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How To Listen To Music Without Damaging Your Hearing

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Loud sounds are dangerous to your ears; they can easily cause temporary or permanent hearing impairment. This means those who are constantly listening to music risk damaging their hearing. If you love music; these tips will help you preserve your hearing: Switch to Earphones Many people listen to music on their portable players; portable players are convenient because you can carry them everywhere, they carry thousands of phones, and you can use ear buds or earphones so you don’t inconvenience other people.…

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Hay Fever Got You Sneezing Uncontrollably? 4 Strategies To Get Your Symptoms Under Control

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 If you suffer from hay fever, going outside can spell disaster, especially during spring and summer. You can’t stay indoors all the time, but you can control the symptoms. However, you can take steps to reduce your exposure to allergens. Take precautionary measures during peak allergy seasons, will help you avoid the distress that can come with hay fever. Here are four strategies you can use to alleviate the symptoms that can make your symptoms go crazy during hay fever season.…

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Should Your Child Be Tested For Allergies?

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Allergies are the result of the body’s adverse reaction to certain substances. Foods, environmental contaminants, and even chemicals can serve as allergens for people throughout the world. While it might be easy to tell if you yourself are suffering with allergy symptoms, knowing if your child is being plagued by allergies can be more challenging. Here are three symptoms that you can watch for when trying to determine if your child might need allergy testing in the future.…

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UPPP: The Procedure That Might Help Your Sleep Apnea

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If you have obstructive sleep apnea, your doctor might recommend surgery if you don’t get results from using a CPAP machine or losing weight. A common sleep apnea procedure is a uvulopalatopharyngoplasty or UPPP. This surgery removes excess tissue in your throat so your airway doesn’t collapse at night when you sleep. Here is some more information on using this procedure to treat sleep apnea. How The UPPP Procedure Treats Apnea…

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