Kids ENT Health Month

National health statistics reveal that pediatric ear, nose, and throat disorders remain among the primary reasons children visit a physician, with ear infections ranking as the number one reason for an appointment. From earaches to choking hazards, kids can suffer from a variety of ailments that require prompt diagnosis and treatment.

Participate in Kids ENT Health Month and spread awareness on social media by incorporating the graphics below on your own Facebook and Twitter profiles!

You can use this complimentary cover photo specially designed for this month’s health observance! Simply download the image to your computer and then upload it as your cover photo on social media.

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Nosebleeds are common in children around the ages of two to 10. Is your child experiencing nosebleeds? Find out more and some tips you can follow to help prevent future nosebleeds. #KidsENT

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Did you know children’s sinuses are not fully developed until late in their teen years? #Sinusitis in children can look different than in adults. Learn more about pediatric sinusitis. #KidsENT Health Month

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Noise-induced hearing loss #NIHL is completely preventable! About 17 % of #teens (ages 12 to 19) have features of their hearing that suggest #NIHL in one or both ears. Use hearing protection for children in loud environments. #KidsENT

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Have questions about your kids’ nose, ear, and throat health? Visit for information about conditions and treatments, tips to #BeENTsmart, and answers to some of your questions about #KidsENT Health.

Access more information on a number of kids ENT health-related issues!

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