Ear & Nose,Throat : Health & Medical
Minor sore throats rarely interfere with daily life, and they may not require treatment. But if battling a painful sore throat from a cold or allergy, over-the-counter remedies and natural remedies might become necessary. Relief is available. And by taking immediate action, you can quickly soothe yo
The origin of the neti pot dates back to the ancient yogis who used them as a medical utensil to purify their sinuses. Although there is no discernible evidence that one form of nasal irrigation is more effective than another, it is believed this procedure is effective for a number of physical condi
Sinus problems--including pain, pressure and congestion--can be caused by exposure to common allergens, like pollen, dust and ragweed. When the body produces mucus in response to an inhaled allergen, it can build up inside the sinus cavities and lead to bigger problems.
A look at information regarding the use of potassium iodide as a radiation blocker, to protect the thyroid in a radiation emergency. In particular, the Japanese reactor accident of March 2011, and the subsequent panic buying of potassium iodide products to protect the thyroid, is evaluated.
Physicians classified as otolaryngologists specialize in dealing with medical conditions related to the ears, nose and throat. These problems can also affect the head and neck. As a result of their focus, such doctors are widely known as ear, nose and throat doctors, or ENT doctors. Otolaryngology i
Thyroid dysfunction occurs in approximately 20% of women and in more than 10% of men. In today's society, people are more exposed to a pollution-filled environment where industrial wastes are prevalent and to toxic foods.They can have adverse effects on the thyroid gland and its functioning capacity
Graves' Disease: A Practical Guide, an Interview with Author Elaine Moore, from Mary Shomon, Thyroid Guide, patient advocate and author of a number of books and guides on thyroid disease and autoimmune disease
Take a look at thyroid medications, how to take them, troubleshooting problems with these drugs, the T4/T3 drug controversy, and the Armour Thyroid/natural drug controversy.
Sinuses, colds and flu often cause a tickle in the throat that can eventually turn into a nagging cough. Mucus drainage is often the reason for your irritating cough as your body fights infection by producing mucus that rests on your vocal cords. A lack of moisture in your home worsens the cough bec
A thyroid-friendly coconut oil salad dressing recipe.