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ConditionsConditionsColds and flu

Showing 1 to 10 of 20 entries

FEATURE Colds and cough

December 2013 (Vol. 24 Issue 9) /

Most cold and cough medicines are useless and may do more harm than good, particularly in kids

FEATURE The common cold

June 2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

This greatest bugbear of an upper respiratory tractinfection is usually caused by bacteria or viruses, or even occasionally,allergic reactions

FEATURE Beating mrsa the aromatic way.

June 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 3) /

Unlike antibiotics, which wreak a random path of destruction, essential oils have the advantage of effectively killing pathogens without adversely affecting the surrounding tissues

FEATURE Bee healthy

January 2004 (Vol. 14 Issue 10)

Propolis - that gummy substance collected by bees from leaf buds and tree bark - may be helpful in preventing and shortening the duration of the common cold in both children (Rom J Virol, 1995; 46: 115-33) and adults (Otolaryngol Pol, 1989; 43: 180-4)

FEATURE Staying healthy in the 'fifth' season

January 2004 (Vol. 14 Issue 10) /

Most of us believe there are only four seasons, but there is a fifth one that runs from November to February - the colds/flu season

FEATURE A shot up the nose

January 2004 (Vol. 14 Issue 10)

No rolling up your sleeve for a painful shot in the arm

FEATURE Is new drug an ace in the hole?

June 2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 3) /

I take a prescription drug, an angiotensin receptor antagonist, called Aprovel (irbesartan) following a myocardial infarction seven years ago

FEATURE I lost my sight after flu jab

May 2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 2)

On the 7th October 2002, I had a flu jab at the local nursery

FEATURE Wddty: the grim reader

February 2002 (Vol. 12 Issue 11)

Thanks as ever for a gripping WDDTY November issue (vol 12 no 8)

FEATURE Fighting winter lethargy

December 2001 (Vol. 12 Issue 9) /

Sitting at home by the fire in the dead of winter is a comfortable pastime, but it may also be one reason why we get sicker at this time of year

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