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Laryngitis is a condition that affects the vocal cords and results in the loss of voice and the inflammation of the surrounding tissues. In cases of chronic laryngitis, the vocal cords may be permanently damaged prompting the voice to become permanently raspy and hoarse.
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Though you may experience an allergic reaction during any of the four seasons, the summer weather produces many specific allergens.
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This statistics makes sinusitis one of the most common ailments in the United States today. Fully 15 percent of the population suffers from chronic (recurring) sinusitis.
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It may seem odd, but using botox treatment on your vocal chords may be the way to go.
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If antibiotics aren't working for sinusitis, here are a few things you can do.
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Even though seasonal allergy sufferers face a vicious yearly cycle, there are ways to minimize the severity of their reactions to environmental allergies.
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Snoring is a very common occurrence, affecting nearly 90 percent of adults at one point in their lives or another. Caused by vibrations in the tissues of the upper airway, the rattly sound (sometimes loud, sometimes soft) occurs during sleep, when breathing through the mouth, nose, and throat is not consciously moderated.
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What is a Deviated Septum. How can you tell if you have it? When to see a doctor about it.
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Sinusitis is no fun. You can get it at any age. But, here are the most common ages. Gender really doesn't matter as it's pretty 50/50. Here is all you should know about sinusitis awareness for children.
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Since you see a dentist twice a year they are seeing x-rays of your face frequently. If they have referred you to an ENT, it could be for the following reasons:
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