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Otolaryngology (INACTIVE)

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  • With fewer vaccinations, is your child's school safe?

    With fewer vaccinations, is your child's school safe?
    Across the country, preschools and elementary schools are declaring themselves nut free or peanut free, asking families not to pack lunch foods that could pose life-threatening dangers to highly allergic children. And the prohibitions are expanding beyond nuts. Some schools, for example, have prohibited powdered cheese products to protect children who are especially dairy sensitive.
  • Good plastic surgery, bad plastic surgery

    Good plastic surgery, bad plastic surgery
    Like it or not, plastic surgery is here to stay. Sure, some people will tout the virtues of self-acceptance and aging gracefully and lament that the rise of cosmetic procedures (including fillers, Botox and the like) signifies the swift decline of...

    Do claims for tinnitus supplements ring true?

    Do claims for tinnitus supplements ring true?
    For millions of people, the quietest room is never quiet enough. Even when surrounded by silence, they can hear a ringing or buzzing in their ears that drives them to distraction. The sound is called tinnitus, and sufferers — often people with...

    Take a deep breath -- more bad news on air pollution

    Take a deep breath -- more bad news on air pollution
    It's easy to see how air pollution would affect respiratory disease: You breathe in smog-filled miasma all day and the ozone, other noxious gases and small particulate matter therein can make you wheeze and cough. Pollutants can trigger asthma attacks and...

    Convertibles may be hazardous to your hearing

     
    Love to drive with the top down and hear the wind whipping past you? Well, you may not be putting your ears at risk, according to a study presented today at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head...