How do you if your child needs ear tubes?
The adage "never put anything smaller than your elbow" rang true today in my office during a patient visit. But this time it was a patient's mom!
One of the things that I sometimes see in my practice, which is interesting to me as a pediatrician, and was equally interesting when I had young kids, is how quickly a child's ear exam can change.
Swimming is one of the best ways to beat the summer heat, but that may also mean that your child will develop a painful swimmer's ear, also known as otitis externa.
Have you ever been bathing your child and washing their head and neck and suddenly felt little “lumps or bumps” about he size of a pea or dime on their necks?
A new survey has found that children and their parents who like to crank up the volume on their music would turn down the sound level or use ear protection if they were told to do so by a health-care professional.
Vaccines delivered via droplets rubbed into the skin appear to protect against ear infections say researchers.
New research out shows that mumps-related hearing loss in children may be 20 times more common than previously suggested.
All the information you need about common childhood ear, nose and throat problems
A new study has found that about 20 percent of children with sensorineural hearing loss also have eye disorders.