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The terms “sore throat,” “strep throat” and “tonsillitis” are often used interchangeably—but many people do not understand  that they do not mean the same thing. With the change in seasons and Oklahoma weather comes allergies and colds.  We at Oklahoma Otolaryngology Associates want to make sure that the people of Oklahoma City metro area realize…

Sneezing is something that we all do—some more than others. And we all sneeze in our own unique and individual way—some loud, some quiet, and others are just downright amusing. We at Oklahoma Otolaryngology Associates thought that this would be great time to share some educational fun facts about sneezing since there is so much…

Oklahoma Otolaryngology Associates, LLC has a dynamic team of exceptional physicians who are leaders in the community of knowledge in the field of ear, nose and throat medical conditions; they represent the premier Oklahoma ear, nose and throat clinic. In recognition of our incredible physicians, one physician will be featured each month in our ENT…

Every year on April 16, we join together to recognize World Voice Day to encourage men and women, young and old, to assess their vocal health and take action to improve or maintain good voice habits. It is one day of our ORAL, HEAD AND NECK CANCER AWARENESS WEEK. According to a Harris Interactive survey,…

Nothing says “Winter” quite like a runny nose. But did you know that your runny nose is helping you stay healthy? It may not be the first thing you think of when you’re blowing your nose, but the snot your body produces is actually going to good use. Known medically as a “Protective Bodily Fluid,”…

Do you have a hard time blowing your nose? It may seem like an inconsequential question, but sinusitis is no laughing matter. Sinusitis, caused by the inflammation of the sinus cavities, is a common otolaryngological issue that affects approximately one in eight adults a year, leading to a significant decrease in their quality of life….

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