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May 2019

Bucks ENT Update

Happy May! We hope you have enjoyed our monthly newsletter and find the information useful. If there are any topics you will like us to address, please let us know. We hope to continue to serve your ear, nose and throat needs.

As always, if we can help you, please call the office at 267-689-1000.

The physicians and staff at Bucks ENT Associates


A New Treatment for Recurrent Nasal Polyps

 

If you’re suffering from nasal polyps, you are not alone.  Studies, including a survey by the National Center for Health Statistics, have shown that up to 10% of all Americans suffer from chronic sinusitis, with or without nasal polyps.

Symptoms of this condition include nasal discharge, loss of smell, facial pain, and persistent nasal obstruction, which can make it difficult to breathe. Symptoms are often treated with intranasal steroid sprays, saline rinses, and oral steroids.

The SINUVA Sinus Implant is an innovative technology that reduces polyps and the sensation of nasal congestion and obstruction and is available at Bucks ENT.

 

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The Truth About Earwax


If you are a patient of our practice we've likely told you to stop using cotton swabs. Most people should leave their ears alone. This is a nice review from Consumer Reports.

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Teenagers and Vaping

For people who smoke, vaping is considered a safer alternative (although the long term affects of vaping are unknown at this time). Vaping has become very popular with teenagers, leading to an alarming number who are addicted to Nicotine. It is important to have discussions with your children about vaping and nicotine addiction.

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Tailoring Exercise to Your Age
 

MONDAY, April 29, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Exercise is a great way to stay youthful and even turn back the clock on aging. If you're new to exercise or simply want a fitness reboot, here are ideas by the decade.

In Your 20s: Experiment with different workouts to find what you enj ...


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Health Tip: Getting Enough Magnesium
 

(HealthDay News) -- Magnesium is a mineral that is important for regular bodily function, says the Office of Dietary Supplements. Magnesium is commonly found in various plant-based and animal-based foods.

Foods that are high in magnesium include:

  • Almonds, cashews and pean ...

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Many Drivers Testing Positive for Marijuana, Even With Kids in Car
 

THURSDAY, April 25, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Many people may drive with marijuana in their system -- even when they have kids in the car.

That's the upshot of a new study of drivers in Washington state, where recreational pot is legal.

In roadside tests of more than 2,000 driv ...


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Wellness Programs Take Hold in American Workplaces
 

WEDNESDAY, April 24, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Nearly half of U.S. workplaces now offer wellness programs, a new study finds.

"Most American adults work, and many spend half or more of their waking hours at work," said study author Laura Linnan. She's a professor in the department of h ...


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Sit All Day at Work? Exercise Can Counter That
 

MONDAY, April 22, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- If your job keeps you chained to a desk all day, you might be able to erase the ill effects with regular exercise, a large new study suggests.

Research has shown that people who spend a lot of time sitting may pay for it with a higher heart dis ...


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Babies Still Dying Due to Unsafe Sleep Practices
 

MONDAY, April 22, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- The death of a baby is always tragic, but safe sleep practices could have prevented some recent suffocation deaths, new research claims.

The study found two factors appeared to be behind a majority of infant deaths by suffocation:


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Even a Little More Exercise Might Help Your Brain Stay Young
 

FRIDAY, April 19, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Alzheimer's and dementia are not an inevitable part of normal aging, and a little exercise might help keep them at bay, a new study suggests.

The researchers found that every hour of light exercise on top of recommended weekly levels of more i ...


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Do-Anywhere Upper Body Stretches
 

FRIDAY, April 19, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Flexibility in your upper body is important for many everyday activities you take for granted, like twisting and turning while backing out of a parking space. Try these three stretches to help keep your upper body agile. They don't require any special eq ...


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