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Common Cold

Common cold also known as nasopharyngitis, acute coryza , cold   is a self-limited  upper respiratory tract infection characterized by runny nose, cough, sore throat,  sneezing , fever,headache, nasal congestion caused by more than 200 viruses. C...
by emedicinezone on Mar 21, 2016

The Little Munchkin Has Her 1st Cold - Cold and Flu Season For Babies and Young Children

Brianna, © 2016 aspicyboycatandmyfatass.comMy little Munchkin is just a little over 7 months old, and she just came down with her first cold. It's heartbreaking seeing her this way, and I've... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websi...

Common Cold Facts: Symptoms of Common Cold

Common Cold Facts: Symptoms of Common ColdCommon Cold Facts: Symptoms of Common Cold - The common cold is a virus-like contagious condition of the upper breathing system, which mainly affects the nose. The common cold is clinically described as a vir...
by HEALTH MAGAZINE on Sep 19, 2015

Common Cold Facts: Symptoms of Common Cold

Common Cold Facts: Symptoms of Common ColdCommon Cold Facts: Symptoms of Common Cold - The common cold is a virus-like contagious condition of the upper breathing system, which mainly affects the nose. The common cold is clinically described as a vir...
by HEALTH MAGAZINE on Sep 19, 2015

Haiku : Fever and Cold

Haiku : Fever and ColdArtistry seized,imagination blocked,blame fever and cold.######thoughts wander here-there,red nose is signal for all,stop and don't disturb.######...
by lamhat(moments) on Sep 1, 2015

How is the Common Cold Transmitted?

How is the common cold transmitted inside the nose?The common cold is initially a viral infection of the lining of the nose. Cilia, small hairs, inside of the nose transmit the virus up and back into the region of the adenoids, sometimes causing coug...
by Health Care on Jul 11, 2015

Retirement Living During Winter

This may be an odd topic for discussion.  Discussion of retirement life during the winter months?  Well, as a retiree, most of us have lots of time on our hands.  Lots of time if you don't have hobbies or are working.  That time seems to get long...
by The Retired Baby Boomer on Jan 22, 2015

Retirement Living During Winter

This may be an odd topic for discussion.  Discussion of retirement life during the winter months?  Well, as a retiree, most of us have lots of time on our hands.  Lots of time if you don't have hobbies or are working.  That time seems to get long...
by The Retired Baby Boomer on Jan 22, 2015

How to Get Immunity against Cold and Flu?

Flu like SymptomsEach year, between five and 20 percent of the US population come down with flu-like illness. Both colds and various influenzas are caused by a wide variety of viruses and not by bacteria. Both these ailments affect the...
by Health Care on Jun 28, 2014

Common Cold Treatment – Boost Your Immunity

About Common ColdCommon cold is a very common disease and it is not usually harmful also.  Frequency of attack of this disease is based on the immunity power of our body.  Since there is not any practical cure for common cold, it is wise to...
by Health Care on May 31, 2014

Foods That Help Against Common Cold

Foods That Help Against Common ColdGarlic has been shown to reduce the chances of catching a cold , and can help patients to recover faster from cold. It is most effective when eaten raw , but you can buy capsules of aged garlic extract instead. Garl...
by Top Healthy Eating on Apr 21, 2014

Cara Mengobati Penyakit Common Cold Secara Alami

Penyakit Common Cold Common Cold yaitu infeksi pada saluran pernapasan sisi atas (hidung serta tenggorokan) yang dikarenakan oleh infeksi virus. Tanda-tanda utama common cold yaitu pilek baik hidung tersembat ataupun hidung meler. Beberapa besar oran...
by Mulya Herbal on Apr 11, 2014

Simple Steps to Keep Your Family Safe

Keeping your family healthy and medically safe is no doubt a priority. But unfortunately, this is easier said than done. Medical emergencies can happen suddenly, and due to everyday exposure to germs and bacteria, illnesses are inevitable. Although y...
by The Nerdy Nurse on Mar 26, 2013

Lemongrass Uses and Health Benefits - Nefertiti Co.

Cymbopogon (lemongrass) is a genus of about 55 species of grasses. It is a tall perennial grass.Common names  Common names include lemon grass, lemongrass, barbed wire grass, silky heads, citronella grass, cha de Dartigalongue, fever grass, tang...
by Nefrtiti on Jan 30, 2013

Black Pepper Health Benefits - Natural Cold Treatment

http://nnnefertiti.com/Products/Natural-Herbs/Pepper.phpThe world's most popular spice and cheese, eggs, fish, game, lamb, pork, poultry, salad, sausages, soup, steaks, tomatoes, veal. It is one of the most common spices added to cuisine and its desc...
by Nefrtiti on Jan 23, 2013

Shape Up! – Week 53

This is week 53 in my series of Shape Up!  The weekly post on what I did over the last week in my quest to getting healthier. This week has been very interesting in the sickness front.  The flu has reached … Continue reading →...
by Geek Alabama on Jan 21, 2013

Cinnamon - Cooking Herbs and Spices

http://nnnefertiti.com/Products/Natural-Herbs/Cinnamon.phpCinnamon has long history from antiquity.Cinnamon bark is widely used as a spice and as a flavouring agent for wine, in cookery as a condiment and flavouring material. Used in the preparation...
by Nefrtiti on Jan 20, 2013

Helba Tea Health Benefits - Nefertiti Co.

In traditional medicine, Helba (Frnugreek) used as a remedy and a supplement. Studies have shown that helba increase uterine contractions during labor, increase milk production in lactating women, help relieve menopause symptoms, improve glucose tole...
by Nefrtiti on Jan 19, 2013

How to Get Rid of a Cold Fast

How to Get Rid of a Cold FastLiving with cold can be really annoying. They can easily spoil few days of your life, and you will see yourself fighting against the common symptoms such as running nose, sore throat, fever and headache. That being sai...
by Health Means Life on Aug 31, 2012

Getting Ready for Fall: Watch Out for Allergies, Colds & Flu, and Cold Sores

Fall is just around he corner. In the next few months many of us may notice an uptick in sinus activity and with it the risk for potential increase in allergy-like symptoms, colds, and cold sores. There are some ways you can help prevent colds, flu,a...
by The Nerdy Nurse on Aug 20, 2012
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