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  • Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome

    Empty nose syndrome (ENS) is a clinical nasal syndrome that prevents an individual from being able to contract proper airflow to and from their nasal cavities. This syndrome is particularly complex, however, as those affected by it do not have anything obscuring their nasal passages, but feel as though they do. In fact, ENS is […]

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    Published on: October 30, 2017         Published by: CT Nguyen

  • Infectious Diseases Arise As Flooding Recedes

    Hurricanes are one of the most brutal natural disasters, leaving wreckage that can seem impossible to recover from. One of the worst aspects of a hurricane is the flooding it leaves behind. Flooding leads to a staggering number of health problems that have nothing to do with drowning. Preparing and becoming educated on these potential […]

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    Published on: September 26, 2017         Published by: CT Nguyen

  • Post-Hurricane Harvey – Are Allergies and Asthma a Health Concern?

    Hurricane Harvey ripped through Texas and caused staggering amounts of devastation. Now amidst the cleanup, are allergies and asthma going to be a concern for the health of Harvey-affected residents? Floods Bring Health Issues Flooding brings many hidden health issues to light that are usually pushed down in priority. The devastation Hurricane Harvey brought to […]

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    Published on: September 25, 2017         Published by: CT Nguyen

  • Can Sinus Infection Cause Teeth Pain?

    If your teeth ache, you probably call your dentist for an appointment. You naturally assume that pain is the result of a cavity or other dental issue. But it could be that the pain is not triggered by a dental problem. Instead, your sinuses could be the culprit, especially if the pain is localized to […]

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    Published on: August 21, 2017         Published by: CT Nguyen

  • Can Sinus Infections Cause Brain Abscess?

    Even the name sounds intimidating—brain abscess. It can be an extremely serious condition and one that requires immediate medical treatment. But what, exactly, is a brain abscess and how does one develop? By learning a bit more about the causes, symptoms and treatments of a brain abscess, you can be aware of what to look […]

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    Published on: August 7, 2017         Published by: CT Nguyen


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