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Ear infections make children feel miserable from the fever, pain, and trouble sleeping that they cause. Although all children usually get ear infections sooner or later, sometimes, they seem to happen a little too frequently.
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Sinusitis occurs when the nasal passages become inflamed and swollen. When this happens, mucus cannot drain, causing it to build up. This leads to facial pain in and around the nose and can be quite severe. Headaches are also common. You can suffer from this condition any time of the year, including winter.
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We are a caring office of ear, nose and throat professional physicians and support staff with locations in Boise and Nampa, Idaho.
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How do you know when you should make an appointment with an ENT doctor? The letters stand for Ear, Nose and Throat, and these doctors are specialists in disorders of the head and neck. ENT doctors know that many of the conditions they treat begin as seemingly minor problems for the patient.
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Millions of people who've experienced congestion or pain and pressure in their heads, along with greenish-yellow discharges when blowing their noses, know how miserable sinusitis can be. But when your condition lasts for more than 12 weeks, you likely have chronic sinusitis.
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Nothing can be cuter than sneaking in your toddler's room and hearing them peacefully snore. Though snoring isn't normally a problem, it can indicate that your child has some health problems that need to be addressed by an Ear Nose Throat (ENT) specialist. Watch for these symptoms that could mean something more serious is going on with your child.
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Breathing problems occur for a number of different reasons. The most common long-term reasons are acute sinusitis, allergies, asthma, emphysema and COPD, which is chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
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An abnormal change in your voice coupled with a dry and scratchy throat is commonly referred to as a "hoarse throat," a condition that can range from a mild irritation to something requiring attention from a medical professional. Knowing what to try first can keep a hoarse throat from becoming a serious concern.
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Great singing requires healthy vocal cords. Whether you're a professional artist or an amateur chorister, fatigued vocal cords compromise your sound and can lead to injury and the development of nodes.
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A doctor's hands can make the difference between living a healthy, comfortable life and living with pain and misery. It is the doctor's job to ascertain the best ways to alleviate your discomforts. They will use the latest tech in the determination, but it will be their hands and foreknowledge that direct your treatment.
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