Top 15 Posts So Far

This is’s first birthday, so I thought it might be a good time to review what you thought were the best articles here.

I recently thanked y’all for making my first ever blogging experience a good one. I have met many friends through this blog, and according to emails and comments, have helped some children (and a few adults) reduce or eliminate symptoms from their respiratory disorders.

My mission is to educate, and help families make informed choices regarding the health of their children.

From my perspective, this blog – – has been a success. It has been a great year, thanks to all of you – the readers of this blog site, and subscribers of email updates.

I want to especially thank those of you who take the time to leave comments or email me with comments and questions. I really appreciate your commitment to our little community of “boogor heads”.

In case you are new to this site, or joined us only recently, here is a list of the Top 15 Most Popular articles over this first year (most popular first):

8 Dangerous Complications of Sinusitis, But 3 That Can Kill

Illustrated review of the complications of sinusitis, categorized into intracranial, orbital, and local.

Nasal and Sinus Anatomy (and Histology)

Extensive illustrated review of nasal and sinus anatomy. Helpful foundation for understanding your child’s sinusitis.

Top 10 Food Allergens

A review of the 10 most common food allergies, and what to do if you suspect that your child has food allergies.

Anatomy of Nose Bleeds in Children

An illustrated review of the anatomy of nose bleeds in children.

Saline Sinus Rinses

The last in a series of how-to articles on saline nasal rinses for managing rhinitis and sinusitis: recipes, things that can be added to improve results, how often to do the rinses, etc.

TESTING: CT Imaging the Sinuses

Illustrated guide to Sinus CT scans: how to “read” a sinus CT image.

Reflux and Otitis: Does GERD Cause Ear Infections?

Illustrated review of the medical evidence for the role of reflux in ear infections, and how to use that information for you child.

3 Year Old Boy Hospitalized for Sinus Infection: Simple Cure

Illustrated case review of a young boy who was hospitalized for severe chronic sinusitis, and how we saved him some major surgery.

8 Choking Hazards for Babies and Infants

Illustrated review of food choking hazards for little tykes, how to minimize the risk, and what to do if you suspect that you infant has choked on something.

Honey: Nature’s Antibiotic

Review of nature’s strong antibiotic – honey: why it is such a strong anti-bacterial, and how to use that information.

Your Child’s Nose is Bleeding: What to do Right Now

Brief review for managing your child’s nose bleed.

Use Plants to Purify and Detoxify Your Air

An interesting story about how a man dying from severe asthma in India, and some NASA research, found that plants can purify our air.

It’s All Connected (Unified Airway and Sinusitis, Otitis, Rhinitis, Asthma, …)

How the Unified Airway model explains the connection between reflux, ear infections, sinusitis, and many other disorders of the aero-digestive tract.

8 Principles to Control Your Child’s Sinusitis

8 simple steps that can help you eliminate your child’s sinusitis.

What is the Unified Airway?

Illustrated explanation of the Unified Airway Model.


Image Credit:

From, tobyotter: (Collin’s first birthday)


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