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Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)
About 25% of newborns have an ear deformity, including little Adelyn. A painless, nonsurgical treatment used a mold and maternal estrogen to reshape her ear and avoid future surgery.
Ears are amazing organs. They help us hear and experience the world. Yet some people are prone to painful ear infections. Get answers to questions about this common condition.
Ear wax has many important jobs, including protecting and lubricating your ears. Discover the simple, safe way to keep your ears clean and why you shouldn't put a small object into your ear canal.
Do you have a stuffy or blocked nose even when you're otherwise feeling well? You may have a nasal obstruction. Learn about a new treatment option using an absorbable nasal implant.
Nasal congestion with a cold or allergy is common. But a long-lasting stuffy nose may be caused by chronic sinusitis. Read a Q&A about this condition and finding relief.
Occasional nosebleeds, especially during winter, are a minor annoyance. But how do you know when it's serious and requires emergency medical care? Watch for these 3 signs, and get prevention and self-care tips.
Jerry Wojtkiewicz woke up many mornings more tired than when he went to bed because of sleep apnea. Now, he's sleeping well and waking refreshed thanks to upper airway stimulation therapy.
Did you know that HPV infection increases risk of throat and mouth cancer? Learn about prevention, symptoms and treatment options.
Love or loathe it, your nose is a key part of your visual identity. One of the most common nose deformities is a deviated septum. Here are answers to 10 common questions about this condition.
If you have pain or pressure in your forehead with nasal symptoms, you may think you have a sinus headache. But 90% of people with these symptoms are actually experiencing migraine headaches. Learn the difference.
About 29 million U.S. adults are diagnosed with a sinus infection annually. Clear up misconceptions with answers to 8 common sinus questions.
You know that ear, nose and throat (ENT) providers care for ear infections. But they treat a much wider range of conditions. Read about the 8 common conditions treated by ENT, ranging from tonsillitis to dizziness.