Nose

  • 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: Admin         Comments: Comments Off on

    Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of Empty Nose Syndrome

  • Once and For All: Here’s What to Do When You Have a Nosebleed

    I can remember when I was a kid, a camp counselor told me you put your head forward when you have a nosebleed. and later that same week a teacher told me that you need to put your head back when you have a nosebleed. Who does one trust, when you’re a small child and […]

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    Published on: February 21, 2017         Published by: Admin         Comments: No Comments

  • Do You Have a Sinus Infection or a Christmas Cold?

    “All I got for the holidays was a cold that won’t quit.” The holiday season is a stressful time and we are all susceptible to illness, so prevention should be a part of your holiday routine… But with family obligations and the constant stream of Christmas parties, we don’t always have the time to take […]

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    Published on: December 19, 2016         Published by: Admin         Comments: No Comments

  • 4 Things Toddlers Like to Put in Their Nose

    Toddlers sometimes do things that make no sense, such as sticking things up their noses. For the most part, when a child does this it’s easy to get out through safe, gentle means. However, sometimes children end up shoving items deep enough into the nose to create a serious problem. These are among the most popular things […]

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    Published on: September 12, 2016         Published by: Admin         Comments: No Comments