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All About Dysphagia
All About Dysphagia
Dysphagia is a term used to describe difficulties in swallowing and can include swallowing food, drink or even saliva....
Allergies and Your Throat
Allergies and Your Throat
Allergic reactions aren't usually serious and only affect the throat in a minor way, but in a few cases, it can be very serious....
Bad Breath and Your Throat
Bad Breath and Your Throat
Bad breath is common and usually the result inadequate dental hygiene or because of a highly flavoured dietary content. In some cases however, a bacterial or viral…...
Congenital Larynx Problems and Treatments
Congenital Larynx Problems and Treatments
Congenital problems that affect the larynx are rare, affecting fewer than 5 babies in every 10,000 born. They can be mild and only detected later in life, or they can…...
Do You Have Bad Breath?
Do You Have Bad Breath?
Bad breath is socially embarrassing and can be difficult to live with. Understanding what causes bad breath can help you tackle it, or at least minimise it using good…...
Globus Pharyngeus
Globus Pharyngeus
Commonly known as a lump in the throat, globus pharyngeus is a medically recognised condition and usually has a definite and recognisable cause....
Losing Your Voice
Losing Your Voice
The most common cause of losing your voice is due to laryngitis which occurs as the voice box becomes inflamed....
Lumps in the Throat
Lumps in the Throat
Lumps in the throat are generally harmless, but occasionally they can be a sign of something more serious....
Treatments for Sore Throats
Treatments for Sore Throats
Sore throats are usually caused by a viral or bacterial infection. most of the time the infection will disappear on its own, but occasionally prolonged bacterial…...
Ulcers In The Throat
Ulcers In The Throat
Throat ulcers may indicate a serious illness. They may occur if a severe throat infection is left untreated, but they can also indicate a more serious underlying…...
What Causes Sore Throats?
What Causes Sore Throats?
Most sore throats are caused by infection and are not dangerous; persistent sore throats however may be a sign of an underlying condition that needs treating....
Your Thyroid and Throat
Your Thyroid and Throat
The thyroid is a gland in the human body and is important for hormone secretion. It can become underactive (hypothyroidism), overactive (hyperthyroidism) or enlarged....
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