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Signs of Nasal Trauma - Back to School Health

Signs of Nasal Trauma - Back to School Health

8/9/22 in Blog Posts

Nasal Trauma - The human nose serves as a passageway for air to flow from the outside environment into the lower respiratory tract and lungs. The anatomy and location of the nose causes it to easily be exposed to trauma. Nasal trauma is defined as any injury to the nose that results in bleeding, nasal deformity, decreased ability to breathe, and potentially an impaired sense of smell. In fact, nasal trauma accounting for approximately 40 percent of facial bony injuries while play and sports account for most incidents of nasal injuries in children.

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Food Allergies - Back to School Health

Food Allergies - Back to School Health

8/9/22 in Blog Posts

With true food allergies, an individual’s immune system will overreact to an ordinarily harmless food. Food allergy often may appear in someone who has family members with allergies, and symptoms may occur after that allergic individual consumes even a tiny amount of food.

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Ear Pain - Back to School Health

Ear Pain - Back to School Health

8/9/22 in Blog Posts

Ear pain (otalgia) is a common complaint in children. It is important for the cause of ear pain to be uncovered because this symptom can be due to many conditions ranging from mild to very serious. Pain presenting in the ear can have a direct cause or be due to referred pain from another area that radiates to the ear.

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Nose Bleeds - Back to School Health

Nose Bleeds - Back to School Health

8/9/22 in Blog Posts

Epistaxis most commonly arises from the front portion of the nasal septum, the wall that divides the nose into a right and left side. Although the quantity of blood may appear to be great, only a small amount is actually lost during most nosebleeds.

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Asthma - Back to School Health

Asthma - Back to School Health

8/9/22 in Blog Posts

Asthma affects 1 in 12 children. Asthma accounts for missed school days and can be life threatening if not controlled. Exposure to various irritants and substances that trigger allergies (allergens) can trigger signs and symptoms of asthma. Asthma triggers are different from person to person and can include:

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7 Tips to Help Your Partner Stop Snoring

7 Tips to Help Your Partner Stop Snoring

8/3/22 in Blog Posts

There’s nothing like falling into a deep and restful sleep before awakening abruptly to the sound of your spouse’s snoring. Though your partner’s snoring may have you at your wit’s end, it is essential to remember that snoring can be more than just a nuisance— it could be a medical problem. Help yourself by helping your spouse when you consider these seven ways to stop snoring.

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Don't Let Dizziness Stop You from Doing What You Love

Don't Let Dizziness Stop You from Doing What You Love

8/2/22 in Blog Posts

We’ve all been there. One minute you’re sitting down, enjoying your favorite tv show, and in the next minute, when you quickly stand up, the room begins to spin. If you’ve ever felt the disoriented feeling of being off-balance with lightheadedness and a false sense of motion, then you may have experienced dizzy spells. Dizziness is not a medical condition that stands on its own; instead, it is the symptom of an underlying issue within the body. Read on to discover some of its most typical causes, symptoms and treatment options.

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 7 Causes of Chronic Sore Throat, Plus When You Should Seek Treatment

7 Causes of Chronic Sore Throat, Plus When You Should Seek Treatment

8/2/22 in Blog Posts

Nearly everyone has experienced some degree of sore throat, or pharyngitis, in their lifetime. Pharyngitis is a symptom shared by many illnesses. It occurs when your pharynx (the tube that connects your mouth and nose to your esophagus) becomes inflamed. Inflammation of the pharynx most often develops because of an infection. Still, it can also occur due to environmental factors and other illnesses.  

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The Dos and Don’ts of Hearing Protection

The Dos and Don’ts of Hearing Protection

8/2/22 in Blog Posts

We all know that basic hygiene includes actions like daily showering, brushing your teeth and washing your hands. But have you ever heard of sound hygiene, and how taking a few simple steps can help protect your hearing as you get older?

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Sinus Pain Relief! 5 Ways to Ease the Pain

Sinus Pain Relief! 5 Ways to Ease the Pain

8/2/22 in Blog Posts

Your head is throbbing, and you feel pressure around your eyes, cheeks and forehead— sinus pain is setting in. Many people deal with sinus pain due to illnesses like the common cold or sinusitis, but how do they find relief? Below, we’ve assembled a few of our top sinus pain relief tips to help you find sinus pain relief at home. Read on for 5 ways to ease the pain!

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What to Do During an Asthma Attack

What to Do During an Asthma Attack

7/28/22 in Blog Posts

It's important to keep asthma under control year-round and summer is no exception. But summer fun doesn’t have to be a bust for kids with asthma. With some planning and strategies, all kinds of activities are possible as long as your child sticks to their treatment plan and avoids triggers.

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Prevent and Treat Bug Bites NOW!

Prevent and Treat Bug Bites NOW!

7/25/22 in Blog Posts

Summer is a time for picnics and outdoor fun—but the warm weather also brings out mosquitos and annoying biting flies.

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Top 5 Most Common Reasons Patients See Our Speech Pathologists

Top 5 Most Common Reasons Patients See Our Speech Pathologists

6/30/22 in Blog Posts

Top 5 Most Common Reasons Patients See our Speech Pathologists with Kimberly Brownell, M.A., CCC-SLP

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Summer Allergies

Summer Allergies

6/7/22 in Blog Posts

The first official day of summer is right around the corner, and with it, we can all look forward to the warmer summer weather. The seasonal transition, however, isn’t complete without frustrating summer allergies. Allergies can spoil summer fun and vacations, but they can be prevented. The biggest culprits that cause allergy symptoms during the summer months are grass and weed pollens.

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Summer Camp Health

Summer Camp Health

5/31/22 in Blog Posts

Summer camp provides children with the chance to make new friends and learn new skills. Unfortunately, it also puts them at risk for common injuries and ailments associated with outdoor activity and close quarters.

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Over the Counter (OTC) Hearing Aids

Over the Counter (OTC) Hearing Aids

5/25/22 in Blog Posts

As the world of hearing aids continues to evolve and change, audiologists are receiving more questions than ever. Myriad patients have seen news stories or read articles regarding Over the Counter (OTC) hearing aids, and possible Medicare coverage for hearing aids. There are many factors in these complex topics, and many regulations regarding OTC hearing aids are still awaiting final review.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

5/23/22 in Blog Posts

ENT and Allergy Associates, LLP and Ear, Nose & Throat Associates of New York, P.C. Join Together

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Better Hearing & Speech Month

Better Hearing & Speech Month

5/17/22 in Blog Posts

Did you know that May is Better Hearing and Speech Month? Every May, the American Speech-Language Hearing Association raises awareness about hearing and communication by celebrating Better Hearing and Speech Month (BHSM). The theme for 2022 is, “Connecting People.” Hearing and communication are vital ways we experience the world and connect with the people we love.

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The Best Humidifiers to Get You Through Another Winter featuring Dr. Ratika Gupta

The Best Humidifiers to Get You Through Another Winter featuring Dr. Ratika Gupta

4/27/22 in Blog Posts

No matter the space, you need just the right level of humidity to provide a comfortable and healthy environment. Not too much humidity, but not too little. The best humidifier for your home can help make that happen. 

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Should You Clean Your Child's Ears? Featuring Dr. David Mener

Should You Clean Your Child's Ears? Featuring Dr. David Mener

4/27/22 in Blog Posts

Some of the most common questions in a pediatrician’s office are whether or not you should clean your child’s ears and, if so, how you should go about it.1 While gunked-up wax in your kid’s ears isn’t necessarily an attractive look, it’s typically harmless. Earwax even serves a purpose. Of course, sometimes it can build up and interfere with ear health or cause other concerns. If that’s the case, then it should be removed.1 But there are right and wrong ways to go about it. 

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How Bad Is It Really to Hold in a Sneeze?

How Bad Is It Really to Hold in a Sneeze?

4/27/22 in Blog Posts

There was a time when sneezing in certain public situations (like in a movie theater or during a speech) might've been considered bad manners. Now, even the tiniest achoo can make people turn heads. So when the urge starts to strike, should you just...hold it in?

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If You Do This at Night, Your Heart Disease Risk Soars

If You Do This at Night, Your Heart Disease Risk Soars

4/27/22 in Blog Posts

We all have a bad night's sleep from time to time, but if you're regularly missing out on good rest, it could have serious health consequences. Sometimes, however, you might not even notice anything is amiss—and that lack of awareness means you've failed to notice a major warning sign for your heart health. Doctors say that one nighttime habit in particular signals real trouble when it comes to heart disease. Read on to learn about this nocturnal red flag, and what you should do if you're affected.

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Exploring Links Between Tinnitus & Covid-19 featuring Dr. Eric Smouha

Exploring Links Between Tinnitus & Covid-19 featuring Dr. Eric Smouha

4/27/22 in Blog Posts

Now two years since the first wave of Covid-19 arrived in the U.S., and as more and more questions arise about associated issues, we explore the possible connections between tinnitus and Covid-19. Our guest is Dr. Eric Smouha, board-certified in both Otolaryngology and Neurotology, practicing with ENT and Allergy Associates in Manhattan and Melville, NY. For more, visit entandallergy.com.

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What It Means When Your Ears Are Burning (Spiritually & Physically) featuring Dr. Jason Abramowitz

What It Means When Your Ears Are Burning (Spiritually & Physically) featuring Dr. Jason Abramowitz

4/27/22 in Blog Posts

You’ve probably heard the saying that when your ears are burning, it means someone is talking about you. The idiom dates all the way back to first-century Roman philosopher Pliny the Elder’s 37-volume encyclopedia “Naturalis Historia,” which mentions that it is “universally received that absent persons have warning that others are speaking of them, by the tingling of the ears.” Of course, sometimes there are some reasonable physical explanations for why ears burn. But when it seems the symptom just cannot be explained, there are spiritual meanings behind burning ears that you can turn to.

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Voice Self-Assessment

Voice Self-Assessment

4/12/22 in Blog Posts

Voice Handicap Index (VHI-10)

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Audio-Vestibular Symptoms Potentially Associated With COVID-19 Infection

Audio-Vestibular Symptoms Potentially Associated With COVID-19 Infection

3/29/22 in Blog Posts

In this Q&A, otolaryngologist Eric Smouha, MD, answers our questions about the possible association between COVID-19 infection and audio-vestibular symptoms, including the effects of SARS-CoV-2 virus on the inner ear and implications for clinical practice.

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Sleep Awareness Week 2022 - Be your Best Slept Self

Sleep Awareness Week 2022 - Be your Best Slept Self

3/15/22 in Blog Posts

Sleep Awareness Week, 2022, begins right at the start of Daylight Saving Time, when a lot of us might be feeling more tired than usual. The transition between DST and Standard Time is characterized by more morning darkness and evening light. This can essentially “delay” your sleep-wake cycle, making you feel tired in the morning and alert in the evening. The change to Daylight Saving Time reminds us to make beneficial changes in our sleep routines to improve our sleep health.

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Tips to Get a Better Night of Sleep

Tips to Get a Better Night of Sleep

3/15/22 in Blog Posts

Use these tips to get a better night of sleep—so you can spring out of bed in the AM feeling like your Best Slept Self:

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March 3rd is World Hearing Day - To hear for life, listen with care!

March 3rd is World Hearing Day - To hear for life, listen with care!

3/3/22 in Blog Posts

The close collaboration between our audiologists and ENT physicians allows us to recognize and treat problems more quickly and completely, and under one roof!

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International Cochlear Implant Day – February 25th, 2022

International Cochlear Implant Day – February 25th, 2022

2/25/22 in Blog Posts

A cochlear implant is a small, complex electronic device that can help to provide a sense of sound to a person who is profoundly deaf or severely hard-of-hearing.

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How Bad Is It Really to Pick Your Nose?

How Bad Is It Really to Pick Your Nose?

2/11/22 in Blog Posts

Nose picking probably isn't something you'd do in public. But when you're by yourself and you feel something up there, the urge to go digging can sometimes be pretty strong. Which might lead you to wonder: Is nose picking really ​that​ bad?

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Why does it become so quiet after a fresh snowfall?

Why does it become so quiet after a fresh snowfall?

1/28/22 in Blog Posts

Ah, the peacefulness that comes with a fresh snowfall. Does the hush that falls happen because everyone’s hunkered down inside? Well, yes, because people tend to stay home during snowstorms, which means there are fewer people outside and not as many cars on the road. And birds tend to hunker down during severe weather, so they are more quiet during a snowstorm too, according to the National Audubon Society. But there’s actually science behind why the world gets so quiet after a snowfall.

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How to Facilitate Positive Communication with your Loved Ones with Hearing Loss: A Guide

How to Facilitate Positive Communication with your Loved Ones with Hearing Loss: A Guide

1/12/22 in Blog Posts

How to Facilitate Positive Communication with your Loved Ones with Hearing Loss: A Guide

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Allergies and Hearing Loss

Allergies and Hearing Loss

12/6/21 in Blog Posts

Allergies: Itching, sneezing…Hearing loss!

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5 Vital Signs You Should Visit an ENT Specialist

5 Vital Signs You Should Visit an ENT Specialist

11/19/21 in Blog Posts

An ENT specialist will help you with all sorts of problems relating to your ear, nose and throat. However, when do you know that it’s time to go and see one?

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Hudson Valley & Westchester Magazine - ENT and Allergy Associates TOP DOCTORS 2021

Hudson Valley & Westchester Magazine - ENT and Allergy Associates TOP DOCTORS 2021

11/17/21 in Blog Posts

Hudson Valley & Westchester Magazine - ENT and Allergy Associates TOP DOCTORS 2021

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Fun Facts About Ear Wax!

Fun Facts About Ear Wax!

11/16/21 in Blog Posts

Otolaryngology is a specialty focusing on a wide range of problems in the ears, nose, throat, head, and neck. Otolaryngologists can treat a variety of medical problems, including obstructed airways, head and neck cancers, chronic sinusitis, hearing loss, vertigo, structural abnormalities with the ears, nose, and throat, as well as many other issues.

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15+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on Westchester Magazine's 2021

15+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on Westchester Magazine's 2021 "Best Doctors" list

11/16/21 in Blog Posts

WESTCHESTER MAGAZINE TOP DOCTORS 2021

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5+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on New Jersey Monthly Magazine's 2021

5+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on New Jersey Monthly Magazine's 2021 "Jersey Choice Top Doctors" list

11/16/21 in Blog Posts

5+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on New Jersey Monthly Magazine's 2021 "Jersey Choice Top Doctors"

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10+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on Hudson Valley Magazine's

10+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on Hudson Valley Magazine's "2021 Top Doctors" List

11/16/21 in Blog Posts

10+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on Hudson Valley Magazine's "2021 Top Doctors" List

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5+ ENT and Allergy Associates Physician's Named as Castle Connolly's EXCEPTIONAL WOMEN IN MEDICINE

5+ ENT and Allergy Associates Physician's Named as Castle Connolly's EXCEPTIONAL WOMEN IN MEDICINE

11/16/21 in Blog Posts

5+ ENT and Allergy Associates Physician's Named as Castle Connolly's EXCEPTIONAL WOMEN IN MEDICINE

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30+ ENT and Allergy Associates Physician's Named as Newsday 2021, Top Doctors on Long Island

30+ ENT and Allergy Associates Physician's Named as Newsday 2021, Top Doctors on Long Island

11/16/21 in Blog Posts

30+ ENT and Allergy Associates Physician's Named as Newsday 2021, Top Doctors on Long Island

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40+ ENT and Allergy Associates physician's have been named on Jersey's Best

40+ ENT and Allergy Associates physician's have been named on Jersey's Best "New Jersey's Top Doctors" 2021 list

11/16/21 in Blog Posts

40+ ENT and Allergy Associates physician's have been named on Jersey's Best "New Jersey's Top Doctors" 2021 list

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5+ ENT and Allergy Associates physician's named on Bergen County Magazine's

5+ ENT and Allergy Associates physician's named on Bergen County Magazine's "2021 Top Doctors" List

11/16/21 in Blog Posts

5+ ENT and Allergy Associates physician's named on Bergen County Magazine's "2021 Top Doctors" List

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8 Things ENT Doctors Do When They Have a Sinus Infection

8 Things ENT Doctors Do When They Have a Sinus Infection

11/8/21 in Blog Posts

If you have pesky symptoms like congestion, facial pressure and post-nasal drip, they could be signs a sinus infection is setting up shop in your nasal cavity.

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Thanksgiving & Food Allergies

Thanksgiving & Food Allergies

11/8/21 in Blog Posts

Thanksgiving is an important time to connect with friends and family and to reflect on all you have to be thankful for. Approximately 8% of children and 5% of adults have a food allergy. The most common food allergens include: milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, fish, shellfish, and soy. Keep in mind that in a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, the most likely allergens are dairy, nuts, wheat, and soy. Fortunately, there are safe substitutions or alternative ingredients that you can use in your recipes.

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ENT and Allergy Associates 2021 Castle Connolly Top Doctors

ENT and Allergy Associates 2021 Castle Connolly Top Doctors

11/8/21 in Blog Posts

ENT and Allergy Associates is pleased to announce that 150+ of its physicians have been named Castle Connolly Top Doctors in 2021. Why Castle Connolly Top Doctors? Clinical Excellence. The Castle Connolly Top Doctor selection process is entirely merit-based.  ENT and Allergy Associates 2021 Castle Connolly Top Doctors:

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Halloween & Allergies

Halloween & Allergies

10/25/21 in Blog Posts

For families whose children have Food Allergies, Halloween can be a time of fear, exclusion, and frustration. Parents can play an active role in protecting their children and other children on Halloween while still allowing them to take part in the festivities.

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National Eczema Awareness Month

National Eczema Awareness Month

10/12/21 in Blog Posts

Eczema is very common. In fact, over 31 million Americans have some form of eczema. Eczema can begin during childhood, adolescence, or adulthood and it can range from mild to severe.

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The Teal Pumpkin Project

The Teal Pumpkin Project

10/12/21 in Blog Posts

What is The Teal Pumpkin Project? Raising food allergy awareness and offering the option of non-food trinkets and toys in a separate bowl makes Halloween safer and more inclusive for all trick-or-treaters.

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National Audiology Awareness Month and National Protect Your Hearing Month

National Audiology Awareness Month and National Protect Your Hearing Month

10/4/21 in Blog Posts

ENT and Allergy Associates, LLP is the premier hearing service provider in the New York and New Jersey area. Unlike most other solo audiology practices, our offices combine the medical expertise of our ENT physicians and the diagnostic and rehabilitative skills of our certified audiologists to provide the most comprehensive care possible. As such, we can offer the full spectrum of available treatments, in addition to the most advanced digital hearing aids. The close collaboration between our audiologists and ENT physicians allows us to recognize and treat problems more quickly and completely, and under one roof!

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Say Goodbye to Fall Allergies

Say Goodbye to Fall Allergies

9/29/21 in Blog Posts

Fall brings changing leaves, cool breezes, chilly nights, pumpkin everything, football games, and…allergy season. As the seasons change, so do your health concerns. Don’t let Fall allergies hold you back from enjoying the beautiful outdoors. Our Allergists, who work hand-in-hand with our ENT specialists, will tailor a treatment plan to help you feel better and live better.

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World Sinus Health Awareness Day

World Sinus Health Awareness Day

9/29/21 in Blog Posts

World Sinus Health Awareness Day was created by The American Academy of Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) to give the millions of sinus sufferers around the world access to patient focused, trusted information about their symptoms and conditions, as well as how they can improve these and when they should seek specialized care. As we continue to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, Ear, Nose & Throat specialists believe that it is especially critical for patients to be able to differentiate the nasal and sinus symptoms encountered related to COVID-19 from those experienced by patients with sinusitis.

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 Tips for Managing Summer Allergies

Tips for Managing Summer Allergies

7/14/21 in Blog Posts

ENT and Allergy Associates (), the nation’s preeminent otolaryngology and allergy specialty and sub-specialty practice offers essential tips for residents to better manage allergies as we near the peak of summer allergy season. Allergic rhinitis, or more commonly known as allergies, is an inflammatory disease which develops when your immune system becomes sensitized and overreacts to something in the environment. Seasonal allergies stem from pollens which are active in the spring, summer, and fall.

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130+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on New York Magazine's 2021

130+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on New York Magazine's 2021 "Best Doctors" list

7/9/21 in Blog Posts

130+ ENT and Allergy Associates physicians have been named on New York Magazine's 2021 "Best Doctors" list

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Why See an Ear, Nose, and Throat Doctor for Symptoms of Long-Haul COVID 19?

Why See an Ear, Nose, and Throat Doctor for Symptoms of Long-Haul COVID 19?

5/19/21 in Blog Posts

A year ago, the world was introduced to a new coronavirus causing an illness called COVID-19, generating untold illness and grief. The virus has exacted a devastating toll. The grim statistics from the beginning of the pandemic in America through 2/17/21 are: US deaths: 464,521 US confirmed cases: 26,077,134 The 2021 average US life expectancy has decreased by one year when compared to 2019. Tragically, this is only a part of the burden of the pandemic which has also caused emotional, economic, and educational disruption of an unprecedented degree in our modern society. Many of us have been changed and will most likely continue to feel these effects far into the future. Thanks to a tremendous effort by scientists, healthcare providers, workers, leaders, and most of all the public, the rate of new cases and deaths has been on the decline. This is attributable to better public awareness, better treatments, better public health measures, and the arrival and utilization of new coronavirus vaccines.

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Common Questions & Answers about Spring Allergies

Common Questions & Answers about Spring Allergies

4/30/21 in Blog Posts

Take Control of Your Spring Allergies!

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Ear Candling Is Taking Off On TikTok, But Is It Safe to Try at Home?

Ear Candling Is Taking Off On TikTok, But Is It Safe to Try at Home?

3/19/21 in Blog Posts

Ear Candling Is Taking Off On TikTok, But Is It Safe to Try at Home?  Find out why so many people have been placing lit candles in their ears, and whether ear candling is actually worth trying.

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Parathyroid Surgery

Parathyroid Surgery

3/17/21 in Blog Posts

Parathyroid surgery is performed most commonly to treat primary hyperparathyroidism, a disorder where one or more the parathyroid glands becomes overgrown or overactive.  Approximately 80% of patients with primary hyperparathyroidism have one of the four glands causing their problem.  This means that in 15-20% of patients there may be 2 or more abnormal glands that need to be removed.

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Thyroid Surgery

Thyroid Surgery

3/17/21 in Blog Posts

Surgery to remove the thyroid gland, called thyroidectomy, is a common procedure used to treat a variety of both benign and malignant disorders of the thyroid gland.  It is an operation done though a horizontal incision in the neck, in an operating room, while a patient is under anesthesia.

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Tumors of the Parotid Salivary Gland

Tumors of the Parotid Salivary Gland

3/17/21 in Blog Posts

The parotid is a large salivary gland that sits in the cheek, in front of and below the ear.  Tumors, which can be either benign or malignant, may occur within the gland.  It is much more common for a tumor within the parotid gland to be benign.

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Hyperparathyroidism

Hyperparathyroidism

3/17/21 in Blog Posts

The parathyroid glands are four small glands that sit in the lower part of the front of the neck.  Each of them is normally about the size of a pea.  The parathyroid glands sit immediately next to the thyroid gland but are otherwise unrelated.  They are simply neighbors.  

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Thyroid Nodules

Thyroid Nodules

3/17/21 in Blog Posts

The thyroid is a gland in the lower part of the front of the neck.  It produces a hormone called thyroid hormone, which is involved in controlling your body’s metabolism.  Nodules are small growths that can occur within the gland.  These are very common and are usually benign.  Nodules may be small or large, and there may be one or many of them within the gland.

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How To Be Successful With Your New Hearing Aid(s)

How To Be Successful With Your New Hearing Aid(s)

3/2/21 in Blog Posts

Becoming a new hearing aid user can seem overwhelming at first, but with motivation, patience and simple steps taken you will become easily acclimated. This article is designed to help you become and stay successful with your hearing aid(s). Firstly, dedicate a couple of hours to get familiar with your hearing aid(s). Practice taking them off and putting them back on just how we did in the office.

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Vocal Cord Medialiaztion: “The Voice Lift”

Vocal Cord Medialiaztion: “The Voice Lift”

2/17/21 in Blog Posts

In the modern age of communication, the voice is critical in projecting image and personality and establishing credibility.  Until very recently, voice has not received enough attention from the medical profession or from the general public.  In fact, most people (doctors and the general public) do not realize anything can be done to improve a voice that is unsatisfactory or even one that is adequate but not optimal.  Singers, actors, and public speakers have sought out “voice lessons” for centuries.  However, recently techniques for voice improvement have expanded and improved; and they have become practical for a great many more people.

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Is It Safe to Work Out If You've Had COVID-19?

Is It Safe to Work Out If You've Had COVID-19?

11/6/20 in Blog Posts

Is It Safe to Work Out If You've Had COVID-19? How long after recovery can you start to exercise?

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Tis The Season: Winter Allergies

Tis The Season: Winter Allergies

10/27/20 in Blog Posts

Allergy season is not only present in the spring and fall! Pollen allergies are most prevalent in the spring and fall but let’s not forget we can be allergic to indoor allergens such as molds, pet dander, and dust mites. Why might we have allergy symptoms throughout the winter and what can we do to get ahead?

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Keep it Simple: Nasal Saline Rinse as Treatment of Sinusitis

Keep it Simple: Nasal Saline Rinse as Treatment of Sinusitis

10/22/20 in Blog Posts

If you suffer from sinusitis and feel that your sinuses are “clogged,” you are in fact generally accurate.  Obstruction of sinus drainage pathways from infection or allergies, can result in thickening of the sinus lining and a buildup of fluid, causing facial pressure which can be a hallmark of sinusitis.  We have only begun to understand the intricate self-cleaning and immune defense mechanisms of the sinuses.  Fortunately, we continue to make strides in treatments for sinusitis.

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Why can’t I understand speech in a noisy environment?

Why can’t I understand speech in a noisy environment?

10/5/20 in Blog Posts

The most common form of hearing loss worldwide is difficulty understanding words in the presence of background sound or noise. Sometimes termed “hidden hearing loss”, this is a problem that is difficult to diagnose because the standard hearing test (audiogram) cannot measure this type of hearing loss. There is currently no FDA-approved drug or surgery for treatment of this hearing problem. During the past 10 years, we have gained insight into the causes and possible remedies for this issue.

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Head and Neck Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy

Head and Neck Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy

10/5/20 in Blog Posts

Head and Neck Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy - A needle biopsy is a common technique for diagnosing lumps in the head and neck region. The procedure is formally called fine needle aspiration (FNA) and involves pulling cells into a small needle for analysis. Below, I have answered common questions about the procedure to help you become a more informed patient and to hopefully remove some of the anxiety from the experience...What is a needle biopsy procedure and why might you need one?

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Understanding the Flu, Vaccinations and Preventative Treatment

Understanding the Flu, Vaccinations and Preventative Treatment

9/24/20 in Blog Posts

ENT and Allergy Associates, the nation’s preeminent otolaryngology and allergy specialty and sub-specialty practice, would like to inform our communities of vital preventative measures to limit the spread of the flu this season. In preparation for the increasing incidence of the virus in our communities, 's physicians would like to offer tips to help identify flu symptoms and prevent the spread of the virus.

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Back To School In Good Health

Back To School In Good Health

8/27/20 in Blog Posts

With a new school year just around the corner, chances are you're preparing your children for being back in the classroom. While you’re ensuring your child has the proper equipment and supplies to start the new year right, you also want to make sure your child is as healthy as possible before hitting the books again.  Establishing healthy habits now can help ease their transition back into the classroom and improve their overall health throughout the school year.   Try these tips to make this the best and healthiest school year yet: 

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Noses, Nanobodies, Nebulizers, and COVID-19

Noses, Nanobodies, Nebulizers, and COVID-19

8/13/20 in Blog Posts

As the world waits for the first effective anti-SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) vaccine, we face significant limits on stopping or slowing the pandemic.  We have relied on social distancing, quarantine, hand washing, contact tracing, testing, and the use of barriers (masks, respirators, gloves, goggles, gowns, etc.). to prevent transmission of the virus from one individual to another.  These measures (aside from testing) have been known for over a hundred years and were used to stop the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1917-1919. Now researchers from the University of California-San Francisco and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute announced on August 11, 2020 the use of synthetic nanobodies to block the virus from infecting our cells.

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150+ Doctors Named as Castle Connolly Top Doctors

150+ Doctors Named as Castle Connolly Top Doctors

8/11/20 in Blog Posts

150+ Doctors Named as Castle Connolly Top Doctors

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Common Summertime ENT & Allergy Related Issues

Common Summertime ENT & Allergy Related Issues

7/28/20 in Blog Posts

Common Summertime ENT & Allergy Related Issues: Are Ear infections, Swimmer's Ear, Asthma, Eye Allergies, Insect Stings, or Sinus Problems conditions interfering with your summer plans?

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Face to Face with “Long-Haul COVID-19”

Face to Face with “Long-Haul COVID-19”

7/28/20 in Blog Posts

As the COVID-19 pandemic grinds on in our communities, doctors’ understandings of the origin, signs and symptoms, treatment, recovery and aftermath of the viral infection is growing at a tremendous rate. doctors who are on the front lines of this disease have come face-to-face (literally—though with N95 masks and sometimes face shields on!) with some of the long-term effects of this virus. We pass some current understanding and theories on to you.

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FOLLOW ENT AND ALLERGY ASSOCIATES ON SOCIAL MEDIA

FOLLOW ENT AND ALLERGY ASSOCIATES ON SOCIAL MEDIA

7/10/20 in Blog Posts

FOLLOW ENT AND ALLERGY ASSOCIATES ON SOCIAL MEDIA

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Throat Cancer and HPV

Throat Cancer and HPV

7/7/20 in Blog Posts

Over the past century, doctors have regarded cancer of the oropharynx (part of the throat) as a disease primarily of smokers and drinkers. These traditional twin risks of oropharyngeal cancer have now been eclipsed by a new predator—HPV—and a new generation of victims is now at risk. Fortunately, a new viral test and a vaccine may limit those risks.

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SLEEP—WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?

SLEEP—WHAT COULD POSSIBLY GO WRONG?

6/25/20 in Blog Posts

Specialists in obstructive sleep apnea medicine and surgery at ENT and Allergy Associates, LLP have recognized the long-underappreciated role of sleep and are in the forefront of developing new perspectives, diagnosis modalities, treatment paradigms, and minimally invasive procedures for the benefit of our affected patients.

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First-aid for Sleep Apnea and Snoring

First-aid for Sleep Apnea and Snoring

6/15/20 in Blog Posts

If you have been in lock-down with a snorer or snore yourself, then you already know that snoring is not a laughing matter.  Snoring is not only a major problem for home life, but for many it is a sign of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a dangerous condition. If OSA is severe enough, it can greatly increase one’s risk for dementia, stroke, heart attack and even cancer. The good news is that the situation is not hopeless, with help readily available. Snoring can be checked and tracked using phone apps such as SnoreLab and a sleep apnea test can be comfortably done at home using a device such as the WatchPAT,  provided from our office.

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Why You Should Not Delay Medical Care for your ENT and Allergy Issues

Why You Should Not Delay Medical Care for your ENT and Allergy Issues

6/10/20 in Blog Posts

Patients are still having acute asthma attacks, rashes, ear infections and sinus pain and problems smelling. Your allergist and immunologists are available for asthma treatments. Your difficulty smelling may have started from a COVID infection many weeks ago, maybe even an asymptomatic one, but if it continues to persist this could actually be caused by nasal polyps, which need to be diagnosed and treated.  A persistent sinus infection that is not properly treated can continue to get worse, and you need a physical exam to actually determine whether your sinus symptoms are a bacterial infection, possibly a viral infection, or just allergies. 

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A Singer’s Bane - The Common Cold

A Singer’s Bane - The Common Cold

6/10/20 in Blog Posts

It’s a few days before your performance, and you’ve been rehearsing for weeks or even months for this. All of a sudden you feel a slight tickle in your throat, and the feeling of dread that accompanies it – am I coming down with something?

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Overcoming Stress - Doctor Visits During COVID-19

Overcoming Stress - Doctor Visits During COVID-19

6/10/20 in Blog Posts

As a doctor at ENT and Allergy Associates, I understand that every doctor visit now brings with it a new sense of anxiety. It is natural to wonder, “am I putting myself at risk?”

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IS IT JUST ME, OR IS WEARING HEADPHONES ALL DAY MAKING MY EARS SUPER WAXY?

IS IT JUST ME, OR IS WEARING HEADPHONES ALL DAY MAKING MY EARS SUPER WAXY?

6/10/20 in Blog Posts

IS IT JUST ME, OR IS WEARING HEADPHONES ALL DAY MAKING MY EARS SUPER WAXY? Featuring Dr. Sujana Chandrasekhar & Dr. Jason Abramowitz

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Facial Plastic Surgery in COVID Times

Facial Plastic Surgery in COVID Times

6/10/20 in Blog Posts

Facial Plastic Surgery is a subspecialty of ENT. At ENT and Allergy, we have fellowship trained Facial Plastic Surgeons scattered throughout our offices. We perform both functional and cosmetic facial plastic procedures. Functional procedures consist of, for example, a functional rhinoplasty.

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Don’t Delay the Ear, Nose and Throat Care You Need

Don’t Delay the Ear, Nose and Throat Care You Need

6/10/20 in Blog Posts

Recently, the amount of coronavirus cases in the New York metropolitan area has been slowly decreasing. Earlier in the COVID-19 outbreak, nonessential and nonurgent appointments and surgeries were postponed and rescheduled to slow the spread of the virus and preserve medical resources. Now that circumstances are improving, we would like to remind you that this does not mean that all healthcare needs to disappear.

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Hearing Loss & Face Masks

Hearing Loss & Face Masks

6/10/20 in Blog Posts

In the midst of the current COVID-19 pandemic communication may be more important than ever. The combination of social distancing and quarantine has left many people feeling isolated. For those with hearing loss, that isolation may be amplified. Some individuals with hearing loss rely on lip reading and facial expressions to help understand a conversation, while others are unable to hear conversations from a distance. When conversing in person, necessary face masks remove the option of lip reading and result in muffled speech.

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Coronavirus Pandemic - The Effects on our Health 

Coronavirus Pandemic - The Effects on our Health 

6/10/20 in Blog Posts

You’ve read the news and watched the press conferences – the coronavirus pandemic has had a devastating effect on our health and economy, particularly for those of us living in New York and New Jersey.

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Sinus Infection Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Sinus Infection Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

5/18/20 in Blog Posts

The sinuses are air filled spaces in the bones that make up our skull that our connected to our nasal passages. They have similar lining to the rest of the nose. They have several functions, including circulating the air that we breathe in through our nose, moistening the air, and keeping our skulls lighter for our spine. The sinuses have outflow channels, or tracts, that allows them to move circulate mucus into the nose. When their outflow tract gets blocked it leads to sinus pain. Once blocked, it allows bacteria to grow into the sinuses and progresses to bacterial sinusitis.

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9 Foods That May Help Ease Your Allergies

9 Foods That May Help Ease Your Allergies

5/12/20 in Blog Posts

Seasonal allergies can be a nightmare, but some foods, including fish and vitamin C-rich veggies, may help relieve allergy symptoms.  When the spring season starts, so does allergy season. The itchy eyes, runny nose, and dry coughs are irritating reminders you should stock up on your allergy medicine. But, perhaps closely monitoring your diet, specifically, the foods you eat, could alleviate some common allergy symptoms.

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Hearing Aid Hygiene

Hearing Aid Hygiene

3/23/20 in Blog Posts

Considering recent events, it is more important than ever to be diligent in the cleaning of our hearing aids and ensure we are taking the proper precautions before putting our devices directly into our ears. Before putting our hearing aids on for the day, our hands should be thoroughly clean and dry. Make sure the aids are all the way in your ears and comfortable so that there’s no need to remove and readjust them with soiled hands throughout the day. If necessary, use hand sanitizer before and after removing and reinserting your hearing aids while away from home.

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Social Distancing and its Consequences: Not a New Problem for Millions

Social Distancing and its Consequences: Not a New Problem for Millions

3/23/20 in Blog Posts

Amid the constant news cycle reporting data on the novel Coronavirus and talks of “flattening the curve”, the prevailing advice from experts is to socially distance ourselves (or, to put it simply, stay away from others).  While this technique is essential for decreasing the spread of diseases, some have warned of possible (though necessary) consequences - including the negative impact that a decrease in social interaction can have on our physical and mental well-being. While this topic is being thrust into the spotlight due to current events, the issue of social distancing is not a new one for many people in the United States. 

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Ear, Nose, Throat…, and Eyes?

Ear, Nose, Throat…, and Eyes?

3/5/20 in Blog Posts

The combination of both hearing and vision impairment, referred to as dual-sensory impairment (DSI) is a chronic condition becoming more prevalent as the baby boomers reach older ages.

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Hidden Hearing Loss: Uncovered

Hidden Hearing Loss: Uncovered

3/3/20 in Blog Posts

“I can’t hear my friends and family when there’s background noise!” This is a common complaint in our offices. Many people come to get their hearing tested expecting the audiologist to diagnose them with hearing loss. Sometimes we do. Other times, hearing impairment does not appear on a traditional pure-tone audiogram. Why is that?

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When Should you See a Throat Specialist?

When Should you See a Throat Specialist?

2/11/20 in Blog Posts

ENT specialists are the healthcare providers who focus on treating diseases and disorders concerning with ear, nose and throat. From the collar bone and up is mostly fair game. As the name suggests, ENT doctors are particularly skilled with treating ailments of the ear, nose and throat.

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What are Nasal Polyps?

What are Nasal Polyps?

2/11/20 in Blog Posts

What are Nasal Polyps? Nasal polyps are soft and painless growths of the lining of the nasal passageway and sinuses. These noncancerous growths resemble grapes and result from chronic inflammation. Nasal polyps are associated with chronic sinusitis, asthma, drug sensitivity (aspirin or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen), seasonal allergies or several immune disorders. ENT physicians at can treat nasal polyps and prevent further growth.

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Diabetes: A Risk Factor for Hearing Loss

Diabetes: A Risk Factor for Hearing Loss

1/30/20 in Blog Posts

Diabetes: A Risk Factor for Hearing Loss Christina Tornatore, B.S., 4th Year Audiology Extern Doctoral Candidate in Audiology, Towson University

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Craig Zalvan's Medical Mission to Lima for

Craig Zalvan's Medical Mission to Lima for "Laryngology Teaching" 

1/10/20 in Blog Posts

Craig Zalvan's Medical Mission to Lima for "Laryngology Teaching" 

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Recreational Noise Damage: What You Need to Know

Recreational Noise Damage: What You Need to Know

1/9/20 in Blog Posts

There is no denying that our world is getting louder. Nearly everyone has been in a situation where the individual next to you is listening to their music so loudly that you feel as though you are the one wearing the headphones. If you cannot relate to this, then perhaps you are the person in question.

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I’m not ready for hearing aids yet!

I’m not ready for hearing aids yet!

10/10/19 in Blog Posts

Don’t wait 7 years to treat your hearing loss! It’s understandable, you may not be ready to take all the necessary steps on the first day, but think of all the sounds, voices, and experiences you could miss in those years.

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I can hear just fine… what do you mean I need a hearing aid?

I can hear just fine… what do you mean I need a hearing aid?

10/10/19 in Blog Posts

Typically, hearing loss is a very slow and gradual process; one in which the listener may not even realize a hearing loss is present. You may be asking yourself: “how do people just not notice that they can’t hear?”

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What Do Ear, Nose, And Throat Diseases Have To Do With Pregnancy?

What Do Ear, Nose, And Throat Diseases Have To Do With Pregnancy?

10/3/19 in Blog Posts

Dr. Bradley Block shares helpful information on how to deal with recurring nosebleeds (this is common during pregnancy), sleep apnea, rhinitis, as well as ENT concerns that are related to babies. You’ll also learn why you should stop using Q-tips on your ears!

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Does Everyone Have Pencillin Allergy? Does Anyone?

Does Everyone Have Pencillin Allergy? Does Anyone?

10/3/19 in Blog Posts

Physician's Guide to Doctoring Does Everyone Have Pencillin Allergy? Does Anyone?

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Acid Watcher Cookbook

Acid Watcher Cookbook

9/25/19 in Blog Posts

For optimal vocal health, enjoy a glass of Watermelon Cucumber Juice from The Acid Watcher Cookbook. Watermelon (lycopene) and cucumber (lignans) act as a “food steroid,” which can reduce swelling in tissues, including the vocal cords.

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Early Peanut Introduction

Early Peanut Introduction

9/20/19 in Blog Posts

What is early peanut introduction?  Why are we recommending early introduction of a food that my child might be allergic to?   How can I make sure that my child is safe?  These are some of the questions that likely come into your mind as you decide to give your child peanuts or any other highly allergenic food. 

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The Importance of Aural Rehabilitation: The Therapy Behind the Technology

The Importance of Aural Rehabilitation: The Therapy Behind the Technology

9/18/19 in Blog Posts

The Importance of Aural Rehabilitation: The Therapy Behind the Technology by Ralph Moscarella, MA, CCC-A, a Clinical Audiologist  at ENT and Allergy Associates, LLP

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6 Important Things ENT and Allergy Associates () can do to Help to Improve your Hearing

6 Important Things ENT and Allergy Associates () can do to Help to Improve your Hearing

9/18/19 in Blog Posts

6 Important Things ENT and Allergy Associates () can do to Help to Improve your Hearing. Are you suffering from hearing loss? Dizziness? Tinnitus? Discomfort? Your Ears Nose and Throat Specialist (ENT) along with your audiologist can diagnose, manage and treat your  hearing problems for the newborns, adults and children. This blog discusses about 6 things your hearing team at may help with!

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Weird Facts About the Ears, Nose and Throat

Weird Facts About the Ears, Nose and Throat

9/18/19 in Blog Posts

Weird Facts About the Ears, Nose and Throat. There are doctors that specialize in the ears, nose and throat. These physicians are called ENTs or otolaryngologists. Many of these physicians are also specialists or sub-specialists of one or two of the sects that make up otolaryngology. Some of these specialties and sub-specialties include allergy, laryngology, pediatrics, nasal reconstruction, sleep parathyroid, thyroid and neck surgery. These doctors serve patients dealing from the ear aches, to hearing loss, to more serious problems such as head and neck cancer.

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Fun Facts About Sneezing!

Fun Facts About Sneezing!

9/18/19 in Blog Posts

Fun Facts About Sneezing! Otolaryngology is the medical specialty which is focused on the ear, nose and throat. These doctors aid patients with conditions from ear aches to head and neck cancer. Along with this, some otolaryngologists specialize in just the nose. They deal with patients who suffer from Post-Nasal Drip, Nasal Congestion, Nosebleeds, Sinusitis, Cosmetic Nasal Surgery, Smell and Taste Disorders.

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What Does An Infected Ear Piercing Look Like? 10 Photos To Help You Spot An Infection

What Does An Infected Ear Piercing Look Like? 10 Photos To Help You Spot An Infection

9/9/19 in Blog Posts

What Does An Infected Ear Piercing Look Like? 10 Photos To Help You Spot An Infection Plus, doctors explain what to do if you have one. In a perfect world, you’d get your ears pierced and spend the rest of your life effortlessly rocking cute earrings. In reality? Sometimes piercings get infected, and—not gonna sugar-coat it—it can be really gross.

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Physician Recruitment: Money Talks, But Lifestyle Rules

Physician Recruitment: Money Talks, But Lifestyle Rules

8/23/19 in Blog Posts

Recruiting and maintaining top talent defines a company and the quality of its services – and nowhere is that more apparent than in healthcare, where physician shortages remain a primary concern.

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Yes, You Can Still Work Out Outside, Even If You Have Allergies — Here's How to Do It

Yes, You Can Still Work Out Outside, Even If You Have Allergies — Here's How to Do It

8/14/19 in Blog Posts

Yes, You Can Still Work Out Outside, Even If You Have Allergies — Here's How to Do It!

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ENT and Allergy Associates® Adds More Allergy Expertise to its Growing Roster of Physicians. welcomes Allergist/Immunologist Debra Lebo, M.D. to its Lake Success Clinical Site

ENT and Allergy Associates® Adds More Allergy Expertise to its Growing Roster of Physicians. welcomes Allergist/Immunologist Debra Lebo, M.D. to its Lake Success Clinical Site

8/8/19 in Blog Posts

ENT and Allergy Associates Adds More Allergy Expertise to its Growing Roster of Physicians. welcomes Allergist/Immunologist Debra Lebo, M.D. to its Lake Success Clinical Site.

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Welcome Craig H. Zalvan, MD, FACS and Deya Jourdy, MD, FARS, FACS

Welcome Craig H. Zalvan, MD, FACS and Deya Jourdy, MD, FARS, FACS

8/7/19 in Blog Posts

Welcome Craig H. Zalvan, MD, FACS and Deya Jourdy, MD, FARS, FACS

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16 Best Sore Throat Remedies to Make You Feel Better Fast, According to Doctors

16 Best Sore Throat Remedies to Make You Feel Better Fast, According to Doctors

8/1/19 in Blog Posts

Sore throat symptoms can be rough. Your saliva goes down like sandpaper, every cough makes you wince, and the only thing you can think about is making that lump in the back of your throat go away. Jason Abramowitz, MD, an ear, nose, and throat specialist at ENT and Allergy Associates gives some awesome tips!

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Long Islanders beware: A bite from the Lone Star tick can make you sick

Long Islanders beware: A bite from the Lone Star tick can make you sick

7/31/19 in Blog Posts

Reactions to many food allergens, such as a peanut allergy, typically happen within minutes of exposure. But with alpha-gal syndrome, the symptoms don't appear for three to six hours after eating red meat. As the news media has focused more attention on the tick-borne allergy, McGintee said she's received numerous calls from people who suspect they've been bitten and are afraid to eat red meat. The allergy does not extend to chicken or fish.

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The best portable air conditioners, according to an allergist

The best portable air conditioners, according to an allergist

6/26/19 in Blog Posts

Dr. Jennifer Diaz of ENT & Allergy Associates in Long Island, New York is featured in a Today article discussing the benefits of Air Conditioners for managing your allergies

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Bob Glazer recently spoke with ROI-NJ about how Recruiting the next generation of physicians is one of the hallmarks of ENT and Allergy Associates’ expansion.

Bob Glazer recently spoke with ROI-NJ about how Recruiting the next generation of physicians is one of the hallmarks of ENT and Allergy Associates’ expansion.

4/5/19 in Blog Posts

Bob Glazer recently spoke with ROI-NJ about how Recruiting the next generation of physicians is one of the hallmarks of ENT and Allergy Associates’ expansion.

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Best Cleaning Products for People with Allergies

Best Cleaning Products for People with Allergies

2/14/19 in Blog Posts

Authored By: Dr. Sima Mithani

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Managing Bothersome Tinnitus

Managing Bothersome Tinnitus

1/16/19 in Blog Posts

Authored By: Audiology Extern, Amanda Seeley, B.A.

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Different Ways Winter Can Negatively Affect Your Health, and What You Can Do About It!

Different Ways Winter Can Negatively Affect Your Health, and What You Can Do About It!

1/14/19 in Blog Posts

Authored By: Hollin Calloway, M.D.

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Ear-Popping Questions!

Ear-Popping Questions!

1/11/19 in Blog Posts

Authored By: Audiologist Dr. Abby Malawer

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Common Flu Myths

Common Flu Myths

1/2/19 in Blog Posts

Authored By: Hollin Calloway, M.D.

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A Year In Review: Advances In Food Allergy

A Year In Review: Advances In Food Allergy

12/12/18 in Blog Posts

Authored By: Yelena Kopyltsova, MD

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Food Allergy vs. Food Intolerance: What’s the Difference?

Food Allergy vs. Food Intolerance: What’s the Difference?

12/12/18 in Blog Posts

Authored By: Stacey Galowitz, DO

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Untreated Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

Untreated Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

9/10/18 in Blog Posts

Authored By: Dr. Ofer Jacobowitz

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Hoarseness

Hoarseness

8/13/18 in Blog Posts

Nearly one-third of people experience hoarseness at some point in their lives. 1 in 13 adults have a voice-related problem yearly.

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(Almost) Everything You Wanted to Know About the Ear

(Almost) Everything You Wanted to Know About the Ear

6/6/18 in Blog Posts

Authored By: Sujana S. Chandrasekhar, MD, FACS

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Partial Tonsillectomy For Children

Partial Tonsillectomy For Children

2/4/18 in Blog Posts

Authored By: Joseph Haddad Jr., M.D.

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Ear Candling Is Taking Off On TikTok, But Is It Safe to Try at Home?

Ear Candling Is Taking Off On TikTok, But Is It Safe to Try at Home?

in Blog Posts

Find out why so many people have been placing lit candles in their ears, and whether ear candling is actually worth trying.

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WE HEAR YOU

WE HEAR YOU

in Blog Posts

“I can’t hear my spouse from the other room,” “I have difficulty hearing in restaurants,” “People mumble,” “The masks are making it harder for me to hear.” Many people may be aware of these communication difficulties but will often say they hear just fine. Does any of this sound familiar to you? If so, these struggles may be indicators of a potential hearing loss. An audiological evaluation performed by an Audiologist may be the next step in allowing us to better help you.

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4 Tips to Help Stop the Burn - Acid Reflux 101

4 Tips to Help Stop the Burn - Acid Reflux 101

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As the family holidays approach, and big meals begin to surround you, you may be worried about something, and we don’t just mean those awkward extended-family conversations. We’re talking about that burning sensation known as acid reflux that accompanies certain meals. Don't let heartburn ruin family time — stop acid reflux in its tracks with our top doctor-approved methods for acid reflux relief methods to try at home.

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