Nosebleeds happen, but how do you know what’s a “wait it out” bleed versus a “go to the ER” bleed? We break it down.
If you’re dealing with a painful earache, you may have heard that essential oils can help. But here’s why this isn’t a safe treatment — and what you can try instead.
Reasons for throat and ear pain range from a passing infection to something far more serious. An ear, nose and throat specialist shares advice and encourages prompt medical attention.
Social situations are particularly difficult for people with hearing loss, but our audiologist explains the many adaptive options, as well as the many hearing and assistive devices out there that can help.
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You don’t have to be Michael Phelps to get swimmer’s ear. In fact, you don’t even have to swim! Find out what causes swimmer’s ear, why it tends to happen during the summer and what you can do to reduce your chances of getting it.
We talked to an audiologist to find out how to protect your hearing — without missing out on a good time.
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It’s one of the worst parts of flying: You finally hit that cruising altitude, and suddenly, your hearing is all muffled and it feels like your ears are plugged up. But this isn’t the only time your ears can get clogged. Learn what causes plugged up ears and the safest ways to pop them to relieve the pressure.