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Cold v Sinus Infection

Provided by: Scott Kramer, MDENT Your nose starts to feel congested. Your throat gets that scratchy feeling. Perhaps you develop a sinus headache, or your mucus turns green. Does this sound familiar? Often people wonder if these symptoms mean they have a common cold or if a sinus infection is developing. Many folks probably don’t know there is a difference. This article is meant to help clarify some...
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Cold v Sinus Infection
Provided by: Scott Kramer, MDENT Your nose starts to feel congested. Your throat gets that scratchy feeling. Perhaps you develop a sinus headache, or your mucus turns green. Does this sound familiar? Often people wonder if these symptoms mean they have a common cold or if a sinus infection is developi...
Summer Allergy Tips
Provided by: Megan Goebel, MD (Allergist/Immunologist) o   Grass pollen counts are high through the Summer, Trees in the Spring, and Weeds/Ragweed in the Fall o   Keep windows closed in the home and car
Covid Hives
Provided by: Philip Rancitelli, MD The allergists/immunologists at Ohio ENT & Allergy Physicians are encountering many patients who describe itching and hives after booster COVID-19 vaccinations (some after being infected with COVID-19).  In fact, this is a phenomenon we’re hearing about from our col...
Chronic Ear Infections
Provided by: Scott Kramer, MD Do you have a child that has had ear infections?  Middle ear infections (otitis media) are among the most common infections of childhood.  The majority of kids will experience an ear infection at some point during their childhood.  Symptoms vary from child to child...
Winter Allergies
Provided by: Michael Goodman, MD Winter Allergies As we move from fall to winter, many allergy sufferers will experience relief as plant pollens have gone away and mold spore counts drop. However, many allergy sufferers can...
Penicillin Allergy?
Provided by: Megan Goebel, MD (Allergist)  Allergic to penicillin? Maybe not! The good news is that over 90% of people reporting a history of penicillin allergy are actually able to tolerate this antibiotic.  Many people outgrow this allergy as they get ol...
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