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Tonsils, Adenoids and Grommets in Toddlers - Guest Blog Olivia Bennett

When the doctors recommended that my 2.5 year old son have his tonsils and adenoids removed and grommets put in, I was relieved that his speech delay and hearing issues would be resolved but equally apprehensive about surgery for my sweet, little boy. 920 more words

Mummies Tales

Mom to Mom: Lessons learned from our little one's tonsillectomy

A simple procedure. They do it every day. It is completely routineThese are my used to be thoughts about having one’s tonsils removed. 1,994 more words

For J Anthony Brown Presents Rev Adenoids Church Announcements

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So..this is what it's like.... and how long will it last? How good people get into really bad habits

I’d been fighting something that was lodged inside of me.   Located somewhere from the shoulders up.  In February, I had a raging sinus infection.  Antibiotics – Augmentin, to be exact.   949 more words

Self Realization


Last week, my wonderful four-year-old daughter had minor surgery to have her adenoids removed.  In the hospital she heard lots of encouraging words from Mommy and Daddy and from the doctors and nurses. 124 more words


Overview Of The Lymphatic System

Function of the Lymphatic system:

The Lymphatic system is a major part of the body’s immune system. It is a transport system consisting of a series of lymph vessels, that are located between capillaries and tissue cells, as well as collections of lymph nodes situated at various points along the length of the lymph vessels. 1,027 more words


Adenoids and American School Hygiene in the Early 20th Century

Kate Mazza, today’s guest blogger, received her doctorate in US history from the Graduate Center, CUNY. Her dissertation, “The Biological Engineers: Health Creation and Promotion in the United States, 1880-1920” examines the ideas and progress of the interrelated health reforms of physical education and school hygiene.

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