Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders
The New York Department of Health has issued a warning of an imminent outbreak after an infected Australian tourist visited the city in February. Your earwax can reveal a lot about you, from your race and ethnicity to how stinky you are. With or without your mouthwash and constant brushing, the stink emanating from your mouth may be out of your control. If you didn’t accidentally swallow gravel, that lump at the back of your throat might be a tonsil stone. New research suggests that age may influence your ability to detect certain scents. All of us have the ability to become super sniffers: The newest TedEd video gives insight into how to improve your sense of smell. There are a number of factors that can cause stress on your vocal folds, leading to annoying voice cracking.
Medical Breakthrough 2016: Chinese Doctor Grows New Ear Out Of Rib Cartilage On Man's Arm For Better Hearing
Chinese doctor grows ear from rib cartilage in patient's arm to restore hearing. Vertigo is characterized by a sudden dizzy sensation often associated with other symptoms such as hearing loss and nausea.
Ghost Pepper Challenge Gone Wrong: Eating Contest Leaves Man With Collapsed Lung, Hole In Throat Leaking Food
A ghost pepper-eating contest leaves a California man with a hole in his throat, and a collapsed lung.