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Essential Tip of the Week: Sinus Infection/Post Nasal Drip by Jennifer Nordin Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 16 Jun 2009 12:26am 1 Comment I wish I would have known about using essential oils for sinus congestion when I was growing up. I had chronic post nasal drip that was so very irritating! Eventually I learned that stress was a huge contributor to this problem. Now I understand that it was my body's attempt to "swallow the tears" when I was in an emotional or stressful situ ... Read on »
Bad Breath halitosis Cure Post Nasal Drip Cure by aroma Posted Mon 19 Apr 2010 2:33am I had fecal breath odor for YEARS. Talked to many doctors who I am sure thought that I was crazy....I finally had a friend who suffers too, send me a eBook he bought 5 or 6 months ago he ask me how his breath smelt and I didn't smell a thing. He said the eBook amongst much else had him stop eating dairy food/ soft drinks and coffee/tea. So I’m like ... Read on »
S's painful nose by Robin Patient Expert Posted Sat 16 Oct 2010 12:00am Since I met S he's been complaining about his deviated septum causing problems during sleep. When he was a child his nose was broken and now the septum moves and blocks off his sinuses causing him to snore and not get a good night's rest. One day I mentioned to him that he could go to his family doctor and get a referral to an Ear, Nose and Thro ... Read on »
What You Can Do About Your Stuffy Nose by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 25 Mar 2010 6:13pm Although many people assume that big nosed people naturally breathe better, there's nothing further from the truth.  The shape and size of your nose is mostly cosmetic. How well you breathe actually depends on what your internal breathing passageways look like. And for many sleep apnea sufferers, a stuffy nose can make or break their treatmen ... Read on »
progress report: 3 months post-op by Joan H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 22 Jan 2006 12:00am Neck dissection scar at 3 months post-op Compare to 3-week photo Overall, I'm doing very well. The scar is not healing uniformly, and it is somewhat annoying (if predictable) that the part that is least visible (around the right side of my neck, usually covered by my hair) is healing best, and the part that is most visibl ... Read on »
Are You At Risk For Bad Breath by Shilah C. Azib Posted Wed 03 Mar 2010 10:08am Many of us walk around not knowing we have bad breath or that we are at risk for bad breath. If we knew we might change some of the things we are doing in order to avoid the embarrassment of being told we have bad breath. Would you like to know what things might put you at risk for having bad breath? Bad breath can occur when yo ... Read on »
A long week's worth of posts by Francine R. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Aug 2012 8:38pm Monday August 13 Yes they did! I found my credit card! Once we left the campervan parking lot, we drove back to the Jewish Center. The Kosher Co-op was locked (doesn’t open again until Wednesday), but I went in to the Holocaust Memorial to inquire, and sure enough, they had it in the office! That was the highlight of the day. It was a ro ... Read on »
When Your Cold Is Not A Cold by Dr. Steven P. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:54pm It’s cold and flu season again, and for many of you, drinking lots of liquids, getting enough sleep and eating chicken soup will be enough to bring you back to health. But for some others, you’ll have persistent or lingering problems that may make you wonder, could it be something else? Whether it’s a chronic cough, a lump in your throat, ... Read on »
Guest Post: Karen from Before-And-After by Foodie McBody Posted Fri 30 Jul 2010 9:37pm Welcome to Karen, one of my first friends in the blogosphere. I’ve been so moved by her thought-and-feeling provoking blog , and happy she is here. ———— I am so honored to be guest posting for Foodie while she’s away. For me, she is a role model extraordinaire and I admire her on so many different levels. I am here to talk ab ... Read on »
I'm OBSESSED! by Carol Yeh-Garner Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 24 Jan 2014 1:40pm So...I haven't posted anything on my blog in quite a while because....I'm obsessed....seriously, day & night--OBSESSED! What am I obsessed with? OILS people...yep! Essential oils!  What?!? I know, I know...sounds completely crazy, but I've gone a little crazy, I guess! My first introduction into essential oils (EOs) was a few year ... Read on »