When Your Snoring Disrupts Your Sleep

If you can't get a good night's sleep because your snoring wakes you up, it's time to make it stop. You may have a simple blockage of your airway that at ENT doctor can take care of to get rid of the nightly noise. There are several reasons that you may be snoring and your doctor will identify them and recommend treatment. Here is what is going on at night to make you snore and how to make it stop. Read More 

Smart Steps That Protect Your Hearing When Playing In A Band

If you have just started playing with a rock or metal band, protecting your hearing both while you perform and practice should become part of your routine. Hearing is measured in decibels, with the normal "safe" hearing level being under 85 decibels. Anything above this level can cause hearing damage after frequent exposure. Concerts tend to have a level around 120 decibels. Here are some steps you can take to help protect your hearing while enjoying yourself with your new musical endeavor. Read More 

Allergy Shots For Your Child With Allergic Asthma: Yay Or Nay?

If your child is one of the 10% of kids in the United States who have recently reported suffering from asthma or one of the 7.8 American children who experience respiratory allergies, being forced to stand beside them as they endure breathing treatments and miss time from activities because they literally cannot breathe is terrifying. Asthma has no cure and and although it can be managed, treatment plans typically typically include a variety of strong prescription medications that present with the possibility of severe side effects. Read More