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What's Going Around: Pink Eye, Stomach Flu, and Sinus Infections - WDAZ



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What's Going Around: Pink Eye, Stomach Flu, and Sinus Infections 
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Doctor Colleen Swank with Altru in Grand Forks tells WDAZ pink eye is going around. Eyes may turn pink or red, weep or ooze a gooey liquid, become itchy or burn, or get stuck shut, especially when you first wake up. She said to get medical attention if ...

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What's Going Around: Cold or sinus infection? - WKOW



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What's Going Around: Cold or sinus infection? 
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SAUK CITY (WKOW) -- Many of us have colds this time of year, but how do you know if it's actually a sinus infection? Some of the symptoms are the same: stuffy nose, scratchy throat and coughing. You feel miserable and go to the doctor thinking it's ...

 


It Started as Sinus Headaches ? But Things Got Deadly. - New York Times



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It Started as Sinus Headaches ? But Things Got Deadly. 
New York Times
His wife nudged him. ?Don't,? she said, glancing toward their daughter. ?. Sinus Infections. A few months earlier, his daughter started to get headaches. At first, he wondered if she was just trying to get out of going to school. But Dr. Nashi and the ...

 


For those with chronic sinus infections, there may be a solution - KREM.com



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For those with chronic sinus infections, there may be a solution 
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Sinus infections are no fun for anyone. Dr. Brandy Tacia is an ENT-Otolaryngologist which specializes in conditions of the ear, nose, and throat. Dr. Tacia lists common symptoms of sinus infections as facial pain/pressure, swelling under the eyes ...

 


Cause of facial pain can be hard to find - Reading Eagle



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Cause of facial pain can be hard to find 
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Dear Dr. Reitz: The left side of my face has been hurting for the past two weeks. It's uncomfortable to chew food because it hurts in my cheek and under my jawbone into my neck. Can a tooth problem cause pain in the cheek? - Jill, Wyomissing. Dear Jill ...

 


The elderly and very young are at risk of influenza virus - Hanford Sentinel



The elderly and very young are at risk of influenza virus 
Hanford Sentinel
For most of us, the flu means a few miserable, feverish, coughing, sneezing and achy days in bed as our immune systems rally and fight off the virus. For those at high risk, though, a range of complications is possible. These include bronchitis, sinus ...

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Antibiotics trigger dangerous infection - WOWT



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Antibiotics trigger dangerous infection 
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They can be aware of what can be treated with antibiotics and what cannot." Serese Cole, "A sore throat, a cold, bronchitis, the flu - even some sinus infections cannot be treated with antibiotics. So don't even request it from your doctor." "You're ...

 


'Magic' sinus paths could mean new instructions for nasal sprays - Science Daily



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'Magic' sinus paths could mean new instructions for nasal sprays 
Science Daily
Paranasal sinuses are essentially hollow cavities in the skull surrounding your nasal cavity. While the role of the sinuses is debated, it is believed they function to decrease the weight of the anterior skull, increase voice resonance and buffer ...

 


Sinus infection: Know the diseases that can make your winter hell - Daily Sabah



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Sinus infection: Know the diseases that can make your winter hell 
Daily Sabah
To understand how to prevent sinus infections or sinusitis effectively, the first thing to do is to educate yourself. Your sinuses are air spaces in hollowed bones inside the cranium, which have drains that connect them to the nasal cavity. They begin ...

 


HealthBuzz: Sinusitis doesn't have to mean surgery - Cherry Hill Courier Post



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HealthBuzz: Sinusitis doesn't have to mean surgery 
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Nasal congestion, sinus pressure and pain, post-nasal drip, a reduced sense of smell or hearing, and recurring sinus infections. The symptoms of sinusitis sound awful just to read about, but each year, some 15 percent of U.S. adults come up against ...

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