Healthy Ears, Nose and Throat
Ear, nose and throat (ENT) problems can impact your life in many ways, affecting your hearing, sleep, breathing, and even your sense of balance. An otolaryngologist, also called a head and neck surgeon, treats these issues, as well as more serious problems like cancer.Learn more
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Ear, Nose and Throat Q&As
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What is tinnitus?
Many people with hearing loss also have tinnitus, commonly known as ringing in the ear. This phrase is misleading, however, because some people hear ringing while others hear whistles or buzzing or almost any described sounds…
- Q Can I prevent hearing loss?
- Q What increases my risk for throat cancer?
- Q How can I have a healthy voice?
- Q How do I know if I have TMJ?
- Q What are the causes of swallowing disorders?
- Q What is swimmer’s ear?
- Q What does a nose job involve?
- Q What is benign positional vertigo?
- Q What are ways to relieve chronic sinus infections?
- Q What types of surgery can cure snoring?
ENT Action Plans
If you're experiencing problems with your ears, nose or throat, use these action plans to feel better fast.
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How Ear Tubes Help Chronic Ear Infections
Some kids seem to have one ear infection after another. Is surgery the answer? Start here to find out if your child needs tubes.