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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    This helps to break up the mucous and then you can suction the secretions with a bulb syringe.[farrellpediatrics.com] Guaifenesin is an over-the-counter medication that helps to break up thick mucus. This may be useful for treating cough during a URI.[care.american-rhinologic.org] The Health Center is closed during college breaks.[hope.edu]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    September 30, 2011 · Updated February 7, 2013 This time of year brings so many fond memories to mind: jumping in piles of leaves (after someone else rakes them preferably), breaking[pedemmorsels.com]

  • Pharyngitis

    ., so let's break this down. When we look at the word pharyngitis, we can break it down into a prefix and a suffix.[khanacademy.org] Gargling several times a day with a mixture of 1 teaspoon of salt stirred into 8 ounces of warm water can also temporarily soothe a sore throat, break up congestion, and help[healthcentral.com] […] itis, and itis means inflammation or swelling, and pharyng referes to the pharynx, which is an anatomical word for, essentially, just the back of your throat, so when I break[khanacademy.org]

  • Sinusitis

    breaking news?[abcnews.go.com] Goals of endoscopic sinus surgery are to enlarge sinus drainage pathways; remove polyps; break the cycle of obstruction leading to chronic sinusitis; and improve lung function[med.stanford.edu] Diagonal Road Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: 703-836-4444 Harvard Medical School Guide to Healing Your Sinuses by Ralph Metson and Steven Mardon Sinus Relief Now: The Ground-Breaking[healthywomen.org]

  • Insect Bite

    Insect bite and sting , break in the skin or puncture caused by an insect and complicated by introduction into the skin of the insect’s saliva, venom, or excretory products[britannica.com] The tick should be removed as a whole and while removing care should be taken not to break it off so as to leave behind the mouthparts of the tick within the skin.[news-medical.net] Description For those allergic to bites and stings, their skin breaks out in hives, the eyes itch, the chest and throat feel constricted, a dry cough comes on, and there is[healthcentral.com]

  • Osteoporosis

    When you have osteoporosis, the tissue breaks down faster than it is replaced.[arthritis.org] […] of breaking a bone. 50% of people aged 60 who break a hip will lose their independence.[irishosteoporosis.ie] Many people with osteoporosis do not know they have it until they break a bone.[cdc.gov]

  • Skin Infection

    Once they break open, the sores may form a yellow-brown crust.[health.howstuffworks.com] Any break in the skin can get infected.[texaschildrenshealthplan.org] Adults can also get impetigo if a wound or break is present on the skin.[health.howstuffworks.com]

  • Sunburn

    If you get blisters, don’t break them.[healthline.com] If blisters form, don't break them. Protect your skin from further sun exposure.[m.webmd.com] If blisters break on their own, clean the area with mild soap and water, and cover the area with a wet dressing.[healthline.com]

  • Influenza

    One article noted that "depletion has been carried to such an extent that the practitioners are brought very near the breaking point," (BMJ, 11/2/1918).[virus.stanford.edu] breaking news?[abcnews.go.com] The fever will break first, and then her appetite should return. But this is just an estimate – some kids (and adults) have a cough that hangs on for two weeks or more.[babycenter.com]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Do not crush, chew or break the extended-release tablet, swallow the tablet whole. When taking the oral liquid, swallow it without chewing the medicine.[corpohs.com] For more DAILY VIEWS, The News' contributor network, click here. nydailynews.com/tags/daily-views Sign up for BREAKING NEWS Emails Tags: daily views uti urinary tract infection[nydailynews.com] Get free unlimited access to Breaking News Business of Medicine Expert Perspective Breaking News Stay informed on the latest advances in medical literature, by regulatory[medscape.org]

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