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Nasal Problems

Nasonex for Allergy Treatment Will Soon be Available Without a Prescription

Merck, the company that manufactures Nasonex, has entered into an agreement with Perrigo Company to make the nasal spray available over-the-counter. See this article to read the facts before speaking with your doctor to discover if Nasonex OTC may be the right allergy treatment for you.

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Winter Allergies: Why Year-Round Treatment Is Crucial

Many people mistake year-round allergies for the common cold. Are you one of them? First, only colds give you an achy body. Read 2 more revealing symptoms.

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What Are Keloids and Do They Have to Be Removed?

Suppose you decided to get your nose pierced. You go to a reputable place, get the piercing, and follow all of the self-care instructions. One month later, you notice a large bump in the piercing area. This can be an indication of a keloid, which is one of the most common complications associated with body piercings. There are a number of factors to consider when choosing types of keloid treatment. Learn how to treat keloids in this article.

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Can The Flu Permanently Damage Your Sense of Smell?

The flu can damage your sense of smell. Fortunately, this is usually not permanent, though it may take it a while to return. The medical term for a complete loss of smell is anosmia, while a partial loss of smell is called hyposmia. Continue reading to learn the causes of a lost sense of smell and solutions for regaining it.

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A Hole in Your Nose? We Answer Questions About Septal Perforation

If you’ve experienced consistent whistling every time you breathe through your nose, you may have a perforated septum. This occurs when a trauma, accident or injury creates a hole in the bone separating your nose into two sides.

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