There’s been a rise in oral cancer rates over the past decade or so. As a result, doctors urge patients to get screened regularly, because early detection is... Read more
Tonsillectomies used to be considered rote procedures for children who routinely suffered from throat infections and/or breathing problems. Located right at the back of the mouth – and... Read more
Everybody snores, right? Wrong. Snoring is normal, right? Wrong. Snoring might be irritating for your partner, but it’s not a serious problem, right? Wrong.
The reality is that snoring... Read more
While we never support the overuse of antibiotics – some bacterial infections require action sooner rather than later – and strep throat is one of them. Called streptococcal... Read more
Many people are aware that their hearing has deteriorated but are reluctant to seek help.
Perhaps they don't want to acknowledge the problem or believe they can "get by"... Read more
Got a minute? Watch our newest video and learn 8 fun facts about ears and hearing (humans and animals alike) you probably didn't know! Read more
Hunting season is under way in Washington, Idaho and throughout the Northwest. And whether you hunt big game, waterfowl, turkey or other wildlife, you are at high risk... Read more
Back in 1927, the month of May was designated Better Hearing and Speech Month. They did this to raise awareness about the causes and treatment of hearing loss... Read more
A recent article was posted on livescience.com titled “Cotton Swabs Send 34 Kids to the ER Every Day.” The article reports on a new study that showed that “between 1990 and... Read more
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