rhinoplasty is always to achieve a result that is as balanced and natural-looking as possible.
Is It COVID-19, Cold, Allergies or the Flu?
You feel ill with nasal congestion, scratchy throat and fatigue. Is it a cold or is it COVID-19? Could it be allergies?
Cochlear Implant Gives Woman Back Her Independence
When hearing loss compounded Patricia Clifton’s ability to communicate as she had already been diagnosed with a vocal cord issue., she turned to University Hospitals otologist, Sarah Mowry, MD, who performed cochlear implant surgery.
Considering Cosmetic Ear Surgery? The Facts about Otoplasty
Cosmetic ear surgery is an option for both adults and children who want to reshape, resize or reconstruct the appearance of their ears. Learn more.