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An estimated 12,000 new throat cancer cases will be diagnosed in America each year, which is why maintaining good throat health should be a priority for all. An appointment with an ear, nose and throat (ENT) doctor is one of the best ways to gain a cancer screening and stay on top of your throat health.  As with most cancers,

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The vocal cord muscles are among the most important muscles in the body, but we often take them for granted. Located inside the larynx, which is at the top of the windpipe, vocal cords play an essential role in all human communication while they can also influence swallowing and breathing motions. Therefore, any vocal cord injury must be treated by

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Fall and winter are some of the most magical times of the year. We all love watching the trees change color before shedding their leaves while walking on a blanket of crisp snow is something we all love too. However, there’s one issue we don’t love during the colder months: allergies. Unlike spring allergies , fall and winter allergies are

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Having an issue with your throat can cause a number of problems, from general irritation to trouble eating and drinking. The pain and the irritation that comes with a throat infection doesn't just affect the throat; it affects the whole ear, nose and throat system. You may end up feeling feverish, in pain or run down; and the best thing

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Dealing with recurrent tonsillitis can be exhausting – both physically and mentally. The ache, the fever, the inability to speak or swallow? No one wants to deal with that level of pain ever, but with tonsillitis, it's a given. Tonsils are the two large glands in the back of the throat that act as a barrier to bacteria going down

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No one goes to bed thinking that they will get anything less than a restful night of sleep. Sleep apnea, however, is a condition that doesn't discriminate and can affect anyone. Did you know that it can affect three in 10 men? It can also affect two in 10 women. Sleep apnea is not a nice condition to deal with

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Nosebleeds, technically known as epistaxis , can affect anyone at seemingly any time. As well as being common, they can be frustrating and even embarrassing. In most cases, the cause of the bleeding is unknown, and most relatively minor bleeds will solve themselves after a while. However, there are times that you might need to consider seeing an ENT, such

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In most cases, a headache doesn’t constitute a serious medical problem to fret over. The majority of headaches occur due to stress, hunger and dehydration, and these can simply be managed by drinking enough water, eating, and getting enough rest. However, if you are experiencing headaches frequently, and the main is moderate to severe, it may be time to visit

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Your thyroid gland is a vital endocrine gland that produces hormones to control your body's physiological processes, including metabolic activities like sweating. Your thyroid can be found just below your voice box (larynx), situated in the middle of your lower neck. Thyroid conditions such as overactive glands (hyperthyroidism) and underactive glands (hypothyroidism) affect millions of Americans. Patients whose thyroid glands

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A sinus infection is something you want to deal with right away to prevent it from escalating. However, it’s not easy to discern between the different symptoms and what they mean. After all, an infection manifests itself in a similar way to the flu or a cold, so you can’t always act decisively. With that in mind, here are some

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