Children & Nosebleeds

Children & Nosebleeds

When a child’s nose is bleeding, parents usually panic. However, nosebleeds are actually quite normal at a young age. They can typically happen with children, but parents should be able to determine what causes chronic nosebleeds. Additionally, with the help of an ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist, parents can find ways to avoid them…

Snoring Solutions for Restful Sleep

Snoring Solutions for Restful Sleep

One of the most widespread sleep-related illnesses in today’s world is known as snoring. One of the reasons for the ubiquity of snoring is the fact that it can affect people of any age, ethnicity, or income level. While snoring has in the past been an issue for many people, modern advancements in medical science…

Is Deafness an Inherited Condition?

Is Deafness an Inherited Condition?

Deafness that is present at birth (congenital deafness) or that develops over time can be hereditary, even if the deaf person's parents are not deaf. In the majority of cases, about 75 percent, inherited deafness is due to a recessive autosomal trait in which each parent carries a recessive gene for the condition. read more