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Kids ENT Health Month

February is 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. For more information on a number of kids ENT health-related issues, visit ENThealth.org. 

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

Facebook Cover Photo
You can use this complimentary cover photo specially designed for this month's health observance! Simply right click to save the image to your computer and then upload it as your cover photo on Facebook.


Twitter Cover Photo
You can use this complimentary cover photo specially designed for this month's health observance! Simply right click to save the image to your computer and then upload it as your cover photo on Twitter.

2021 Kids ENT Health Month Resources

Week One #KidsENT Social Media Graphic 

Message: 12%-15% of American school-aged children have some degree of hearing deficit attributable to noise exposure. Learn more & support #KidsENT Health Month. https://www.enthealth.org/be_ent_smart/noise-induced-hearing-loss-in-children/

Week Two #KidsENT Social Media Graphic 

Message: Activities that can put kids in danger for noise-induced hearing loss include target shooting/hunting, snowmobile riding, listening to music/gaming devices at high volume through earbuds/headphones, playing in a band, or attending loud concerts. #KidsENT

Week Three #KidsENT Social Media Graphic 

Message: Noise-induced hearing loss is completely preventable! Find out more: https://www.enthealth.org/be_ent_smart/noise-induced-hearing-loss-in-children/ 

Week Four #KidsENT Social Media Graphic 

Message: Use hearing protection for young children in environments where they are exposed to loud noise, like sporting events and concerts. Read more about noise-induced hearing loss in kids: https://www.enthealth.org/be_ent_smart/noise-induced-hearing-loss-in-children/