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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 »
Home Remedies for cough and cold by Ayurvedic Physician- Dr. Maulik BV Posted Mon 25 Jan 2010 8:57pm There are many different home remedies for cough and cold around the world, and many passed down from generation to generation. These home remedies for cough and cold often being called the secret recipes from grandma for cough and cold. Some of the popular home remedies for cough and cold are honey, raisins and almond. [...] Read on »
Instant Home Remedies For Cough. by baldeepkaur0081 Posted Tue 03 Jan 2012 2:17am Boil milk with Ginger, Black pepper, Basil leaves, Cloves, Red Sugar candy or Jaggery. Strain it and drink it for few days to cure cough. Consume a mixture of basil leaves powder and honey several times a day to get relief from cough. Eat garlic at night to cure cough. Almond paste mixed with honey also helps to cure cough. ... Read on »
Coughing Related to Heart Disease by Keep Your Heart Healthy Facebook Posted Sat 23 Oct 2010 3:01pm So, what does a cough have to do with heart disease?  Directly, nothing.  But indirectly there may be something you are taking for heart disease that causes a cough.  People with heart disease are given a standard group of medicines to help reduce the chances of further heart problems.  Some people may be prescribed an ACE-inhibitor along with ... Read on »
June 20, 2009 Lung disorders-coughing-exercises-Pulmonary treatment by Roxlyn Facebook Posted Sat 20 Jun 2009 10:02pm Laugh for the day: photo of after effects of swine flu... Have a sassy Saturday--do what you want to do, go where you want to go, treat yourself to something special no matter how small. I am playing the part of a "slug" by not doing much of anything, but I did have an extra nice breakfast, thanks to my sweet husband. My cough is a little les ... Read on »
Fluke or Trend: ACE Inhibitors vs Alzheimer's Disease by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 01 Aug 2013 3:00am ACE inhibitors & ARBs are two major classes of blood pressure lowering medications, related to each other like cousins.  The former runs a slight risk of causing a dry ticklish cough.  Otherwise, one or the other are often used to protect one's kidneys & heart, in addition to lowering blood pressure.  Just under a year ago, another study wa ... Read on »
Antibiotics have 'little effect' on cough and phlegm by Dr. Fasil M. Posted Mon 19 Dec 2011 6:36am Coloured phlegm and a bad cough is not necessarily a good indicator for antibiotic treatment Taking antibiotics for a bad cough which produces green or yellow phlegm is of little benefit, says Cardiff University research. A study of over 3,000 adults from across Europe found that patients producing colou ... Read on »
Which Hypertension Medicine is Best? by Dr. Matthew M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 4:31pm The Washington Post (and others) reported recently on a study in the recent Annals of Internal Medicine that showed diuretics were just as good as preventing heart attacks or strokes in patients with metabolic syndrome (pre-diabetes condition) than other agents, and was better in preventing heart failure in this group. The authors considered this ... Read on »
Cough Causes and Symptoms and Home Remedies to deal with Cough by drstevebuchar Posted Tue 24 May 2011 11:18am Coughing is a natural self defense of our body against foreign materials and mucus that can accumulate in our lungs and throat. Coughing occurs when something blocks the air passage to and from our lungs. There are two basic classifications for coughs: the productive cough, wherein mucus is produced in the lungs, and the non productive cough ... Read on »
Are you in the donut hole? by Brian Wolstenholme Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Fri 19 Jun 2009 5:33pm From Geriatric Pharmacy Intern Vanessa C Sankows, PharmD(c) ... Read on »