Results from a groundbreaking study show that a cold nose is not a good thing when it comes to fighting infections.
Some Challenges Remain to Having a Universal Resident Leave Policy, But Otolaryngology Programs Are Getting Closer
Several medical residency parental leave policies have been introduced, but challenges persist around the implementation of a standardized parental leave for otolaryngology residents in the United States.
A New Committee Is Helping Foster Research and Awareness of Otolaryngology’s Role in Treating Cleft Lip and Palate Repair
A new committee of specialized otolaryngologists play a critical role in surgically repairing cleft lips and palates and caring for those born with these childhood conditions, but the general public and referring physicians are not always aware of their significant contributions.
Leaders in Otolaryngology Are Increasing Racial Diversity
Leaders in otolaryngology are doubling down on diversity to achieve a level that accurately reflects the public it serves.
New Developments Regarding Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation for Obstructive Sleep Apnea
At least two new hypoglossal nerve stimulation (HNS) devices are being evaluated in clinical trials, and more are in development.
Technology Is Advancing, but There Are Still Issues to Consider When Using Telehealth With Pediatric Otolaryngology
Telehealth is seen as favorable for several regular pediatric otolaryngology situations, including taking a history, conducting postoperative evaluations, and reviewing imaging.
What Is the Value of Second Opinion Services to Otolaryngologists and Their Patients?
Second opinion services offer the ability to have medical advice tailored to an individual patient’s medical questions rather than generic advice found through online searches.
These Women Have Risen as Leaders of Otolaryngology Associations
Artificial Intelligence Helps Otolaryngologists Give Excellent Patient Care
A Look at the Status of Precision Diagnostic Techniques in Otolaryngology
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