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What Can I Do To Regain My Sense of Smell And Taste After COVID-19?

: Something called olfactory training can stimulate the nerves to help you regain your sense of smell and taste. A neurologist explains how it works.

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Why Smell Is Important - The Role Your Nose Has In Helping You Make Decisions

: From detecting potential threats to forming important attachments, learn how and why our sense of smell is a powerful force.

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4 Methods Of Facial Reconstruction After Cancer

: While removing tumors from the head and neck area used to be functionally and cosmetically deformative, there are now a variety of procedures that can...

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Why Do I Sneeze So Much? An ENT Expert Explains

: We all sneeze. But why do some people sneeze more than others? Do your sneezes mean it is time to blow your nose or is an allergy or health condition ...

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Should You Still Rinse Your Sinuses During The COVID-19 Outbreak?

: If you have sinus issues and regularly use sinus rinsing (with a squeeze bottle or neti pot) to relieve symptoms, you may be wondering if it poses a r...

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Tonsils & Adenoids: Your Questions Answered

: When your child has frequent bouts of strep throat or sleep apnea, is it time for the tonsils or adenoids to come out? Maybe. A pediatric ENT explains...

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Bad Breath: What Causes It And How To Fix It

: A Henry Ford family medicine physician explains what causes halitosis and what you can do about bad breath.

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Sleep Apnea: 5 Alternatives To CPAP

: For those with sleep apnea, a CPAP machine is an effective fix, but it’s not for everyone. A Henry Ford sleep medicine specialist shares other o...

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What Are Keloids?

: Keloids are benign tumors of the skin that appear as painful and itchy scars. They occur when you have an injury to the skin such as a cut or a burn a...

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