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Sinusitis in Children

 

Sinusitis is an infection or inflammation of the sinuses, and it can occur in people of any age. Children can suffer from sinusitis, and it is generally categorized in four ways: acute sinusitis, subacute sinusitis, recurrent sinusitis, chronic sinusitis. The causes of sinusitis in children are much the same as sinusitis in adults. A sinus…

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Swimmer’s Sinusitis

 

Most people connect sinus issues with allergy and cold seasons. Once the heat of summer arrives and everything has greened out, most people consider themselves free from the onset of sinus troubles. Yet, many people are surprised by a sinus attack during the middle of summer that can leave them just as miserable as pollen…

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Why Is My Nose Always Stuffy?

 

While everyone gets the occasional stuffy nose from a cold or allergy season, there are some who suffer year-round from a constant stuffy nose. If you are one of those sufferers, take heart – you do not have to continue to be miserable. Learning about common causes of stuffiness, ways to alleviate your symptoms, and…

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Why Allergies Make You Suffer

 

Allergy season has not gotten the attention it typically gets this year due to COVID-19 and the mayhem that has resulted from it. Yet, just because it’s not in the news does not mean that people are not suffering. While spring is a beautiful time of year when plants green up and flowers are in…

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Take Care of Your Sinuses During Allergy Season

 

*** Please note: The Coronavirus has upended normal activities throughout the United States. With the onset of COVID-19 and the concentrated number of cases in New York, businesses and medical practices have had to shut down normal operations in order to combat the exposure and spread of Coronavirus. Due to this outbreak, our offices will…

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Cold or Sinusitis?

 

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, sinusitis is the number one chronic illness for all age groups in the United States. Sinusitis, also called a sinus infection, is an inflammation of the lining of the nose and sinuses. The infection can be bacterial or viral, causing extremely unpleasant side effects. However, many people…

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Chronic Nasal Issues Affecting Daily Life

 

A typical sinus infection that a person receives medical treatment for lasts for about two weeks (once treatment begins). For those who have a cold or the flu along with a sinus infection, the symptoms may last for a few weeks. However, many people suffer from persistent nasal issues that last for 12 weeks or…

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Winter and Your Sinuses

 

Many people only associate sinus trouble with spring allergy season or fall hay fever. However, all weather changes can bring about bothersome sinusitis symptoms. In fact, many people who suffer from sinusitis year round find that their symptoms are actually worse during the winter. There are certain factors that can cause the sinuses to be…

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Young woman with chronic rhinitis.

Frequent Runny Nose

 

For those with a frequent runny or stuffy nose, it can seem like there will never be an end to the number of tissues you use. A runny nose is typically a bothersome symptom that occurs as a result of a cold or other viral infection and goes away within a couple of weeks. However,…

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Cold Weather and Your Sinuses

 

With cold weather settling in here in New York, many people are finding that their sinuses are giving them trouble. Not all sinus issues in fall and winter are the result of flu season. Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinuses and can be caused by infection, allergy, or injury. Cold weather typically brings in…

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