Two-thirds of all physician office visits are for ear, nose, throat or allergic problems!
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Otolaryngology – Fact and Fiction
Test your knowledge of common ear, nose and throat disorders and their treatment. Click on the question to reveal FACT or FICTION.
Cotton swabs are a safe and easy way to clean wax from inside your ears.
Reading in a moving car can cause motion sickness (make you “car sick”).
Hay fever is not caused by hay and does not cause a fever.
Tonsils and adenoids filter bacteria out of what we swallow and breathe.
A person can be trained or conditioned not to snore.
You can “toughen up” your ears by continued exposure to loud noise.
You should avoid speaking or singing when your voice is hoarse.
You don’t have to go swimming to get “swimmer’s ear.”
Research Your Health (Jeffrey Adelglass, M.D., F.A.C.S.)
At Texas Health Center for Diagnostics and Surgery (Adjacent to Texas Health Presby Hospital)
6020 W. Parker Road, Suite 305
Plano, TX 75093