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What I Learned During the Superbowl - Don't Freak Out if Blood is Ozing From Your Child's Ear by Jennifer O. Patient Expert Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 1:08am It was Sunday afternoon. We were all ready to sit down and watch the big game. Conor had a cold for the past few days, but we had been able to control his coughing with the nebulizer, and he seemed on the road to recovery. (Yes, any time the asthmatic child gets sick, it is always a deal. I hear someone sneeze and immediately ask "Who is it?" I ... Read on »
EAR HEMATOMAS...EXCESS BAGGAGE FOR THE EAR by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Thu 08 Oct 2009 9:27pm MEOW, MEOW!!! Helpful Buckeye received a lot of e-mails about last week's discussion of the senses of a cat. Those from cat owners pretty much said the same thing: "Keep the cat articles coming!" The e-mails from dog owners weren't as negative as you might expect. Nope, they all reported that they enjoyed reading about the different capabilities of ... Read on »
Ear Pulsating - 3 Simple Steps to Eliminate or Reduce Pulsating Tinnitus by meital j. Posted Tue 05 Jul 2011 8:09am Ear pulsating can become a very stressful condition to live with. Realizing for the first time that your ears are pulsating can be very frightening, and as the days go by all you think about is whether this awful noise ever leave you alone. In this guide you will find the causes for pulsatile tinnitus and 3 simple steps to reduce and eliminat ... Read on »
Ear Pulsating - 3 Simple Steps to Eliminate or Reduce Pulsating Tinnitus by meital j. Posted Tue 12 Jul 2011 7:12am Ear pulsating can become a very stressful condition to live with. Realizing for the first time that your ears are pulsating can be very frightening, and as the days go by all you think about is whether this awful noise ever leave you alone. In this guide you will find the causes for pulsatile tinnitus and 3 simple steps to reduce and elimin ... Read on »
Leeches: “What works and what sucks” in veterinary medicine by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 4:31pm Yes, veterinary surgeons use leeches. Mostly, this happens at the highest levels of vet medicine (usually in university settings) where degloving injuries, traumatic amputations, tissue flaps and non-healing wounds are commonly dealt with. For the average veterinarian and pet owner, leeches might seem like a throwback to the days when George W ... Read on »
Johns Hopkins Grows New Ear for Patient Who Had Cancer and Had Part of Her Ear and Face Removed–New Ear Grown in Her Arm & by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 Sep 2012 3:25pm This is very cool as the forearm of the patient was used as the area to “plant and grow” her new ear.  If you have been reading about regenerative medicine for a while you might remember from about 3 years the mouse that had the human ear growing on it, so it looks as though this has progressed in a very short amount of time to have a human pat ... Read on »
A Stranger’s Gift: Blood on my Hands [Plus: The absolute worst autocorrect of my entire phone life. To MY MOM.] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 08 Jul 2013 3:14am This is a gift that is ALWAYS appropriate to give…  Because skunk butthole. Help! Someone call 911!! When you hear this on TV, people immediately come running to the rescue. In real life, as I learned on the 4th of July, sometimes it takes a minute to sink in. One minute we were happily taking an (inspired*) pre-firew ... Read on »
update by lungs_for_life Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 6:26pm A long over due update from London. I have had to give myself time to process this info so I'm sorry for the lack of blogging. My week turned into a bit longer as is usual here, if it weren't my 21st birthday this weekend I would be staying a lot longer I can tell you. Having said that they haven't done any tests that are out of the ordinary. I ... Read on »
Remedies For Tinnitus Or Ringing In The Ears by Bill .. Posted Wed 20 Jun 2012 6:00pm There are almost as many remedies for tinnitus as there are causes of this debilitating condition. Tinnitus is very common and while it may be a temporary condition associated with ear infections or other problems that can easily be cured, it is sometimes more serious. While it is often called ‘ringing in the ears’ it is not al ... Read on »
Teach Yourself 8 Of The Best Ear Massages: by Carole F. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Mar 2010 7:06pm Post written by Carole Fogarty.   Follow on. Rejuvenate with touch: “Massage your ears daily and your organs and whole body will benefit” Rubbing your ears sends happy feelings into your body by triggering the release of brain endorphins.  The simple act of touch alone is very healing.  It b ... Read on »