It is that time of year again. You know, the time of year when the weather starts changing and it’s cooler outside, and the night comes sooner rather than later, and a hot coffee cures almost everything. Well, everything except that stuffy nose you have had all week that you just can’t seem to get rid of.
So what really makes your nose feel congested? You would assume that it is mucus from a sinus infection causing you to be congested, but you would be wrong. A stuffy nose is actually caused by inflamed blood vessels. These vessels are usually inflamed because of a sinus infection, a cold or the flu or allergies though.
Allergy patients have this issue because of some sort of allergy that has formed to a substance such as hay, pollen or mold throughout the years. If you have a known allergy there are over-the-counter- medicines for you to take daily to help aid these allergies.
The Shea Ear Clinic will be more than happy to get you placed in the good hands of one of their Physicians to help you find the exact medical cure you have been looking for.
At the American Neurotology Society Spring Meeting, Dr. Brian J. McKinnon’s team presented their latest ongoing research on the development of a novel cochlear implant thin film array electrode.
Throughout the course of his life, Dr. John Shea Jr. has made major historical breakthroughs and advancements in medicine. Recently, Shea donated 406 papers, including more than 300 published articles, to the Memphis Public Library’s Memphis Room..
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