Perforated Eardrums

When you’re healthy, you often don’t give your ears a second thought. But when faced with a health condition that affects your hearing, you suddenly find yourself looking for solutions. This is understandable; our ears are crucial in allowing us to communicate effectively, and are often our first line of defense against danger.

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Deviated Septum

When the nose is not functioning properly, it can be difficult to breathe. There may also be nosebleeds or snoring. Problems with the nose are often a sign of another condition or disorder and should be diagnosed by a doctor

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Disorders of the neck and throat can cause pain and interfere with your ability to speak, swallow, and eat. Your metabolism may be affected, leading to weakness, muscle aches, irritability, weight gain or loss, and sensitivity to heat or cold. Tumors that form in this region can spread to other areas of the body.

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Allergies are your body’s way of fighting off what it perceives as a threat. When a substance that is normally harmless triggers an immune system response, antibodies are produced in the blood and tissues to attack the allergen. Chemicals called histamines flood the bloodstream, causing inflammation of the tissues and blood vessels, and a variety of symptoms that include itchiness, watery eyes, and runny nose.

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Tonsils & Adenoids

Few things are more upsetting to parents than watching their children suffer from the pain and misery associated with illnesses and diseases. Colds and infections are unavoidable; children’s immune systems are still developing, and getting sick is a normal part of growing up. That doesn’t mean relief isn’t available, however. Common childhood conditions like ear and tonsil infections, asthma, sinus infections, and allergy issues may cause misery, but there are steps you can take as a parent to ease your child’s discomfort.

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