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Archive for: February, 2021

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5 Commonly Believed Allergy Myths – Debunked!

By: Kelly Warf, Au.D. Michael Layland, M.D. Allergies occur when the body sees the allergen substance as a foreign invader and reacts. Reactions to the allergen can range from mild to severe in the individual. Many believe these 5 allergy remedies will help- but we’re breaking down these allergy myths....

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News / Throat

7 Tips to Stop a GERD Cough

By: Kelly Warf, Au.D. Michael Layland, M.D. Many are surprised to learn that the issue behind their chronic cough is not a cold, but rather due to gastroesophageal reflux or GERD. The U.S. Library of Medicine found that GERD was associated in 25% or more cases of chronic coughing. The...

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Waiting to get hearing aids can hurt your hearing heath; How even a mild hearing loss can increase progression of dementia, difficulty in speech understanding, and social isolation

By: Kelly Warf, Au.D. While the word “mild” may not bear much weight, that isn’t the case when it comes to a mild hearing loss. It may not feel like you are missing the conversation, however, your eyes and brain are working harder to compensate for your hearing loss. “I...

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News / Nose

How to Treat Chronic Nose Bleeds

By: Kelly Warf, Au.D. Alexander Goldin, M.D. Epistaxis; the medical term for nosebleeds. It can be a mild ailment that can often be treated at home or other times serious blood loss can result and it can be dangerous. Medical intervention is recommended if home remedies do not stop the...

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