Do you ever think you or your child develop too many ear infections? While ear infections are much more common in children, there may be an underlying cause for repeat or chronic ear infections that needs to be treated.
We’ve all had that achy pain in forehead, cheekbones and bridge of the nose, but what exactly is it? If it’s accompanied by a runny nose, facial swelling, or fullness in the ears, it’s most likely a sinus headache.
Should I Be Concerned About Age-Related Hearing Loss?
One in three adults between the ages of 65 and 74 and more than half of people over the age of 75 suffer from age-related hearing loss, which is also known as presbycusis. So what is this common condition and what should you know about it?
What is Laryngitis?
Laryngitis is an inflammation of the voice box that causes a change in the air flow to your throat. The change in air flow leads to your voice to become hoarse. Laryngitis is usually not serious and symptoms typically go away on their own within two weeks. On rare occasions, laryngitis can become chronic.
Though you may not experience very cold weather here in Fort Worth, if you travel for the holidays, here are some tips for maintaining throat health during colder, drier weather.
Every body has dealt with the pain and discomfort caused by ear infections. Though ear infections are harmless a majority of the time, it’s important to have all the facts to properly diagnose and treat ear infections.
Swimmer’s ear, also known as external otitis, is a bacterial infection of the outer ear canal. It’s typically caused by excessive water exposure from various activities, such as swimming, diving, surfing and other water sports. Continue reading
Nasal allergies occur when allergens in the air affect the nasal passages due to an overreaction of your immune system. They can be caused by a range of allergens, including pollen, animal dander, mold, feathers and more.
So, how can you win the battle against the runny nose, itchy eyes and nasal congestion?Here are a few ways to treat nasal allergies:
Nosebleeds can be caused by many things such as physical trauma, allergies, or underlying diseases that affect the blood. While nosebleeds are usually minor, it is still important to properly treat them otherwise they can cause major issues.