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Chronic Cough

A cough is your body’s reflex to clear your airways of mucus and the appearance of other foreign objects such as dust…

Neck Mass

The ears, nose, and throat areas are the most common affected parts by head and neck cancers. It depends on where the…

Tonsillitis

Tonsillitis is the inflammation of the tonsils triggered by a bacterial or viral infection. The tonsils are two small…

Hearing Loss

Hearing loss occurs gradually with age, commonly called presbycusis, it is a natural part of growing up. Aging and…

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction

Eustachian tubes are small tubes that connect between your middle ears and the upper throat. Their main purpose is for…

Earwax (Cerumen)

Earwax or cerumen is a yellowish, waxy material inside the ear, it produced by the sebaceous gland in the ear canal….

Septoplasty

Patients are often confused with Septoplasty recovery and treatment. Septoplasty surgery’s aim is to align or…

Sinus Surgery

Sinuses are cavities inside a person’s skull that are positioned around the eyes and nose, particularly within the…

Facial Trauma

Facial trauma is an injury of the face which includes the facial bones such as the upper jaw bone (maxilla). Facial…

Head & Neck Cancer

Symptoms of Head and Neck cancer may depend on where the cancer develops and how it spreads. Besides the physical…

Parathyroid

Parathyroid cancer are malignant cancer cells that form in the tissues of a parathyroid gland. It is a rare disease…

Thyroid Cancer

Causes There is still no apparent reason as to why most people get thyroid cancer. But there are factors that…

Insomnia

Insomnia is a sleeping disorder attributed to people having difficulty staying asleep or falling asleep. In most…

Snoring

Snoring occurs when tissue vibrates in the upper airway that causes the noisy breathing that either keep you up or…

Sleep Apnea

The “Apnea” in Sleep Apnea literally means to “stop breathing” or “no breath”. It is a common and serious disorder in…