The number one cause of nosebleeds is something that those of us in Wisconsin are all too familiar with — dry air. Nosebleeds can often be prevented with a few do's and don’ts.
To any parent who has experienced long nights with a baby suffering from an ear infection — Carrie Loe understands your pain. Carrie and her husband, Stuart, are raising four children ages 7 and under. Three of them have had recurrent ear, nose and throat (ENT) problems that required specialty care.
From beads and popcorn kernels to LEGO parts and foam stuffing, I have found all sorts of small objects lodged in children’s ears and noses. In my 30 years of experience as a pediatric ear, nose and throat doctor, I’ve
This is a great question that comes up a lot. Everyone has heard of tonsils, but very few people actually know what they are or what they do.
By the time your child reaches 3 years old, in all likelihood he or she will have experienced one — if not several — ear infections.