Otolaryngology

What you should know about throat ulcers

2020-04-10T02:42:37+00:00

As published on medicalnewstoday.com, written by Lori Smith BSN MSN CRNPAt times, a person may have an ulcer in the throat, esophagus, or voice box that can cause problems eating, drinking, chewing, swallowing, or talking. Many things, including chemotherapy and radiation, fungal, bacterial or viral infections, cancer, stomach acid reflux, and other conditions that [...]

What you should know about throat ulcers2020-04-10T02:42:37+00:00

“There’s a huge connection” between Lyme disease & profound hearing loss

2020-04-10T02:16:05+00:00

As published on huffingtonpost.com, written by David Michael Conner In September, I was contacted by a representative of the American Academy of Audiology, who wrote that the AAA “is working on educating the public of the many factors that can contribute to hearing loss and the seriousness of that loss.” [...]

“There’s a huge connection” between Lyme disease & profound hearing loss2020-04-10T02:16:05+00:00
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