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Tuesday | Stanford

NIH network designed to diagnose, develop possible treatments for rare, unidentified diseases

Vertigo, nausea, headache, fatigue, confusion. For years someone close to me has experienced severe and periodic bouts of these symptoms.


Related Topix: Ophthalmology, Medicine

Wed Jul 02, 2014


Press registration opens for the 2014 Aao-HNSF Annual Meeting & Oto Expo

Registration is now open to journalists planning to cover the 2014 Annual Meeting & OTO EXPOSM of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation, September 21 - 24 in Orlando, Florida.


Related Topix: Medicine, Orlando, FL

Sat Jun 28, 2014

The Indianapolis Star

Carmel clinic gives patients back their voice

The Voice Clinic of Indiana features the only laryngologist in the state and one of just two in the Midwest.


Related Topix: Carmel, IN, Medicine

Fri Jun 27, 2014

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

Quintessa Medical Spa Unveils Redesigned Website

Quintessa Medical Spa is excited to announce its newly redesigned website, .



Summer's a Great Time for Tonsil Removal

"Kids need from 10 days to two weeks recovery time, so summer offers an ideal opportunity to get tonsil removal out of the way without interfering with school or winter holidays," Dr. Laura Cozzi, an ear, nose and throat specialist at Gottlieb Memorial Hospital in Melrose Park, Ill., said in a Loyola University Health System news release.


Related Topix: Family, Kids, Medicine, Gottlieb Memorial Hospital, Hospital Administration, Healthcare Industry, Melrose Park, IL

Wed Jun 25, 2014


It's Not Condom What's Needed To Fight Aids: India's Health Minister

BANGALORE: Health minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan is an ear, nose and throat specialist.


Related Topix: World News, India, Medicine, Ayurveda, Health, Naturopathy, HIV/AIDS

Sat Jun 21, 2014

New ear, nose and throat service coming to Halton

The easy to access service will offer both morning and evening appointments up to 8pm for patients at a range of convenient local health centres and clinics in the borough.


Related Topix: Medicine, Merseyside County, England, Cheshire County, England, United Kingdom, World News,

Thu Jun 19, 2014

The Edgefield Advertiser

ENT Specialist, Dr. Mac, Practicing at ECH

Dr. Patrick McMenamin, "Dr. Mac" to his team, is now serving the Edgefield County-Ridge area through the Edgefield County Hospital.


Related Topix: Edgefield County, SC, Medicine

Wed Jun 18, 2014


Going deaf - where to start?

So many people discover they are going deaf and sometimes very quickly. Without any experience of deafness they have no idea where to start and how to cope with new phase in their lives.


Related Topix: Medicine, Audiology

Mon Jun 16, 2014

PhysOrg Weblog

Researchers test possible oral cancer detection tool

Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine and the Department of Otolaryngology at University Hospitals Case Medical Center will collaborate on a pilot study to examine whether an abundance of naturally occurring antibacterial proteins in the mouth can predict the development of oral cancers.


Related Topix: Oral Cancer, Case Western Reserve University, Medicine, Genetics

Sat Jun 14, 2014

St. Augustine Record

Local doctor launches skin care line

DePasquale is the founding physician at St. Augustine Ear, Nose & Throat, LLC and Avanti Medical Spa.


Related Topix: Medicine


DSB is Proud to Announce the Launch of the National Energy Services Association Web Site

The information is provided with the understanding that TOC is not engaged in rendering advice DSBWorldWide, Inc. working with the NESA Technology Committee under the direction of 2013 NESA Chariman Michael Dubec is proud to announce the launch of the National Energy Services Association web site.


Related Topix: Audiology, Medicine

Fri Jun 13, 2014

Business Journal

Sisters completes ambulatory surgery center move

Catholic Health has completed the move of its ambulatory surgery center to its Sisters of Charity Hospital's St. Joseph campus.


Related Topix: Medicine, Cheektowaga, NY, Williamsville, NY

Oral cancer study underway at CWRU, University Hospitals; new diagnostic test being researched

A test being developed at Case Western Reserve University may someday be able to predict if someone will get oral cancer , as well as detect the disease much earlier.


Related Topix: Oral Cancer, Health, Case Western Reserve University, Medicine

Thu Jun 12, 2014

Fiji Times

Israeli medical specialists to visit

MINISTER for Health Dr Neil Sharma confirms the ministry is expecting ear, nose and throat doctors from Israel to be in the country this August to conduct operations.


Related Topix: Medicine, Health, Diabetes


LIVESTRONG Foundation honors hippomsg's impact on cancer patients

The LIVESTRONG Foundation has chosen the leading, free medical text-messaging platform - hippomsg - as a semi-finalist in its inaugural competition of innovators that are changing the way the world lives with cancer.


Related Topix: Medicine, Nursing

Wed Jun 11, 2014

Sys-Con Media

Dr. Philip Miller Named One of New York Magazine's 'Best Doctors 2014'

He was chosen as a top Cosmetic Surgery of the Face and Rhinoplasty Doctor. Each year, the top ten percent of the region's physicians are selected by Castle Connolly Medical for New York Magazine's Top Doctor's: New York Metro Area guidebook.


Related Topix: Medicine, Surgery, Plastic Surgery, New York University


Neskey-Coghlan Fellowship Program to Advance Care for Patients with Balance, Vestibular Disorders

Harvard Medical School's Department of Otolaryngology recently announced the establishment of the Neskey-Coghlan Fellowship in Balance and Vestibular Disorders, a one-year post-residency fellowship program based at Massachusetts Eye and Ear, to train qualified physicians in the diagnosis and management of patients with balance and vestibular ... (more)


Related Topix: Medicine, Massachusetts, Massachusetts Government, Audiology

The VA Didn't Seem So Bad, Once Upon A Time

Dr. Hal Scherz, a pediatric urological surgeon on the faculty of the Emory University Medical School, recently penned a Wall Street Journal op-ed about the Veterans Administration healthcare system.


Related Topix: Emory University, UC San Diego, Medicine, Nursing