You are not the only one to feel your nose suddenly start to run at work. Others have also been interrupted speaking by a unexpected sneeze. You all have the same concern in common: Are you suffering from a cold, allergies or something else? And what can you do about it? Allergies, Cold or Flu: [...]
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According to the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI), people who are prone to seasonal allergies risk itchy eyes, runny nose, and sneezing if they undertake gardening. Luckily, it is possible to garden in Fort Worth even if you have allergies. Here are five tips to get you started: Allergy-free Plants For starters, [...]
Dallas, TX has a unique humid subtropical climate that can be broken down into four distinct annual seasons. January is usually the coldest month, whereas July and August are typically the hottest months. Seasons are particularly important in Dallas because research carried out by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation found that Dallas ranks as the [...]
News 8 Investigates - Full Article DALLAS – When buying a new washer or dryer, people don't think twice about shopping for the lowest price. In fact, not doing so often means paying too much. But comparison shopping is hard to do in health care. And it's going to get harder, experts say, as health [...]
Stuart N. Thomas, MD Central Park Ear, Nose & Throat HYDRATION, HYDRATION, HYDRATION The most important concept after surgery is aggressive hydration. It is of utmost importance that over the first 10-14 days, the patient drink plenty of fluids—more than one would normally—to avoid dehydration. We believe that this lessens the risk of bleeding [...]
Stuart N. Thomas, MD Central Park Ear, Nose and Throat, LLC I. LOCATION a. Anterior Modern Medicine divides the lining of the nose into a front portion, or anterior aspect, and a rear portion, or posterior aspect. Most nosebleeds (or “Epistaxis” in medical jargon) occur in the rich vascular plexus that underlies the thin, delicate [...]
Stuart N. Thomas, MD Central Park Ear, Nose & Throat, LLC Chronic Rhinosinusitis (CRS), as we currently understand it, is a chronic disease very much like high blood pressure or arthritis in that it is incurable and frequently requires continued, long term therapy to manage the symptoms. We believe CRS to be an exaggerated inflammatory [...]
Discharge from the nose or the back of the throat, pounding headaches behind the eyes, nasal irritation, difficulty breathing through the nose, pain or swelling around the eyes and cheekbones and loss of the senses of taste and smell are common complaints made to ENT doctors. They are also classic signs of sinus trouble. Most [...]