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Prevent and Reduce Hearing Loss With Magnesium

By Dr Murray Grossan When Hearing Loss is Common There are certain populations where hearing loss is seen regularly. For example, Longshore workers who are exposed to very loud sirens, signaling devices, steel clanging on steel, etc are often found to have a hearing loss after years of exposure. Many machines, such as concrete nail […]

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When It’s Freezing Cold Outside, Drink Tea

By Dr Murray Grossan If you get wet, getting out of wet clothes is essential; it is very important not to get chilled. If your hands/feet are exposed to extreme weather changes, you can get frostbite in five minutes! Please don’t touch metal with bare hands – they can get attached to the metal and […]

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Got Allergy? Don’t Get a Sinus Infection!

By Dr Murray Grossan Got Allergy? Don’t Make it a Sinus Infection This year is predicted to be a bad allergy season –in spring it’s trees, in summer it’s grass and in fall it’s weeds. It is common for the sinus doctor to see patients who let their allergy change into sinusitis that requires surgery. […]

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Snoring During Pregnancy – What Helps?

By Dr Murray Grossan Obviously partners prefer that any woman not snore, but does it affect pregnancy? According to a large study from Ann Arbor, Mi, entitled, “Snoring during pregnancy and delivery outcome,” snoring can have a major effect on both mother and child. Snoring increases risk of pre-eclampsia and high blood pressure in pregnancy. […]

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What drug to take for allergy? Take BREAKFAST IN BED.

By Dr Murray Grossan With allergy, your normal thermostat is “off.” Instead of warming up from cold in the regular manner, you sneeze, cough, and hack: this does warm you up, but it starts a cascade that can last all day. When you awake from sleep, your body temperature is low or cool. If you […]

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ADHD in Children. Or is it Snoring? –Part II

By Dr Murray Grossan Some children with severe snoring show poor growth. This can occur because the nose and throat are obstructed so that eating is tasteless and uncomfortable. Recall when your nose is plugged; the savory hamburger has no real taste because you can’t smell it with a plugged up nose. Worse, continued snoring […]

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ADHD in Children. Or is it Snoring?–Part I

By Dr Murray Grossan Recent studies have pointed to behavior problems, inattention, and crankiness in children as part of the ADHD syndrome (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.)  However these behaviors are also seen in children who snore. Even among children expertly diagnosed ADHD, some cleared up their ADHD when the snoring was relieved. In E.N.T. practice, […]

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The Whole Person approach

By Dr Murray Grossan Because we focus on the whole person, every effort is made to treat with remedies rather than drugs. For example, for many sinus problems, we restore nasal cilia function rather than start with heavy antibiotics. When the nasal/sinus cilia move normally, they move bacteria out of the nose and sinuses. This […]

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Treating the whole person

By Dr Murray Grossan The doctors at Tower E.N.T. believe in treating the whole person. This is because a patient is more than a sinus or an ear. Just as it is important to look into the nose, it is also important to know a person’s whole history and understand what their symptoms are.  For […]

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