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According to the University of Maryland Medical Center sinus infections affect more than 31 million people, or one out of every seven adults, in the U.S.
When a person suffers from a common cold, she has nasal congestion that lasts between seven to 10 days that clears up when she uses over-the-counter medications, like a decongestant.
In the United States, about 13 percent of non-institutionalized adults have a sinus infection, also called sinusitis, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
About 31 million people in the United States suffer from a sinus infection, or sinusitis, each year, according to the National Institute of Allergy and Infection Diseases.
“Sinus surgery is a very common and safe operation,” according to the MedlinePlus tutorial provided by the National Institutes of Health.
Do you have a cold that won't go away? Headache? Fever? Nasal congestion and discharge? Sore throat and postnasal drip? Fatigue? Cough? Bad breath? Loss of sense of smell?
When Christopher Columbus “discovered” red chili peppers in the New World during the 15th century, the pungent fruit already had a long and distinguished history.
In the beginning of the year many people decided they would start exercising to lose weight and get in better shape. But here is another reason to get moving.
As I sit here on my couch blowing my nose for the millionth time, I am thinking of all the natural cold and flu remedies I have with zinc in it.
If you haven’t heard, the cold and flu season is upon us. In our office, people are coming in coughing, sneezing, blowing their nose, and bundled up in sweatshirts.
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