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  • Sinusitis for Teens

    If you've been waking up with headaches, feeling stuffy or congested, and experiencing swelling around your eyes, you may have sinusitis - an infection of the sinus air spaces found in the bones around the nose.

  • Sinusitis for Parents

    Sinus infections, or sinusitis, are common and easily treated.

  • When Sinuses Attack! for Kids

    Sinuses are hollow spaces in your head that can fill with mucus when you're all stuffed up. Find out more in this article for kids.

  • Word! Sinusitis for Kids

    Sinusitis is an infection of your sinuses — air-filled spaces found in the bones of the face around the nose.

  • Sinonasal Tumors for Parents

    A sinonasal tumor is a growth in the nose, the space behind the nose, or in the sinuses. The tumors can be benign (not cancer) or malignant (cancer).

  • Infections for Teens

    Who needs a flu shot? How long is mono contagious? This section has tons of articles about infections that teens can get, with information about how they're spread, signs and symptoms, when to go to the doctor, and more.

  • Why Does My Nose Run? for Kids

    You may have heard the old joke: If your nose is running and your feet smell, you must be upside down! But did you ever wonder why your nose runs?

  • Flu Treatment for Teens for Teens

    This section has advice on what to do if you get the flu.

  • Coping With Colds for Teens

    Most teens get between two and four colds each year. Read this article for the facts on colds and ways to feel better when you catch one.

  • Inflammation for Parents

    Inflammation is one way the body reacts to infection, injury, or other medical conditions. Many things can cause it.