Two Sleep Apnea Surgeries You May Need

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If you have a severe sleep apnea condition and have decided that surgical intervention is right for you, then you will need to meet with an ENT professional who specializes in sleep apnea procedures. In some cases, a single procedure will not be enough to treat the condition, so multiple surgeries will be completed instead during a single operation. Keep reading to learn about two of the more common surgeries that may be completed together.

26 July 2017

Can Osteoporosis Lead To Hearing Loss?

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Osteoporosis is not just a disease that affects your bones. Research has shown that it can impact whether you develop hearing loss. If you are at risk of developing osteoporosis, here is what you need to know about its link to hearing loss. What Is the Link Between Osteoporosis and Hearing Loss? There are several theories on why osteoporosis can increase the likelihood of developing hearing loss, but researchers have not found a definitive link.

19 July 2017

Think Your Infant May Have Had An Allergic Reaction? Here's What You Need To Know About Anaphylaxis

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If you are the parent of an infant who may have had a mild allergic reaction, it is crucial for you to seek allergy treatment for your child. The reason for this is because it only takes seconds or minutes for a severe allergic reaction to occur once someone has already been sensitized from a first-time exposure. Should this happen and immediate treatment is not given, death can occur within 15 minutes.

19 July 2017

Tips For Alleviating Your Hay Fever And Grass Allergy Symptoms

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If you are allergic to spring and summer grasses and vegetation, then it is said you suffer from "hay fever." Hay fever is actually an allergy to the pollens produced by grasses, weeds, and trees. The main symptoms of hay fever allergies are a runny nose and itchy, watery eyes and they can be a real annoyance. Thankfully, by following a combination of the tips below, you can greatly reduce or even eliminate the annoying symptoms of your hay fever:

17 July 2017