Ear, Nose and Throat News
Take ear plugs to your next concert Mar 6, 2018 A night out to see your favorite musician is sure to make lasting memories, but could it also leave you with long-term hearing loss?
Stay healthy while traveling Feb 27, 2018 No one enjoys being sick, and that’s especially true when you’re on vacation. Baylor College of Medicine’s Dr. Irvin Sulapas gives his tips on how you can stay healthy so you can relax and enjoy your vacation.
How to know if nose woes are flu, cold or allergies Jan 18, 2018 A runny or stuffy nose can be a symptom of the flu, a cold or allergies, and it can be hard to discern which one you have. So how do you know what’s really going on with your nose?
Holidays and hearing loss: How to enjoy time with family Nov 16, 2017 For people who suffer from hearing loss, loud family gatherings over the holidays can cause frustration, confusion and even isolation.
Experts offer tips to get you prepped for the World Series Oct 26, 2017 Health tips from our experts to help you prepare for the World Series, whether you are watching the game from the stands or from the comfort of your own home.
Cochlear implant seminar to bring awareness to hearing aid Oct 17, 2017 Experts at Baylor College of Medicine hope to bring awareness to a device that may provide benefit in this situation – cochlear implants.
When to worry about a sore throat Oct 20, 2016 Dr. Julina Ongkasuwan says multiple health conditions may play a role in having an itchy, irritated and painful throat.
Hearing loss in musicians, not just rock and rollers May 12, 2016 Loud music from almost any part of the orchestra or brass band can cause hearing loss, according to a hearing expert at Baylor.
Identification of a new hearing impairment gene implicates the involvement of the S1PR gene family in human disease Jan 21, 2016 An international group of researchers led by those at Baylor College of Medicine find gene mutation associated with hearing loss.
Physical ailments often confused with behavioral issues Aug 28, 2015 For some children a health problem could be to blame for acting up in class or even a drop in grades. Our experts say what might look like a behavioral issue could actually be a sign of hearing loss, sleep apnea or a voice problem.