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Hearing Loss - When to see the ENT?

Hearing Loss - When to see the ENT?

When to see the ENT about Hearing Loss? Read More


Snoring - When to see the ENT?

Snoring - When to see the ENT?

Snoring is considered a social problem because it disturbs bed partners and family members. However, about 15% of people who snore also have obstructive sleep apnea, which is a medical problem. There is no easy way to distinguish between the two so if you or a loved one snore, discuss with your doctor whether you should be tested for sleep apnea.
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Cary Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office is Moving!

Cary Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office is Moving!


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Meet Our New ENT Doctor Elizabeth M. Hueman, MD

Meet Our New ENT Doctor Elizabeth M. Hueman, MD

“I love taking care of patients,” said Elizabeth M. Hueman, MD, North Carolina Eye, Ear, Nose & Throat’s new doctor of Otolaryngology. “It’s the reason I chose to become a doctor.” Read More


Tackling Fall Allergy Season

Tackling Fall Allergy Season

The most prevalent allergens during the fall season in the Cary-Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill/Triangle Region are the weeds, particularly ragweed.  Other weed pollens in the air include pigweed and sheep sorrel.  Mold counts also tend to increase in the fall as damp, fallen leaves begin to decompose.  A perennial (year-round) allergen that tends to cause more issues in the fall is dust mites.  College dormitories tend to have more dust mites than the average home, so students returning to their campuses often feel a spike in symptoms.  Mold is also typically more prevalent in college dorms and in classrooms of older buildings. Read More


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