08

Oct

Allergy Myth or Fact?

There are so many contradictory stories about health and wellness, and allergy myths are no different. How many allergy urban legends can you debunk? Local Honey Reduces Allergies MYTH It’s a common misconception that local honey can stave off allergies, but the truth is, m...

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08

Oct

Man petting a cat.

Is it Indoor or Outdoor Allergies?

You’re sneezing; you have itchy eyes, a scratchy throat, and a runny nose. That’s right; it’s allergy season. You may be wondering, but I’m isolated. I never leave my house. Why am I suffering? The cold hard truth is that there are allergens both outside t...

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08

Oct

Should You Get an Allergy Test?

Assessments are all the rage right now. Whether it’s a COVID test, an online test, or just testing one’s patience, we seem to be in the exam era, and allergies are no different.  What is an allergy test? An allergy test helps determine if your body has an allergi...

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08

Oct

Taking Care of Your Voice Like a Professional

For those patients who use their voice professionally like singers or speakers, there are several things you can do to keep your voice healthy. MAINTAIN ADEQUATE HYDRATION: 64 ounces a day is highly recommended to maintain hydration. Research indicates adequate hydration allows v...

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08

Oct

Woman lying on grassy ground with flowers.

Not This Year, Allergies

Some of us gear up for allergy season every year, while others forget it exists until we start sneezing and itching. Allergies are like a younger sibling that won’t leave us alone. The good news is, it doesn’t have to be this way. It’s true. With a few simple st...

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08

Oct

Life with a Cochlear Implant

Natalie Kotch is a 17 year-old who has lived with hearing loss her entire life. In today’s Texas ENT Specialists AudioBlog, we talk to her about the misconceptions that some have about people who grow up with hearing loss and a cochlear implant. https://texasent.com/w...

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08

Oct

The Road to Audiology

Writer and podcast producer Shelby Stockton talked with Texas ENT Specialists Audiologist Mary Beth Turner about her road to becoming an Audiologist. Turner shares what made her choose her career path, advice she has for others wanting to go into the field, and even her personal...

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08

Oct

Woman and man resting in bed.

A Snore-Free Valentine

Snoring is the worst. If you live with a snorer, you know all about the cruel irony of the affliction. Snorers involuntarily make others suffer as well. On the other hand, you could be the snorer and riddled with guilt for disturbing your partner’s sleep. It’s all so...

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08

Oct

Inspire Sleep: How It Works

Inspire works inside the body. It’s a small device placed during a same-day, outpatient procedure. When the patient is ready for bed, they simply click the remote to turn Inspire on. While asleep, Inspire opens the patient’s airway, allowing them to breathe normally...

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08

Oct

A Talk About Facial Plastics

Texas ENT Specialists CEO Jennifer Welch hopped on a call last week with LA-based writer and podcast producer Shelby Stockton, who is the woman behind the curtain of the TENTS website blog every week. Shelby and Jennifer discussed all things currently happening in the world of fa...

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