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Jonathan Aviv, MD, FACS, ENT and Clinical Director of ENTA's Voice and Swallowing Center in the East Side, NY office appeared on Fox 5's Good Day New York on their "Good Day Cafe" segment to discuss acid reflux and dishes that can reduce symptoms.
Dr. Ofer Jacobowitz, ENT and Sleep Specialist in ENTA's Fifth Avenue and Middletown, NY offices authored an article on how getting more sleep can contribute to a higher well-being.
Dr. Peter LoGalbo, Allergist at ENTA's West Nyack, NY office, was interviewed for an article in The Journal News about a new study in The New England Journal of Medicine suggesting that babies at high risk for peanut allergy may reduce that risk by eating peanut products in the first year of life.
Dr. Jillian Hochfelder, Allergist at ENTA's Tuckahoe and Purchase, NY offices, was interviewed for an article in Food Navigator USA about a new study in The New England Journal of Medicine suggesting that babies at high risk for peanut allergy may reduce that risk by eating peanut products in the first year of life.
Dr. Joon Park, Allergist at ENTA's Middletown, NY office, authored an article featured in Dutchess County's Healthy Lifestyles Magazine about the state of food allergies in America and the difficulties that these patients face.
As of the summer of 2015, fellowship-trained allergist and immunologist Dr. Darren Hirsch will join both its East Patchogue and Riverhead offices in Suffolk County, Long Island.
Ringing in the ears, also known as tinnitus, is estimated to affect more than 50 million Americans. It is found increasingly among young people, due to headphone use and exposure to loud noise. ENTA Otolaryngologist Nitin Bhatia, MD discussed this affliction and ways to cope with The Journal News.