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Effects of Hearing Loss

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A person who has low hearing or the voice of another person, or is unable to hear the clear words of another person is suffering from hearing loss.

Types of Hearing Loss

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There are three primary types of hearing loss. Each type of hearing loss is caused by defects in certain parts of the auditory system.

Tonsillitis in Children

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Tonsillitis is a common infection in children that affects the tonsils in their throats. Tonsils found in our body act as a filter that prevents from bacteria

Causes of Nose Bleeding

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Nose bleeding is a common problem, especially in summer. When the temperature gets high and dryness increases, it creates many problems

Keep Your Teeth Healthy

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A smile is your accessory and pearly white teeth make it even more beautiful. Smiling is good for your health.

Sinus Help from a Professional ENT

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Sinusitis affects both the nose and the sinuses. It affects about one in eight adults annually. For many, the inflammation starts when viruses or bacteria infect your sinuses and begin to multiply

How to keep yourself comfortable in monsoon?

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Monsoon, the lovely and pleasurable weather, rain droplets of water, and the sweet smell of soil, fresh breeze, and small splash of water around us this season excite everyone.

Childhood Hearing Loss

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In Some cases, babies and young children have hearing problems. Mostly, their parents are not able to pay much attention in the beginning. It is found later in their life when they grow up and could not react to anything due to hearing loss. If these prob

Do Your Child Need Ear Tubes?

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The middle ear is separated from the outer ear by the ear drum and is connected to the upper throat and the back of the nose via the Eustachian tubes. The Eustachian tubes help equalize the air pressure in the Middle Ear, which can sometimes be lower t