After papillary thyroid cancer, Follicular thyroid cancer (Follicular carcinoma) is the most common type of thyroid cancer because out of all thyroid cancer cases, 15% of them are follicular thyroid cancer. Follicular carcinoma is considered to be more cancerous (malignant) than papillary carcinoma. Follicular thyroid cancer is less common in children and occurs in an […]Read more "General Information on Follicular Thyroid Cancer"
Most people who have a problem with their voice and are unable to speak clearly, usually rush to a general physician for diagnosis and treatment. While sometimes your general physician may be able to provide a suitable remedy, in most cases, they may suggest a consultation with a specialist ENT doctor. An ENT doctor is […]Read more "Voice Disorders – Valuable tips to prevent them from arising"
Hearing loss is one of the most common congenital deformities present in newborns. It is particularly problematic in children with undetected and untreated hearing loss. Most of the time, these children may not be able to develop normal speech and language, or may have problems acquiring the cognitive abilities of knowing, thinking, and judging that […]Read more "Hearing Loss in Children: A worrying health condition"
Have you ever experienced having a runny nose and cough that refuses to go away? When anything you eat seems tasteless and your sense of smell doesn’t seem to work? When you cannot do anything due to severe headache? If so, it is possible that you are suffering from sinusitis. Did you also know that […]Read more "How to manage bacterial sinus infection"
Tonsillitis is the soreness of two oval-shaped pads of tissue at the back of the throat on each side known as tonsils. Symptoms and signs of tonsillitis include inflamed tonsil, tender throat, difficulty swallowing and sore lymph nodes on the sides of the neck. 95 percent of tonsillitis cases are caused by infection with a […]Read more "Crucial Information on Tonsillitis"