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Headache Location Determines Its Name

Headache Location Determines Its Name

Headache location can be on one side or both sides. They may be intermittent, episodic, or constant. Some are acute—they come and go rapidly. Others persists for days or weeks. When the exact headache location cannot be identified, it is called a generalized headache.
Where Is a Cluster Headache Location?
Cluster headaches are

How to Use a Neti Pot to Stop Runny Nose

How to Use a Neti Pot to Stop Runny Nose

Maybe you’ve seen one in an ad, or you have a friend who’s tried using one. If you haven’t tried one yourself or seen one in action first-hand, the neti pot may seem like an absurd, strange home remedy. But don’t let your skepticism hold you back from what may

Effective chronic sinusitis treatments

Q. I suffer from chronic sinusitis. What treatments would be most effective?

A. Chronic sinusitis is an inflammation of the paranasal sinuses that continues for more than three months. Symptoms include facial pain, nasal obstruction, nasal discharge, and decreased sense of smell. Other symptoms include nasal polyps, pus discharge, and evidence

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