Posts From Catherine Hart, MD

Tonsils are credited with being one of the immune system’s first lines of defense – they trap airborne bacteria and virus particles as they are inhaled and keep them from entering the respiratory or GI systems. But even with all › Continue Reading

Let’s take a look inside those ears. How many times have you heard that when you take your kids to the doctor?  It’s a routine part of an exam and the key to determining if a patient has an ear › Continue Reading

What is Laryngomalacia? Laryngomalacia is a common condition that occurs when the tissue above the vocal cords is floppy and falls into the airway when a child breathes in, which causes noisy breathing (called stridor). For most infants, this condition is › Continue Reading