Alan Gilbert

  • Appreciating The Benefits Hearing Aids Offer To Hearing Loss Clients

    When you struggle with hearing loss, you may find carrying out a typical day to be challenging. You might have a difficult time hearing what is on the radio or TV. You also may get frustrated with everyday conversations because you cannot hear what people are saying to you and others in the room.  You also might have a difficult time driving safely because you cannot hear the traffic noises around you.
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  • Faqs About Pediatric Otolaryngology

    What is pediatric otolaryngology, and why would your child need to visit this type of medical practice? Also known as a pediatric ENT doctor, this type of healthcare specialist treats conditions of the ear, nose, and throat in children. If your child's pediatrician recommended a visit to an ENT, take a look at what you need to know about otolaryngology. What Does An ENT Treat? Again, these pediatric specialists treat conditions and diseases of the E-N-T—or ear, nose, and throat.
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  • Everything You Must Know About Hay Fever

    Hay fever is a specific type of allergic disordered. Hay fever is an intense immune response to pollen grains and other similar materials. Hay fever is medically known as allergic rhinitis and there are two types that can be experienced: Seasonal. This type of hay fever only occurs in certain seasons based on when certain plants pollinate.   Perennial. Unfortunately, perennial hay fever occurs year-round. Which type of hay fever do you have?
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  • Your Hearing Aids: An Adjustment Period

    Going through life noticing that your hearing is fading can be a source of sadness and discomfort. However, discovering that your hearing could improve with the help of small electronic devices can be hopeful, exciting news. What you may be unprepared for is the adjustment period you're likely to need because you haven't ever used hearing aids in the past. This period can pass more comfortably with these suggestions. Stay Home
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  • Sleep Apnea Tips

    Getting enough sleep at night is one of the most important parts of your day. Without the proper amount of sleep you may not reach your full potential for the day, and with a career, children, and other obligations, you need to be at your best. Many people suffer from sleep apnea which is a disorder where the individual stops breathing repeatedly during the night. When your body stops breathing and then starts again, you are likely to wake up.
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  • Food Allergy Myths Every Parent Should Discard

    Nearly 15 million people in the United States suffer from some form of a food allergy; children represent roughly 6 million of this number. For the parents of these children, keeping them safe is the primary goal. Don't let a myth take you from this goal. There are many myths out there concerning food allergies that, when followed, put a child in an unnecessary danger zone. Anything in Moderation is Safe
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