In The Media

In The Media

The team at NJ ENT is often featured in various news outlets and media channels for their expertise and knowledge on the topics of ENT and facial plastic surgery . Discover some of their media appearances below.

Why Coughs Linger—And How To Give Them A Final Kick In The Pants

Feb. 1, 2024

In the article, Dr. Gregory Smith from NJ ENT elaborates on the reasons why some coughs persist longer than expected. He explains that while coughs are a natural reflex to clear the airways, various factors such as post-nasal drip, sinus infections, asthma, or laryngopharyngeal reflux can cause them to linger. Understanding these underlying causes is crucial for effective treatment. For a comprehensive understanding of Dr. Smith’s insights and the full context of NJ ENT’s involvement in addressing prolonged coughs.

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The 8 Best Neti Pots to Clear Your Sinuses, According to Experts

December 20, 2023

I this article “The 8 Best Neti Pots to Clear Your Sinuses, According to Experts” on Very Well Health, Dr. Undavia discusses using the NeilMed Sinus rinse reusable bottle as it’s an easy-to-use product and comes with premade salt packets. He also discusses the importance of cleaning your neti pot along with the benefits of using one including improving allergy symptoms and preventing infections. Read the full article on the Very Well Health website.

Headache Locations and Meanings

Dec. 13, 2023

In the article “Headache locations and what they mean” on SingleCare, Dr. Nishant Reddy, an ear, nose, and throat specialist at NJ ENT in Marlton, New Jersey, explains the significance of headache locations. He mentions that headaches confined to specific locations can indicate certain conditions or head injuries, while more general head pain may hint at systemic problems like tension, dehydration, or hormonal issues. He specifically discusses various types of headaches such as those behind the eyes, in the back of the head, in the forehead, and other locations, providing insights into their potential causes. Read the full story on the Singlecare website.

Flu Symptoms in Kids: How Parents can Differentiate from the Flu, COVID or a Cold

December 7, 2023

Dr. Samir Undavia here at NJ ENT & Facial Plastic Surgery, provided insights in an article on “New York Family” about flu symptoms in children, particularly during the flu season. He emphasized the severity of the flu, mentioning the CDC’s statistics on illnesses, hospitalizations, and deaths, and highlighted that over 80% of severe cases were in unvaccinated children. Dr. Undavia also discussed the importance of recognizing when to seek medical attention for children with flu symptoms, such as persistent symptoms or complications like ear pain or shortness of breath. For more detailed information, you can read the full article on the New York Family website.

What Causes Temple Headaches? Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment

Dec. 13, 2023

In the article “What causes temple headaches? Diagnosis, prevention, and treatment” on SingleCare, Dr. Nishant Reddy discusses risk factors for tension and migraine headaches. He mentions that being female, experiencing high stress, and lack of sleep are risk factors for these types of headaches. Dr. Reddy also advises consulting a primary care physician if temple headaches increase in frequency or severity, to determine the underlying cause and appropriate treatment. Read the full story on the Singlecare website.


What To Do With Old Hearing Aids

Dr. Nishant Reddy, an ENT and head and neck surgeon here at NJ ENT, was recently featured in this Healthy Healing article where he provides comprehensive advice on what to do with old hearing aids. He covers several different options including donation, trading in for a discount on new models, and recycling. Dr. Reddy also touches on the complexities of selling used hearing aids, highlighting local regulations and the challenge of lower demand due to technological advancements. Additionally, he emphasizes the importance of cleaning and removing personal data from the devices before disposing of them.

Read the full story on Healthy Hearing.


Dec. 2023

In the article “Cosmetic Changes” on SEEMA, Dr. Samir Undavia discusses the unique skincare needs and popular cosmetic procedures among South Asian women. He addresses issues like hyperpigmentation, acne, and hair loss, and emphasizes the importance of specialized treatment for darker skin tones, particularly when using lasers and medications. Dr. Undavia also talks about the structural characteristics of South Asian noses in rhinoplasty and the need to manage patient expectations. Additionally, he offers skincare tips, highlighting the importance of hydration, sunscreen, a balanced diet, and avoiding smoking. For more details, you can read the full article on the SEEMA website.