perforated eardrum

5 Things You Should Know About Perforated Eardrum

Posted 27.01.2017 by Admin

As you would have known, the eardrum is a thin membrane that can be susceptible to damage, especially when there is an infection or a trauma wound that is caused by an accidental deep insertion into the ear. Medically, a perforated eardrum simply means that there is a hole in the eardrum. Here are five […]

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keeping winter allergies at bay

Keeping Winter Allergies At Bay

Posted 03.01.2017 by Admin

One big misconception people usually have is that they think allergies are associated only with warm weather or during the time when there’s lot of pollen discharge in the air during those seasonal periods. In fact, the winter season brings with it a horde of allergy problems, especially for those that have to stay a […]

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safe ear wax removal

How To Remove Ear Wax Safely

Posted 30.09.2016 by Admin

Cerumen, which we often refer to as ear wax is a fatty substance that helps to keep our ears clean. Ear wax is known to lubricate and protect the ear lining. Most people tend to think that ear wax is a problem but this is not the case. It becomes a problem when the ear […]

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ragweed allergy

Is Your Child Allergic To Ragweed?

Posted 15.09.2016 by Admin

How can you tell if your child is allergic to ragweed? The ragweed season usually happens in mid-September and it is usually felt up to the end of summer. Most kids dread the end of summer and the ragweed season only makes the matter worse for some kids. There are kids who are allergic to […]

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speech and language development in children

Is Your Kid’s Speech And Language Development On Track?

Posted 31.08.2016 by Admin

Every kid learns and grows differently at their own unique pace. However, you can monitor a child’s development based on some common milestones achieved. Speech and development is an important skill in our everyday life as it is essential for communication. These set of skills are formed during the first few years of life starting […]

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croup in children medical info

What Causes Croup?

Posted 23.08.2016 by Admin

Croup, also known as laryngitis, is a viral infection that causes swelling and irritation to a child’s larynx and trachea and it is often associated with symptoms of a respiratory infection. Laryngitis is the term used when the condition is detected in older children or adults, while croup is the medical term used for this […]

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