If you swim regularly or have even noticed issues with your ears after swimming for the first time in a while, you may have what is known as 'swimmer's ear'.
Babies born with breathing difficulties are sometimes diagnosed with a birth defect known as choanal atresia, which will be an anxious and distressing time for parents and the wider family. So, what exactly is choanal atresia? The basic explanation is that it involves a blockage in the opening at the back of the infant’s nasal [...]
We do not often think about our breathing until it becomes difficult. If you have found yourself struggling to breathe through either one or both of your nostrils, the likely cause could be nasal obstruction.
Our ears can be sensitive places, but sometimes you may notice something that feels a little more out of the ordinary. A cholesteatoma is a skin growth that can develop in your middle ear. A noncancerous, benign growth, will grow behind your eardrum.
Pressure in the ear is a common ailment for a wide range of people. People of all ages and from all walks of life can suffer from pressure in the ear, for a number of reasons.
A chronic ear infection is one that does not go away or keeps coming back. There are many causes of chronic ear infections and most will require attention from a doctor.