If long hairs sticking out of your nostrils isn’t quite the look you’re going for, learn how to tame them (and why they grow more as we age).
Your nose does more than just take in air and smells. The nerves in your nose can produce mucus and even get agitated by certain foods, resulting in a runny nose when you eat.
Itchy ears are annoying. But resist that itch to scratch! Discover what might be causing your itch and how to avoid making it worse.
Curious if you can go to bed with your headphones on or earbuds in? Our expert explains the good and the bad of sleeping with these devices.
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Ear infections are never fun. But do you always need to see your doctor for treatment? Some home remedies can help relieve pain and provide comfort.
Headphones and earbuds can fill your ears with satisfying sounds — but they could also damage your hearing. Prevent that from happening with this advice from an audiologist.
Even if your child seems to be hearing just fine, they should still undergo screenings at school. Learn what it means, and what to do, if your child fails a hearing screening.
When mouth pain takes the joy out of eating, you could have a salivary stone. An ENT discusses what salivary stones are and remedies for treating them — so you can put the joy back into your meal time.
Have ear wax buildup? Here’s what doctors do and don’t recommend for removing ear wax.
As you re-emerge from social isolation, you might also be surprised to discover that you’re overwhelmed by the sheer volume of the world around you. An audiologist talks about hearing-related overstimulation following months of quarantine.