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Drinking Milk & Honey as a Chest Decongestant

Drinking Milk & Honey as a Chest Decongestant

2017-06-29 16:26:02 0 Comments 6 views Diseases and Conditions category

Chest congestion is often a symptom of an upper respiratory infection. Air flows to your lungs through bronchial tubes, which contain membranes that produce mucus to protect against irritation. If your bronchial tubes become inflamed, the membranes produce excess mucus, which causes chest congestion. Different over-the-counter medications help treat chest

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Are Kids With Coughs Contagious?

Are Kids With Coughs Contagious?

2017-06-18 23:26:01 0 Comments 7 views Diseases and Conditions category

Kids pick up a number of viruses during their childhood and cough through many of the coldest months of the year. Coughing is a normal way in which your child responds to an itchy throat or clears chest congestion. A kid's cough is not necessarily contagious; the root cause of

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Symptoms of a Chronic, Croupy Cough in a Child

Symptoms of a Chronic, Croupy Cough in a Child

2017-05-04 13:16:02 0 Comments 6 views Diseases and Conditions category

Croup is a condition that usually starts as a virus then leads to inflammation of your child's upper airways. This swelling of the voice box and windpipe causes a barking cough and hoarseness that may alarm you. Knowing the common symptoms of croup and how to treat it will help

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5 Things You Need to Know About the Flu Incubation Period

2017-04-24 02:52:01 0 Comments 8 views Diseases and Conditions category

Understand the Flu Incubation Period No one likes catching the flu, but at some point you are likely to come across the dreaded virus. So, if you've been near a friend with the flu, how long will it take until you get sick? This time period is called "incubation." This

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Cough Sounds Like Fluid in the Chest After Running

Cough Sounds Like Fluid in the Chest After Running

2017-04-20 17:14:02 0 Comments 10 views Diseases and Conditions category

Going for a run can clear your mind, strengthen your muscles and burn off calories, but sometimes you might feel worse after running instead of better. A wet cough is unpleasant and downright irritating, but it's not necessarily a sign of a serious medical condition. You might be able to

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Ingredients in Robitussin Cough & Congestion

Ingredients in Robitussin Cough & Congestion

2017-03-27 02:06:01 0 Comments 8 views Diseases and Conditions category

Overview Robitussin is a North American brand-name cough syrup currently produced by the pharmaceutical company, Pfizer. The active ingredients in Robitussin DM are dextromethorphan HBr, a cough suppressant approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Adminstration in 1982, and guaifenesin, a mucus expectorant approved in 2002, according to Drugs.com. According to

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How Much Raw Ginger Can You Eat?

How Much Raw Ginger Can You Eat?

2017-03-21 05:36:01 0 Comments 44 views Food and Drink category

Ginger, or Zingiber officinale as it's scientifically known, has been used as both food and medicine for thousands of years and is still the go-to treatment for motion and morning sickness. This underground stem, which is used as both a spice and herb, is packed with active ingredients that play

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Can You Prevent the Stomach Flu With Vitamin C?

Can You Prevent the Stomach Flu With Vitamin C?

2017-03-18 22:04:01 0 Comments 25 views Diseases and Conditions category

If you think taking vitamin C can help prevent getting the stomach flu, you're mistaken. While vitamin C contains antioxidant properties that may help strengthen the immune system, the only way to prevent the stomach flu is to avoid acquiring the virus that causes it. The stomach flu is spread

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Running Exercise-Induced Whiteness in the Fingers

Running Exercise-Induced Whiteness in the Fingers

2017-03-12 15:34:01 0 Comments 69 views Diseases and Conditions category

Though running usually improves circulation, there are circumstances when impaired blood flow or nerve conduction cause fingers to become white. Reversible factors, such as exposure to cold or poor ergonomics may be the cause. However, the physical stress of running may trigger an underlying condition, causing fingers to lose blood

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Can Vitamins Prevent the Flu?

Can Vitamins Prevent the Flu?

2017-03-10 17:26:01 0 Comments 12 views Diseases and Conditions category

Influenza, more commonly known as the flu, is a viral infection that affects your upper respiratory system, causing symptoms such as congestion, cough, headache, fever, chills and fatigue. It is a highly contagious illness and is spread through the air and by touching contaminated surfaces. Although vitamins may not cure

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