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Health Tip: Treating Your Child's Cold

Posted 12 Jan 2016 by

-- Your child has a nasty cold, but you've been told the toddler is too young for an over-the-counter cold medicine. So what do you do? The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends: Blowing the nose is best. Avoid antihistamines unless it's suspected that allergies are the cause. Using a saline nasal wash also can help a stuffed up nose. For stubborn mucus, carefully remove with a wet cotton swab. Offering warm, clear fluids to a baby aged 3 months to one year for a cough (never honey at this age.) Offer honey for children 1 year and older. For coughing, have the child breathe in a steamy bathroom. Offer plenty of fluids to help thin secretions. You can also run a humidifier. Read more

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Try Home Remedies for Child's Cough or Cold

Posted 6 Jan 2016 by

TUESDAY, Jan. 5, 2016 – Instead of turning to over-the-counter cough and cold remedies, parents should consider treating their children with home remedies, says a leading group of U.S. pediatricians. Like all medications, even cold and could remedies available without a prescription can cause serious side effects in young children, the American Academy of Pediatrics cautions. Because of the risks, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2008 recommended that children younger than 4 years old never be treated with over-the-counter cough and cold medicines. Children between 4 and 6 years old should only take these remedies under the direction of their doctor, the academy said in a news release. But children older than 6 can safely take over-the-counter drugs if the dosage instructions on the package are followed correctly. There are safer, more convenient and less costly ways to provide ... Read more

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Health Tip: Struggling With Chronic Cough?

Posted 22 Dec 2015 by

-- Chronic cough occurs when you've been coughing steadily for eight weeks or longer. It's not always a sign of a serious health problem, but it can be annoying nonetheless. To help calm your chronic cough, the Mayo Clinic suggests: Avoiding exposure to allergens that are known to trigger your cough. Quitting smoking, which is a common cause of chronic bronchitis. Managing acid reflux, which can worsen cough. To help tame acid reflux, cut portion sizes, stay upright for several hours after eating, and sleep with the head of your bed elevated. Read more

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Health Tip: Before You Give Your Child Medicine

Posted 7 Dec 2015 by

-- Before you give your child any medication, make sure you ask your doctor the right questions. The American Academy of Pediatrics advises that you ask about: How the medicine will help your child, and where you can learn more about the medicine. How you should give your child the medicine. How long your child will need the medicine, how often you should give it, and how much to give. Any side effects of the medicine. What to do if your child spits out the medicine. Forms the medicine comes in, such as liquid or chewable tablets. Read more

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How to Have a Healthy Holiday Season

Posted 7 Dec 2015 by

SUNDAY, Dec. 6, 2015 – You're at increased risk for colds and the flu over the holidays, but a few simple measures will help lower your chances of getting sick, an expert says. "With all the hustle and bustle of the holidays, we come into contact with more germs, and even sugary treats, that can weaken the immune system," Stacey Gorski, an assistant professor of biology and an immunology specialist at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, said in a university news release. Your first line of defense is a flu shot. The flu causes an average of 30,000 deaths and more than 200,000 hospitalizations every year, Gorski said. You need to keep exercising over the holidays, because physical activity helps keep your immune system primed for action, she noted. Getting enough sleep also keeps your immune system strong, she said. It may be difficult, but you should limit holiday sweets ... Read more

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Health Tip: Who Gets Pneumonia?

Posted 3 Dec 2015 by

-- Anyone can get pneumonia, but your age and general health are risk factors for the dangerous infection. The National Heart Lung and Blood Institute says other risk factors include: Being a child under age 2. The immune systems of young children are still developing. Being an adult over age 65. Having asthma, bronchitis or COPD. Having cystic fibrosis. Having a weakened immune system. Having sickle cell anemia, diabetes or heart failure. Having trouble coughing, following a stroke. Being in a hospital's intensive care unit, especially if on a ventilator. Having had the flu recently. Smoking or alcohol abuse. Read more

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Pollution From Coal Burning Most Damaging to Health, Study Finds

Posted 2 Dec 2015 by

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 2, 2015 – Air pollution particles from the burning of coal are far more dangerous to your health than those from other sources, a new study indicates. Researchers analyzed data gathered from 450,000 people in 100 U.S. cities between 1982 and 2004. The team from NYU Langone Medical Center, in New York City, found that exposure to tiny particles in fossil fuel emissions are associated with an increased risk of heart disease. Fossil fuels include coal, crude oil and natural gas. The investigators found that – pound for pound – particles from coal burning contribute about five times more to the risk of death from heart disease than other air pollution particles of the same size – less than one ten-thousandth of an inch in diameter (known as PM 2.5). The findings were published online Dec. 2 in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives, just as world leaders gather in ... Read more

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Health Tip: Easing the Discomfort of Bronchitis

Posted 25 Nov 2015 by

-- Bronchitis is an inflammation of tissue that lines the bronchial tubes in the lungs. If you're stricken, there are things you can do to be more comfortable and help ease coughing. The Mayo Clinic suggests: Avoid things that irritate your lungs, including smoking. If you'll be around strong fumes or irritants, wear a mask to protect your lungs. Run a humidifier to help your cough and thin mucus. Keep the machine clean, following the manufacturer's instructions. If colder air bothers your cough, wear a face mask when you head outdoors. Read more

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'Green' Public Housing May Help Families Breathe Easier

Posted 20 Oct 2015 by

TUESDAY, Oct. 20, 2015 – Low-income families living in "green" public housing may have fewer problems with asthma and other respiratory conditions, a new study finds. Researchers found that children living in Boston's newer, greener public housing had fewer asthma attacks, hospital visits and missed school days, compared with their peers in standard public housing. Adults, meanwhile, were less likely to report symptoms consistent with a condition called "sick building syndrome" – which include dizziness, headaches, nausea and eye irritation. The research, reported in the American Journal of Public Health, did not find a cause-and-effect link that proves green housing improves people's respiratory health. But it makes sense that it would, said lead researcher Meryl Colton, who was at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston when the study was conducted. It's known that ... Read more

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Health Tip: Considering Cough Medicine?

Posted 20 Oct 2015 by

-- Cough medicine is a popular reach-for medication for people with a cold or the flu. But it may not be appropriate for every cough. The American Academy of Family Physicians says you probably shouldn't use cough medicine if your cough is caused by: Smoking. Emphysema. Chronic bronchitis or pneumonia. Asthma. Read more

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Health Tip: What's Behind That Cough?

Posted 30 Sep 2015 by

-- A cough is the body's reaction to an irritant in the airways. The U.S. National Heart Lung and Blood Institute mentions possible cough triggers: Allergens, such as dust, dander, pollen or mold. Irritants, such as cigarette smoke or substances with a strong fragrance, such as air fresheners or perfumes. A medical condition, such as the common cold, pneumonia or the flu. A long-term medical condition, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), lung cancer, heart failure or asthma. A side effect of medication, including beta blockers and ACE inhibitors. Read more

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Kids' ER Visits for Medicine Overdoses Dropping: Report

Posted 8 Sep 2015 by

TUESDAY, Sept. 8, 2015 – Fewer children are winding up in emergency rooms for accidental poisonings involving commonly used medications, a new U.S. government study finds. "We think these declines are real," said lead researcher Maribeth Lovegrove, of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's division of healthcare quality promotion. Between 2004 and 2013, approximately 640,000 children aged 5 and younger were seen in emergency rooms for ingesting drugs. Of these, 70 percent were 1- or 2-year-olds, and nearly one in five were hospitalized, according to the report. The number of pediatric emergency room visits rose during the early 2000s, peaking at approximately 76,000 in 2010, but declined to approximately 59,000 visits in 2013, Lovegrove said. While there has been a decline in emergency room visits, 59,000 visits a year for young children is still too many, Lovegrove ... Read more

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Experimental Drug for Blood Cancer Shows Promise

Posted 26 Aug 2015 by

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 26, 2015 – An experimental immune-boosting drug shows promise in fighting the blood cancer multiple myeloma, researchers report. Preliminary testing of the drug daratumumab included 72 multiple myeloma patients who had previously received other types of treatment. Their disease had relapsed and no longer responded to treatment. The patients received lower or higher doses of the drug for up to two years. Of the 42 patients who received a higher dose, 36 percent had at least partial remission, including two with complete remission, researchers report. In this group, the disease was held in check for a median of 5.6 months. The researchers also found that two-thirds of patients who benefited from the drug had no advance of their cancer for at least 12 months. Results of the combined phase 1 and 2 study strongly support testing the drug in a larger group of patients, the ... Read more

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That Lingering Cough Could Be Bronchitis

Posted 21 May 2015 by

THURSDAY, May 21, 2015 – If you have a cold that lasts a long time or a persistent cough, you could have bronchitis and should see a doctor, a doctor says. "We see a lot of cases of bronchitis at our immediate care centers," said Dr. Khalilah Babino, an assistant professor of family Medicine at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. Although most cases are caused by the common cold virus or influenza virus, bronchitis can lead to more serious conditions, such as pneumonia, which require medical treatment, she added. Symptoms of bronchitis – a serious disorder of the lower respiratory tract – include fever, chills, chest congestion and productive cough that lasts more than five days, Babino said. "The cough can last two to three weeks and could be an indicator of a more serious condition. If symptoms persist for more than seven to 10 days or symptoms start to get worse, ... Read more

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Vernalis and Tris Pharma Receive FDA Approval for Tuzistra XR (codeine polistirex and chlorpheniramine polistirex)

Posted 1 May 2015 by

May 1, 2015 – Vernalis plc and Tris Pharma Inc. today announce that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the New Drug Application (NDA) for Tuzistra XR (codeine polistirex and chlorpheniramine polistirex) extended-release oral suspension, CIII (DEA Schedule III). Tuzistra XR is an extended-release oral suspension combination of codeine, an opiate agonist antitussive, and chlorpheniramine, a histamine-1(H1) receptor antagonist, indicated for relief of cough and symptoms associated with upper respiratory allergies or a common cold in adults aged 18 years and older. It is indicated for oral use, with or without food, and is to be dosed every 12 hours. Tuzistra XR is the only codeine based extended-release oral suspension cough-cold treatment in a U.S. prescription cough cold market which sees 30-35 million prescriptions written each year and is estimated to be worth ... Read more

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phenylephrine, dextromethorphan / diphenhydramine / phenylephrine, codeine / pseudoephedrine, codeine / phenylephrine / pyrilamine, chlorpheniramine / dextromethorphan / pseudoephedrine, chlorpheniramine / dihydrocodeine / phenylephrine, chlorpheniramine / hydrocodone / phenylephrine, chlorpheniramine / hydrocodone / pseudoephedrine, chlophedianol / guaifenesin / phenylephrine, chlophedianol / chlorcyclizine / pseudoephedrine, Brovex HC, Duraflu, Histinex PV, Pediatex HC, Tussend, PanMist-DM, Mardrops-DX, Zotex Pediatric, Nortuss-DE, Zotex, Ambi 5 / 15 / 100, Levall 5.0, Pedia Relief Infant, Hydro-DP, Sina-12X, T-Tanna-DM, Maxiphen ADT, EndaCof-Plus, Hydex PD, Duotan DM, Respi-Tann, Albatussin Pediatric, Rindal HPD, Y-Cof DM, Maxi-Tuss HCX, Relacon-HC, Sinutuss DM, Ricotuss, Mardrops-EX, Nalex CR, Congestac, Lusonex, Miraphen PE, Histussin D, Detussin, chlophedianol / phenylephrine / pyrilamine, chlophedianol / chlorcyclizine, brompheniramine / chlophedianol / phenylephrine, chlophedianol / dexbrompheniramine / pseudoephedrine, dextromethorphan / phenylephrine / triprolidine, Rescon-GG, Guaphenyl LA, Gentex-LQ, Alacol DM, Levall, ED DM, Poly-Tussin DM, QC Cough / Cold, Tricodene SF, Gentex LA, Zotex-GP, Genelan NF, Zotex-DM, Uni-Hist PDX Drops, Allanhist PDX Drops, Pseudatex, Guaifenex PSE 80, Despec-SR, Guaifenex PSE 85, Poly-Vent, Jr, Levall G, Ambifed-G, Coldmist LA, Pseudo GG, Coldmist Jr, Sudal SR, Pseudo Max, Nomuc-PE, Maxifed-G, Endal, Quindal, SINUvent PE, Crantex, Crantex LA Capsules, Chemdal, Amidal, Ru-Tuss Jr, Pseudo GG TR, Sinupan, Deconsal Pediatric, Efasin, Panmist-S, We Mist II LA, Med-RX, Humibid GC, Nasabid SR, Panmist LA, Panmist JR, Uni Tussin PE, Sinutab Non Drying, Robafen PE, Degen II, Guaivent (Ethex), Altarussin PE, Sudafed Non Drying Sinus, H 9600 SR, Pseudovent Ped, Guiatex II SR, Guiadrine PSE, We Mist LA, Coldmist, Drituss GP, Miraphen PSE, Durasal II, Guaifenex GP, Dynex, Profen II, Profen Forte, Amitex LA, Entex ER, Dynex LA, Duraphen 1000, Sudex, Extendryl G, Maxiphen, Nariz, Reluri, Guaifen PE, Duomax, Norel EX, Aldex G, Nexphen PD, MontePhen, Xedec II, J-Max, Nazarin, Mucus Relief Sinus, D-Phen 1000, Visonex, Genexa LA, Medent-PE, Duratuss PE, Simuc-GP, Sitrex PD, Refenesen PE, Mydex, acetaminophen / chlorpheniramine / dextromethorphan / phenylephrine, Simuc, Phenavent PED, Tussbid, Nescon-PD, Prolex PD, Nasex, Guaifed PD, Guaifed Caps, Liquibid-PD, Duraphen II, Crantex ER, Liquibid-D 1200, Phenavent D, Crantex LA Tablets, Duratuss GP, Xpect-PE, Nasex-G, Guaiphen-D 600, Guaiphen-D 1200, Donatussin Drops, Xedec, Despec, Sitrex, Guaiphen-PD, Wellbid-D, Wellbid-D 1200, Venbid TR, Sinufed, Vicks 44M Pediatric, Rhinosyn-DM, Creomulsion Cough / Cold / Allergy, Creomulsion Pediatric, Kidcare Cough and Cold, Sildec-PE DM, Sildec-PE DM Drops, Neo DM Drops, CP Dec DM, Cardec DM Drops, Reme Tussin DM, Tussplex DM, Childrens NyQuil, Rescon-DM, Fenex-PSE, Anatuss LA, Syn-Rx, Respaire-60 SR, Nasabid, Guaimax-D, Atuss DS, C-Phed DM, Tanafed-DM, M-End DM, Atuss-12 DM, Dicel DM, HistadecDM, Dec-Chlorphen DM Drops, Liquituss R-DM, Tussar DM, Norel DM, De-Chlor DM, De-Chlor DR, Cerose DM, Sildec DM, Brom Tann, Histacol BD Drops, ProHist DM, P-Hist DM Drops, Resperal-DM Drops, Coldtuss-DR, Tri-Vent DPC, Ceron-DM Drops, Donatussin DM, Rondex-DM, Rondex-DM Drops, Dec-Chlorphen DM, Dex PC, P Chlor DM, Atuss DR, Corfen-DM, Uni-Tuss DM, Mintuss DR, G-Phed, Respaire-120 SR, Guaipax PSE, Guai Sudo, Iotex PSE, Ami-Tex PSE, Pseudo-G / PSI, Guiatex PSE, Hi Tex PSE, Guaifed-PSE, GP 500, Abletex-PSE, Guiadrine PSE 120, Guai-Vent / PSE, Zaptec PSE, Ru Tuss DE, Robichem PE, Q-Tussin PE, T-Tussin PE, Tusscidin PE, Tussin PE, Mytussin PE, Mastussin PE, Guaifenex RX, Guaitab, Biotuss PE, Guiatuss PE, Deco-D, Desal II, Pseudocot-G, Guaibid D Pediatric, Nasatab LA, Eudal SR, Sudal 60 / 500, Guaivent PD, Versacaps, Guaifed, Guaibid D, Nalex Jr, G-Phed- PD, Sinufed Timecelles, Tuss-LA, Stamoist E, Guiatex II, Iosal II, Guiadrine II SR, Defen-LA, Decongest II, Guiadrine II, Demibid II, V-Dec-M, Deconsal LA, D-Feda II, Guaifenex PSE 60, Atuss G