Archive for the Otolaryngology (ENT) Category

New Facial Nerve Reconstruction Options
January 23, 2020

Our face makes the first impression on people, reflecting our feelings and emotions. It also holds vital functionality and sensory tools for breathing, seeing, smelling, and eating. Sudden weakness of […]

Looking Your Best in 2020 – Facial Rejuvenation
January 17, 2020

2020 promises to be a great year and you want to look, the way you feel – optimistic, vibrant, and energetic. You can put some pep in your step by […]

Medical Acronym Quiz – What is a PA?
January 7, 2020

The physician assistant (PA) is an essential part of the USF Health team. PAs care for patients every day, working closely with physicians, nurses, and other care providers across USF […]

Five Healthy Eating Tips for Enjoying the Holiday Season
December 17, 2019

The holiday season whirlwind is upon us, a flurry of activities and engagements from holiday gatherings to shopping for presents. We feel time-pressed, and eating right can seem pointless with […]

Craven, Challenge and Caring Go Together
November 13, 2019

A special Southern family, the Craven’s, believe that everything happens for a reason. Inspired by Lew Craven’s mom, Margaret Craven McLaughlin, expressing empathy and putting others first is a family […]

The Road Back – Care Providers and Family Team Up
November 13, 2019

If you would like to start at the beginning of Lew Craven’s inspiring story, go to Craven, Challenge and Caring Go Together. “Lew has so much to live for, a […]

Earbud Usage Limits
September 10, 2019

Earbuds have become so integrated into many of our daily activities, we don’t even think about them. So compact, they fit in our ear and work right into our lives […]