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2206, 2020

How Allergy Drops Can Boost Workplace Productivity

Categories: Allergies, Supplements|

How productive was your last “increasing workplace productivity” meeting? How many new productivity-boosting practices and apps have you spent time and money putting in place? Here’s some advice from your neighborhood otolaryngologist: ditch the fruitless meetings, cancel your wasteful productivity software, and invest in allergy drops.

806, 2020

Fish Oil Supplements

Categories: Allergies, Supplements|

Some old wives’ tales have only become more absurd as our understanding of science and medicine continues to improve. The “five second rule” is generally not observed as a truth among adults, and it’s taken about as seriously as the notion that chewing gum can stick to the stomach for seven years.

3105, 2020

Anglers with Allergies: 5 things an angler with seasonal allergies needs in the tackle box.

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Imagine trying to catch your trophy while your fishing buddy is sneezing excessively. Goodbye, fish! Seasonal allergies can cause airway irritation that could be as minor as an occasional sneeze to a serious life-threatening anaphylactic reaction. It is estimated that one in four Americans suffer from allergies.

2605, 2020

Sinusitis Statistics 2020-2019 – Sinusitis Facts and Data Trends

Categories: Sinusitis, Statistics|

Sinusitis impacts approximately 30 million adults annually in the United States alone. It causes billions of dollars in economic impact and millions of days in lost time from work. Because of this, sinusitis receives a broad research focus.

1805, 2020

5 Common Mistakes in Treating Allergies

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The five most common ways people combat their allergy symptoms usually do not provide any relief at all. Here are five common mistakes and advice on how to better control allergy symptoms, including runny nose, sneezing, watery eyes, and headaches.

1205, 2020

How to Prevent and Treat Swimmer’s Ear

Categories: Ears, Outdoors|

As the Arizona temperatures soar, water provides a great respite from the heat, cooling your entire body down. Unfortunately, this same water can also lead to an infection in the outer canal of your ear in a condition known as swimmer’s ear.

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