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  1. Upper respiratory infection - viral; Cold ... possible. Breast milk is known to protect against respiratory tract infections in children, even years after you stop breastfeeding. ...
  2. Adult Sinusitis (American Rhinologic Society)  
    ... other nasal and sinus conditions. For example, viral upper respiratory infections (the common cold) or nasal allergies can lead ... a viral infection , also known as a viral upper respiratory infection or the common cold. Some symptoms are commonly ...
  3. Bronchitis and Pneumonia (California Childcare Health Program) - PDF  
    ... in child care settings are often sick with upper respiratory infections. The rates of these infections are higher in ... time of the year. Some side effects of upper respiratory infections, such as colds or fl u, are bronchitis ...
  4. Get Smart: Know When Antibiotics Work - Sinus Infection (Sinusitis) (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... Acute viral sinusitis usually occurs after having an upper respiratory infection. Chronic sinusitis typically lasts more than 4 weeks ... contact with people who have colds or other upper respiratory infections Avoid smoking or exposure to second hand smoke ...
  5. Echinacea From the National Institutes of Health (National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine)  
    ... shown that echinacea may be beneficial in treating upper respiratory infections. NCCAM is continuing to support the study of echinacea for the treatment of upper respiratory infections. NCCAM is also studying echinacea for its potential ...
  6. Ear Infections in Children From the National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders)  
    ... child has a sore throat, cold, or other upper respiratory infection. If the upper respiratory infection is bacterial, these same bacteria may spread to ...
  7. What Causes Cough? From the National Institutes of Health (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute)  
    ... acute cough are a common cold or other upper respiratory infections. Examples of other upper respiratory infections include the flu, pneumonia , and whooping cough. An ...
  8. ... and chemicals Pneumonia Laryngitis often occurs with an upper respiratory infection . Several forms of laryngitis occur in children that ...
  9. About Your Voice (American Academy of Otolaryngology--Head and Neck Surgery)  
    ... In Your Voice? Voice changes sometimes follow an upper respiratory infection lasting up to two weeks. Typically the upper respiratory infection or cold causes swelling of the vocal cords ...
  10. ... related cough may be seasonal, may follow an upper respiratory infection, or may get worse with exposure to cold, ... chronic cough. These include: Respiratory tract infection — An upper respiratory infection such as a cold can cause a cough ...
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