Fall allergies or common cold?
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Sniffling and sneezing can be common this time of year, but is it allergies or the cold virus? Fall and winter allergies could mirror common cold. Doctors say outdoor allergy season is almost over, but indoor allergies can last ...
WISH-TV - Wed, 12 Nov 2014 02:20

Vitamin D vs. Common Cold: And the Winner Is...
Now that winter is basically knocking at our door, many of us will have to face the most common and dreaded disease in America: the common cold. Upper respiratory tract infections (URTI) represent the most common reason for U.S. emergency visits and is ...
Huffington Post - Tue, 11 Nov 2014 10:28

The Truth About the Common Cold
Transcript for The Truth About the Common Cold. This is the enemy a cold virus in reality so tiny it would take nearly one million to line up along just one inch. But it takes only one of these micro beak demons to start the chain reaction that... See ...
ABC News - Wed, 19 Nov 2014 11:38

How to tell RSV from the common cold in your baby
(CNN) – What may look like the cold in your newborn may be something more serious. It starts out like the common cold, but your baby could have respiratory syncytial virus or RSV. Peak season for RSV is November through April. The virus may only cause ...
wwlp.com - Thu, 20 Nov 2014 18:22

How to tell a cold from an allergy
Dr. Stanley Goldstein, director of Allergy and Asthma Care of Long Island, said fall and winter allergies are just as common as spring and summer allergies. What's different about the allergies this time of year, he added, is that most people simply ...
Chicago Tribune - Wed, 19 Nov 2014 15:15



The Common Cold: Treatment Algorithms
Symptom relief is the main management strategy, since the common cold is viral and we have no effective treatment. Options include rest, ample hydration, antihistamines, and nasal decongestants.1,5 Patients may need to be reminded to disinfect their ...
Pharmacy Times - Sun, 09 Nov 2014 03:09



8 Ways You're Making Your Cold Worse
By now, you'd think you would have mastered the art of recovering from the common cold, but treatment myths and mistakes run rampant, Dr. Aaron Michelfelder, a professor of family medicine at Loyola University Chicago's Stritch School of Medicine, told ...
The Weather Channel - Mon, 27 Oct 2014 15:07

Peterson: Mega-dosing versus the common cold
Why not cure the common cold, too? Rose hips are particularly high in vitamin C, and the British made a vitamin C syrup with them during World War II because the Germans were preventing goods, including citrus fruits, from reaching Great Britain. Leave ...
Northwest Herald - Thu, 06 Nov 2014 22:02


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