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Nosebleeds (Epistaxis)

Nosebleeds may be an occasional / seasonal symptom you or your child may experience, or a problem that happens on a regular basis. There are different types of nosebleeds and different remedies. It is important to identify which type of nosebleed you may be experiencing, to help you treat it properly. There are Anterior and Posterior nosebleeds, bo...
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Rising Spotlight: Dr. Daron Smith From Queen City Ear Nose and Throat Discusses Sinusitis

Are you dealing with a stuffy nose, headaches, or pressure? Dr. Daron J. Smith, MD from Queen City Ear Nose and Throat discusses with WCCB Charlotte CW's Derek James about sinusitis and treatment options that can help with your sinus discomfort. Dr.Smith has a fantastic reputation for successfully treating and relieving patients in the Charlotte/ M...
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Parenting - Child Development Milestones

You may be asking yourself why an Ear Nose and Throat group is discussing Child Developmental Milestones? These milestones are important growth steps for any parent to recognize in their children. Parents sometimes may get anxious to see certain development in their kids, but not be informed enough to know what is considered a milestone of developm...
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Pediatric OSA

Childhood snoring is a very common and prevalent condition. However less appreciated is the presence of obstructive sleep apnea. The peak incidence of childhood OSA is between the ages of 3 and 6 however obese children may present sooner. Aside from obesity, associated conditions include: Enlarged tonsils and/or adenoids, Down's Syndrome, Nasal obs...
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Tinnitus is a very common condition which at some time affects 40 Million Americans and chronically affects 3 percent of the population. There are two main categories of tinnitus: Pulsatile and Nonpulsatile. Nonpulsatile tinnitus is most commonly associated with hearing loss (often noise exposure) although there is a large component of tinnitus whi...
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