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... other sources of mildew. ? Use antihistamine and decongestants as necessary and as tolerated. ? Sleep with a brick or two placed under bedposts at the head of the bed to help relieve nasal congestion. ? Observe general good health practices; exercise daily, stop smoking, avoid air pollutants, eat a balanced di...

UK to Pull Pseudoephedrine

...e proposed restrictions, which would see the nasal decongestants converted to prescription-only and a reduction in pack size by the end of 2007. The move comes in response to the growing illicit use of OTC ephedrine- and pseudoephedrine-based drugs for the production of the Class A controlled drug, methylampheta...

Zaditor? - over-the-counter drug for itchy eyes

...e-effects associated with long-term use of topical decongestants found in other OTC eye itch drops." Triple Mechanism of Action Zaditor is the only OTC eye itch drop with a triple-action formula to provide fast, durable efficacy at the source. It includes a: · Potent antihistamine that rapidly relieves itchy eye...

Allergy Drugs More Harmful Than Helpful for Chronic Ear Inflammation

...lving 1,516 children that compared antihistamines, decongestants or the combination to a placebo for otitis media w... were consistently negative. Children who received decongestants alone or in combination with antihistamines were no more likely to be cured within one month than ch...

Chronic Sinusitis Resulting From Weakene Immune System

...y did so after standard therapy using antibiotics, decongestants and steroids had failed to stop their symptoms and keep their infections from coming back. Indeed, 20 participants in the study had developed nasal polyps, which have no known cause and are especially hard to treat, researchers say. They note that po...

Immune Response Linked to “Ghost” Parasites and Severely Congested Sinuss

...y did so after standard therapy using antibiotics, decongestants and steroids had failed to stop their symptoms and keep their sinus inflammation from coming back. They also had nasal polyps, or tissue outgrowths resulting from the inflammation, which, Lane says, are particularly hard to treat. In the surgery, a...

Many Nonprescription Cough Medicines Proves Ineffective

...ause side effects, and you can become dependent on decongestants in the form of nose drops. Antihistamines help regardless of whether a cold or allergies is responsible for the cough. So what should you take? The new guidelines advice leaving the cough and cold medicine section and buying an allergy medicine i...

A Unique Technique To Visualize How The heart functions Developed

...used drugs, including the antibiotic erythromycin, decongestants that containing epinephrine and anti-depressants, can block potassium channels, any woman in her 30s and 40s can be at risk for drug-induced ventricular arrhythmias, and potentially, sudden cardiac deathDr. Salama explains that they're beginning to s...

Queensland Bans OTC Sales Of Cold And Flu Drugs

...nd law enforcement agencies." Under the rule nasal decongestants and cold and flu medications would be under scrutiny because other medications used for cold and flu do not contain pseudoephedrine. Robertson admitted that genuine patients would feel hassled by this new rule, but said it was needed to ensure that i...

FDA debates status of decongestant drugs

...at an ingredient commonly used in over-the-counter decongestants is unsafe, and it plans to recommend further revie...The problem is that the active ingredients in many decongestants can't target the blood vessels in the nose. Instead, they constrict blood vessels throughout your bo...

Risk Of Decongestants In Hypertensive Patients

...or compared to the risk of taking over-the-counter decongestants if you have high blood pressure. Though they are g... safe, many popular cold and flu medicines contain decongestants such as pseudoephedrine and phenylephrine, which doctors say may aggravate blood pressure problems./...

Drug Combinations May Boost Stroke Risk

...lude certain antidepressants, anti-migraine drugs, decongestants and diet pills. Ischemic strokes occur when a blockage or extreme narrowing of an artery cuts off part of the brain's blood supply. The reports' authors speculate that too many serotonin drugs could cause restricted blood flow to the brain. Antidepr...

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