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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Cough suppression time (CST) was recorded when patients were instructed by means of a red light to try not to cough.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Keep Fever Under Control: If you develop a fever, try to keep it below 100.4 F.[momjunction.com] One of the things that our body is trying to do is it's trying to get rid of these infections, so we might be trying to urinate more just so we can eliminate as much of these[khanacademy.org]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Suspicious athletes try to explain the variations in their blood values with dehydration caused by gastrointestinal (GI) problems.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Try eating small amounts of food frequently, including cereals, bread, potatoes, lean meat, plain yogurt, bananas, fresh apples, vegetables.[medicardphils.com] The treatment consists mainly of trying to relieve these symptoms since we are still unable “to make viruses go away”.[ambishoppeds.com]

  • Insect Bite

    You can try an over the counter antihistamine such as loratadine (Claritin) or cetirizine (Zyrtec).[wm.edu] Wear gloves when gardening and try to avoid venturing outside when not wearing any footwear. Use insect repellent wherever possible.[pushdoctor.co.uk] If stung, try to remove the stinger from the skin. A steroid cream can be prescribed, if necessary, to be used to decrease inflammation and itching.[wm.edu]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Try to drink lots of water and fluids, use the restroom often and always empty your bladder as much as you can.[mercy.net] Try to urinate when you first feel the need. Use good hygiene.[choosingwiselycanada.org] We try and encourage them to drink up to 3 litres of fluid a day.[healthtalk.org]

  • Influenza

    — and especially children younger than 2 years People with long-term health conditions like asthma, diabetes, or cancer Aim to get your flu vaccine by the end of October Try[vaccines.gov] Try to drink a glass of fluids, such as water, every hour while you are awake.[betterhealth.vic.gov.au] Try warm, moist air inhalation. Boil a kettle and put the water in a bowl on a table.[betterhealth.vic.gov.au]

  • Sunburn

    These results suggest that young women who sunburn more often possess other skin cancer risk factors, are aware of their susceptibility to skin cancer, and try to use sunscreen[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] One to try: the King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress .[prevention.com] Try sprinkling talcum powder on your sheets to minimize chafing and friction, Haberman suggests.[prevention.com]

  • Sinusitis

    Try to avoid being around people who are smoking. If you are a smoker, try to cut down or quit.[healthdirect.gov.au] Try lying on your side instead. This helps you breathe better. Or you can try propping yourself up with a pillow. Drink plenty of fluids.[familydoctor.org] Try holding a warm, wet towel against your face. Or you can breathe in steam through a hot cloth or towel.[familydoctor.org]

  • Pharyngitis

    Shop Now » The page you are trying to reach is not available. We have informed our webmaster of this error.[nativeremedies.com] Try steam inhalations.[health24.com] Please try one of the following: Check the page address in the Address bar for typing errors Go back to the Previous page Go back to the Store Home OR USE OUR SITE SEARCH[nativeremedies.com]

  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    Its worth a try : The Mindbody Syndrome (TMS) Discussion Forum[tmswiki.org] In this situation, the eustachian tube stays closed, even when trying to pop the ears.[fauquierent.blogspot.com] I will try the ear plugs for sure![mdjunction.com]

  • Skin Infection

    If itchiness won’t go away, try using a cold compress to help reduce the need to scratch. Visit a dermatologist.[everydayhealth.com] Oh, and a final bit of motivation: Wright’s ordeal was not only emotionally trying but also financially costly, and she just launched a GoFundMe campaign to try and recoup[yahoo.com] To avoid any kind of contact and consequent spreading of the rash, try wearing thongs or no underwear at all.[doctordoctor.com.au]

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