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Drixine Nasal Spray: The Faster Way to Relieve Clogged Nose by pehpot Posted Sun 09 Jan 2011 7:45pm I was not feeling well last week.. A not so good case of colds and runny nose. I have to finish my online job and it was almost midnight when I set for bed. I woke around 1 Am feeling really bad. Clogged nose... argh!! I spent an hour toss and turning.. and then I remembered the package sent to me: Drixine Nasal Spray: The Faster Way to Relieve C ... Read on »
Kid’s Xlear Nasal Spray with Xylitol: An All-Natural Treatment for Nasal-Related Problems in Children by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 05 Jul 2010 11:34am Even though we’re most likely through the worst of the allergy season, which tends to peak in April and May, many of us still suffer through the summer months. When we went to Alaska recently, my husband’s allergies really flared up, probably because he was being exposed to a lot of plants and flowers in the environment that we don’t have in our ... Read on »
Kid's Xlear Nasal Spray Helps Keep Kids Healthy by Cascia T. Posted Tue 30 Mar 2010 12:12pm Kids run around and play outside more during the spring and summer and can breathe in bacteria, allergens and other toxins. This exposure can lead to respiratory problems such as asthma and allergies. My four-year-old daughter loves to play outside, especially during the warm spring and summer months. But, we have to be careful with her be ... Read on »
Health Tip: Is the Nasal Spray Flu Vaccine for You? by HealthFinder Posted Thu 10 Nov 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink Some shouldn't get it (HealthDay News) -- The annual seasonal flu vaccine is available as a ... Read on »
Nasal Spray Drug Sprix Gets FDA Approval – Inhale and Sniff For Pain Relief by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 May 2010 12:47pm We are starting to see more drug delivery systems moving to an “inhaled” version and here’s one more example.  The drug is non-narcotic and should be free of the normal side effects normally associated with that drug group.  In addition we are seeing new devices that contain drugs and some are wireless and can send data base to show compliance ... Read on »
Insulin Nasal Spray Could Delay Cognitive Function Decline by Anthony Cirillo Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 28 Oct 2011 9:00am Studies have shown that insulin levels are lower in the central nervous systems of Alzheimer's patients. A new study suggests that restoring insulin levels through the use of insulin nasal spray could delay the decline of cognitive function in those with Alzheimer's and mild cognitive impairment. Investigators from the Unive ... Read on »
Hot Pepper (Capsaisin-Based) Nasal Spray Relieves Allergic Rhinitis by Cindy M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 02 Feb 2009 11:42pm According to a recent study, an all natural, botanical nasal spray provides relief to folks with allergic rhinitis, all without a prescription for traditional steroid sprays. The wonder ingredient? Capsaicin, which comes from hot peppers and creates none of the addiction problems that steroid formulations create. This is good news for the ... Read on »
Ocean Premium Saline Nasal Spray - Review/Giveaway by kimmie1980ca Posted Wed 05 Jan 2011 12:00am I have to start off with thanking Julie for giving me the opportunity to try Ocean Premium Saline Nasal Spray , as I was just getting over a cold. As most of you already know I was sick during the holiday season, and this product helped me get through it much quicker. For more than 30 years, OCEAN® Saline Nasal Spray has been the non-m ... Read on »
Nasal Spray Vaccine by L.S.Fisher Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Mar 2011 10:35am Those of us who have been following Alzheimer’s research have learned to listen to any news with optimistic caution. The latest research at Tel Aviv University shows promise for a nasal spray that will work on stroke as well as Alzheimer’s. Is this a case of everything old is new again? When Jim first developed dementia, I read every piece of ... Read on »
FDA Approval of Astepro 0.15% Nasal Spray by Neil Kao Medical Doctor Posted Sun 20 Sep 2009 10:36pm I was just told about the 9/2/09 approval of Astepro 0.15% nasal spray for the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis and perennial allergic rhinitis. Currently Astepro 0.30% nasal spray is already approved. Technically the 0.15% can be dosed once daily versus the 0.30% dosed twice daily. These seem to me to be the only differences. Honestly, ... Read on »