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  • When to Worry About a Nosebleed

    Nosebleeds can often induce panic due to the amount of blood they can produce. The good news is that they are very rarely a credible threat to a person’s health. Despite producing enough blood to turn your shirt into a CSI prop, only about 10% of nosebleeds are brought to the doctor or emergency room. […]

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    Published on: August 5, 2015         Published by: Admin         Comments: No Comments

  • 3 Problems That Cause Dark Circles Under Your Eyes

    The dark circles that surround the perimeter of your eyes are known as periorbital dark circles by doctors. This change in appearance is caused by many different reasons. Almost everyone gets these dark circles from time to time, but some of us end up suffering from them on a consistent basis. Depending on your medical […]

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    Published on: August 3, 2015         Published by: Admin         Comments: No Comments

  • Is it Swimmers’ Ear or Something More Serious?

    Despite how accustomed to temporary pain you may be, ear pain can have a way of driving you crazy, especially if you can’t tell if it’s swimmer’s ear or not.  Understanding the source of your ear pain can determine how much suffering you’re going to endure over the next few days. Apples and oranges The terms “ear […]

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    Published on: May 25, 2015         Published by: Admin         Comments: No Comments

  • Why Home Remedies for Ears and Nose Don’t Work

    Having ear pain or infection is the start of an agonizing and tedious couple of days for most folks so it’s no surprise many will take the first ear home remedy they come across. The thing is, as simple as your ear may seem, the conditions it can suffer from are pretty complicated and a quick fix […]

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    Published on: May 23, 2015         Published by: Admin         Comments: No Comments

  • What Every Parent Needs to Know About Ear Infections

    It’s easy to panic when you don’t know what to do about your child’s ear infection.  The pain is overwhelming and half the time they don’t even know how to tell you what’s wrong.  If you know how to spot the signs though, both you and your kid can keep the pain to a minimum. Pain, […]

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    Published on: May 21, 2015         Published by: Admin         Comments: No Comments


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