Why Do We Yawn?
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Why We Yawn From the WebMD Archives Sept. 23, 2011– Why do we yawn? All humans yawn. So do most vertebrate animals. Surely it serves some useful function.
Congestion Causes and Treatment
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Nasal Congestion We’ve all experienced it—that stuffy nose that can keep you up at night or give you chapped lips from constantly breathing through your mouth.
Causes of Frequent Bloody Noses
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7 Tips to Stop a Nosebleed Fast Coronavirus COVID-19: Latest News and Information Nosebleed definition and facts Picture of mustache dressing The definition
Why Do We Yawn?
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Why Do We Yawn? Continue reading the main story Q. Is there a purpose to a yawn? I know it means you’re sleepy, but is the body trying to accomplish something
What to Expect During an Adenoidectomy
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Adenoids and Adenoidectomy Adenoids are a patch of tissue that sits at the very back of the nasal passage. tonsils, adenoids help keep the body healthy
What Is Tracheal Stenosis?
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Tracheal Stenosis Imaging: Practice Essentials, Radiography, Computed Tomography The causes of adult laryngeal and upper tracheal stenosis are trauma
Vocal Cord Dysfunction Overview
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Vocal Cord Dysfunction Open source image from Truong et al. 2011 The experience of VCD symptoms: “I am getting a lot of spasms…and it’s really difficult”Video
Understand the Role of Your Tonsils
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Tonsils: Facts, Function & Treatment Tonsils are small organs in the back of the throat. As part of the lymphatic system, they play an important role
Strep Throat: Overview and More
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Everything You Need to Know About Strep Throat Strep throat, characterized by a sore throat and fever, is a contagious infection caused by group A Streptococcus
Sinus Infection: Overview and More
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Sinus Infection (Sinusitis): Types, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment Sinusitis is an inflammation (or swelling) of the tissue lining your sinuses.