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New study shows that a cough med ... by Dr. Rubens D. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 6:46pm New study shows that a cough medicine ingredient could effectively treat prostate cancer Baltimore, MD, 20 dec 2008 -- A study published today in the December issue of the European medical journal Anticancer Research demonstrates that an ingredient used in a common cough suppressant may be useful in treating advanced prostate cancer. Researche ... Read on »
Could your cough medicine treat prostate cancer? by Katherine B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:54pm Could your cough medicine be used to treat prostate cancer? Well it's not quite that simple. A study published in the December issue of the European medical journal Anticancer Research demonstrates that noscapine, an ingredient used in some cough suppressants may be useful in treating advanced prostate cancer. Researchers found that noscapine r ... Read on »
Different Types of Coughs by Lauren B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 9:51pm Whether you've got one yourself or are sharing an elevator with someone who has one, a cough is an unwelcome disturbance. But did you know that not all coughs are alike, and not all people who cough are contagious? Let's consider the different types of coughs, ways to remedy them, and how to identify whether a simple cough may be something mor ... Read on »
KENNEL COUGH AND YOUR DOG.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Mon 09 Nov 2009 10:02pm The last few weeks have been very interesting for veterinary medicine. First, we learned of two pet ferrets that had come down with swine flu, most likely contracted from their owners. Both of the ferrets died. Then, this week, a pet cat in Iowa was treated at Iowa State University veterinary hospital for swine flu. The cat has since recovered. A ... Read on »
5 Natural Home Remedies for a Cough by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 17 Jun 2011 2:44am Coughing is a vigorous attempt by your body to rid your upper respiratory tract of toxins, irritants such as allergens and harmful microorganisms such as viruses. A cough is a common symptom of colds and flu and it can also manifest as a result of allergies. Coughs can be extremely irritating and at times even painful. Over the counter medicati ... Read on »
There are cough syrups and there are cough syrups by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 18 Oct 2011 10:58am I have been down with a bad throat infection and congested nose along with fever for the last few days. As usual, I tried some home remedies but did not get better. I then started an antibiotic and a cough syrup. Two more days. No luck. One evening, my temperature touched 102 degrees Fahrenheit. I then decided it was time to see a doctor. I ... Read on »
"Love and Coughs Cannot be Well Hid" by Naturallysta Posted Thu 02 Feb 2012 11:34pm ...says George Herbert, a Welsh poet. Poets know what they're talking about, trust me. Ever had a child that coughed all night and couldn't sleep (*cough* let you sleep)? Those of you who have shared my agony will attest to the fact that it is really one of the most difficult situations to deal with. I've had plenty of experience with this one ... Read on »
Pantry Medicine: Onion Poultices, Syrups and Tinctures by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 18 Jan 2011 2:20pm by Kiva Rose Botanical Name: Allium cepa Botanical Family: Alliaceae Taste: Spicy, sweet, acrid, diffusive Energetics: Warm, dry Vital Actions: Diaphoretic, diuretic, rubefacient, expectorant, circulatory stimulant, smooth muscle relaxant Therapeutic Effects:  Antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, cough suppressant (not a true ... Read on »
Medicinal Uses of Licorice by Jan Posted Thu 05 Nov 2009 10:03pm Licorice tea in blue by Jan2517 on The most common medical use for licorice is treating upper respiratory ailments including coughs, hoarseness, sore throat, and bronchitis. When used as a cough suppressant it is as effective and safer than codeine. The high mucilage content of licorice rhizomes helps sooth irritated muc ... Read on »