All Ear, Nose & Throat Topics

Blocked Nose All the Time Dec 02, 2015

Blocked nose all the time can affect your daily life. Learn how underlying causes of this condition are diagnosed and treated both at home and in the hospital. View Full Article...

Constant Throat Clearing Dec 02, 2015

Constant throat clearing can be quite annoying, and could be caused by medical conditions such as reflux or allergies. Here is our advice on what you can do to deal with it. View Full Article...

Whooshing Sound in Ear Dec 02, 2015

That bothersome whooshing sound in ear(s) is caused by a medical condition called tinnitus. Learn about different kinds of tinnitus, and how this condition is treated. View Full Article...

I Can Hear My Heartbeat in My Ear Dec 02, 2015

I can hear my heartbeat in my ear is a common patient complaint that is usually harmless and self-limiting, but may also be related to abnormal blood flow. View Full Article...

White Spots on Throat Dec 01, 2015

There are different reasons as to why there are white spots on throat. While most can be easily treated, others lead to more complicated health issues. View Full Article...

Bumps in Back of Throat Nov 26, 2015

Bumps in back of throat can be irritating and can cause a lot of pain too. The causes behind it differ and it remains easily treatable once the cause is found. View Full Article...

What to Expect in Sinus Surgery Recovery Nov 16, 2015

In sinus surgery recovery, you may expect bleeding, pain, nasal congestion, numbness and decreased sense of smell. Read for how to take care of yourself during the recovery. View Full Article...

Feels Like Water in Ear Nov 16, 2015

If you have something that feels like water in ear, there could be an infection. Here are the reasons behind this sensation and a few home tricks to bring you relief. View Full Article...

Otitis Media in Adults Nov 05, 2015

Otitis media in adults can be caused by many things. Here we outline the causes, treatments, and some helpful home remedies to alleviate the pain and suffering. View Full Article...

Deviated Septum Surgery Recovery Nov 04, 2015

Deviated septum surgery recovery time, depending on the severity of your situation, varies from 3 days to over a week. But there're ways that you can help shorten that time. View Full Article...

 
 
Current time: 01/19/2017 10:41:14 pm (America/New_York) Memory usage: 1138.3KB