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What Really Happens When We Sneeze?

Feb 20, 2020 / No Comments

You may have wondered how a sneeze comes on so suddenly. Sneezing is actually a complex process which although it happens in an instant, involves your brain, your lungs, …

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Swimmer’s Ear Just Doesn’t Happen to Swimmers

Jun 21, 2019 / No Comments

By James F.X. Kenealy, MD Division of Otolaryngology (ENT) Whether you love to spend your summer days at the lake, ocean or favorite pool, chances are you have experienced …

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Ask Dr. Kenealy: Why Is There Ringing In My Ears?

Feb 14, 2018 / No Comments

Have you ever wondered what causes ringing in your ears? Dr. Kenealy an Otolaryngologist (Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor), here at Reliant answers that question in our video below! …

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Yuck, I Have a Nosebleed!

Dec 18, 2017 / 3 Comments

By Dr. James F.X. Kenealy, Reliant Medical Group Otolaryngology Nosebleeds are a fact of life. They are common in kids and adults get them too, so understanding how to slow …

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What Does the Color of Your Snot Mean?

May 24, 2017 / No Comments

We know it’s kind of a gross topic to talk about boogers, but haven’t you ever wondered what the different colors of your mucous means? We spoke with otolaryngologist, Dr. …

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Medical Minute: Childhood Ear Tubes

May 17, 2017 / No Comments

We visited with Dr. Kenealy, an otolaryngologist, to learn about childhood ear tubes. Why do kids need them and how are they inserted? Learn the answer to those questions and …

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Caring for Laryngitis

Feb 11, 2014 / No Comments

Laryngitis is a common problem that results in a very hoarse voice or a complete loss of the voice. Laryngitis is usually caused by viral infections such as colds …

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