Early and regular dental care is important to your baby’s oral health and overall development. Find out when baby should visit the dentist and what to expect at their first dental checkup.
Learn why it’s so important to act fast when your kid knocks a tooth loose.
Are you less confident about your balance as you age? Learn how you can conquer your fear of falling and maintain your independence.
Reasons for throat and ear pain range from a passing infection to something far more serious. An ear, nose and throat specialist shares advice and encourages prompt medical attention.
Losing an adult tooth isn’t a Tooth Fairy opportunity; it’s a dental emergency. It’s important to act swiftly and carefully to increase the chances that your tooth can be saved and reimplanted.
Social situations are particularly difficult for people with hearing loss, but our audiologist explains the many adaptive options, as well as the many hearing and assistive devices out there that can help.
We all know how important it is to breathe, and that’s especially true for anyone using a CPAP machine. But what if you’re sick or congested? Should you still use one? An otolaryngologist and sleep specialist provides some answers.
You don’t have to be Michael Phelps to get swimmer’s ear. In fact, you don’t even have to swim! Find out what causes swimmer’s ear, why it tends to happen during the summer and what you can do to reduce your chances of getting it.
Regular brushing and flossing can usually resolve bad breath. But if that doesn’t work, that smell may signal a larger health issue.
In a world of social media, it’s normal to feel self-conscious about a picture of yourself now and then. But when that self-criticism goes too far, it can have unhealthy expectations and consequences. A facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon explains how selfies and filters have created a culture of insecurity and comparison — and how to take a step back.