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Nasal Fractures & Children: Advice From an ENT 

What should you do if you think your child might have a broken nose? When are plain films, aka x-rays ...

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Excessive Ear Wax: Tips for Safe Removal

What can you do at home to safely remove excessive ear wax from your child’s ears? In this video, Dr ...

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Nosebleeds in Kids | Why They Happen & How to Stop Them

If your kid has a nosebleed, it can be scary (and messy!) but thankfully it’s usually not a serious medical ...

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Does My Child Need a Tonsillectomy? | Childhood Sleep Apnea

Did you know your child can have sleep apnea? Symptoms of childhood sleep apnea can include snoring and restless sleep ...

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Does My Child Need a Tonsillectomy? | Recurring Tonsillitis

When is it necessary for a child to have a tonsillectomy or, in other words, have their tonsils removed? A ...

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Medical Animation: Ear Pressure

The ear can be divided into three sections: the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. The middle ...

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Medical Animation: Ear Tubes

When sound waves reach the ear, they are gathered by the funnel-shaped outer ear and channeled into the middle ear ...

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Medical Animation: Cochlear Implants

During normal hearing, sound waves travel through the ear canal and strike the eardrum causing it to vibrate. The eardrum ...

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Medical Animation: Tonsillectomy

The tonsils are two glandular masses of lymph node-like tissue that are located on either side of the throat. The ...

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How to Administer Ear Drops | Tips for Less Fussing

Watch this video to learn how to administer ear drops to your child. Your child’s doctor may prescribe ear drops ...