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7 Questions You've Always Had About Sinus Infections?Answered - Women's Health



Women's Health
 
7 Questions You've Always Had About Sinus Infections?Answered 
Women's Health
A sinus infection. My beloved husband doesn't let anything slow him down, but he is prone to sinus infections, and they take a toll on him like nothing I've ever seen. (And coming from a girl who has had Crohn's disease her entire life, that's saying ...

 


'Magic' Sinus Paths Could Mean New Instructions for Nasal Sprays - Newswise (press release)



'Magic' Sinus Paths Could Mean New Instructions for Nasal Sprays 
Newswise (press release)
Newswise ? WASHINGTON, D.C., November, 20, 2017 -- Sinus infections, inflammation and nasal congestion constantly plague Americans, often leading to unpleasant symptoms and even missed days of work. Traditional nasal spray anti-inflammatory ...

 


Walk-in care clinic opens in Chesapeake - Charleston Gazette-Mail



Walk-in care clinic opens in Chesapeake 
Charleston Gazette-Mail
?We treat conditions such as colds, bronchitis, sinus infections, urinary tract infections, abdominal pains, hypertension, diabetes, asthma, allergies and things of that nature,? Zanabli said. He said that while individuals should see primary-care ...

 


5 Reasons I Love The Price is Right - Houston Press



Houston Press
 
5 Reasons I Love The Price is Right 
Houston Press
When I was a kid I was prone to really bad sinus infections that were so severe I missed a lot of school. While being more snot than boy was no fun, it did give me time to watch a lot of daytime gameshows. I loved Press Your Luck and Let's Make a Deal ...

 


Researchers reduce antibiotic prescriptions through physician education - Medical Xpress



Researchers reduce antibiotic prescriptions through physician education 
Medical Xpress
Southern California researchers have conducted multiple studies focused specifically on antibiotic prescriptions for acute sinusitis (also known as a sinus infection), which affects more than 30 million people each year in the United States. Around 9 ...

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



Daily Sabah
 
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 ...

 


These Start-Ups Want to Solve Men's Health Problems: Who Will Win? - Pharmacy Times



These Start-Ups Want to Solve Men's Health Problems: Who Will Win? 
Pharmacy Times
These companies are sticking with low-risk management diseases. One company, Lemonaid Health, for instance, covers all these conditions and more, such as cholesterol management, the flu, sinus infections, urinary tract infections, and even offers tests ...

 


Common Symptoms of Sinus Infections - Reports Healthcare



Reports Healthcare
 
Common Symptoms of Sinus Infections 
Reports Healthcare
An infection of sinus, also called, as sinusitis is very common among people of all ages. It is medically called rhinosinusitis. It is a condition that hits you when your nasal cavities are infected. This infection causes swelling which often initiates ...

 


GPs told to avoid prescriptions for sinus infections to fight antibiotics resistance - Mirror.co.uk



Mirror.co.uk
 
GPs told to avoid prescriptions for sinus infections to fight antibiotics resistance 
Mirror.co.uk
Dr Tessa Lewis, GP and chair of the managing common infections guidance committee, said: ?We know that most people with sinus infections will recover in a couple of weeks without needing any antibiotics, but that doesn't mean we should be sending them ...
Antibiotics 'not needed' for most sinus infections, says NICE Nursing Times
GPs should not prescribe antibiotics for sinus infections, health watchdog warns and patients should instead 'take ... Daily Mail
NICE says antibiotics of no use for most sinus infections PharmaTimes
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Antibiotics Still Major Risk Factor for C. difficile - MD Magazine



MD Magazine
 
Antibiotics Still Major Risk Factor for C. difficile 
MD Magazine
Additionally, more than half of the case patients received antibiotics within 2 weeks of their infection onset. The most common reason for their antibiotic use was an ear, sinus, or upper respiratory infection, skin infection, dental procedure, or a ...