rhinorrhea

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persistent watery mucus discharge from the nose (as in the common cold)

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Cats with respiratory infections may sneeze and can often (but not always) have other symptoms, such as runny eyes or a runny nose. The sneezing could also be due to a different problem, such as having something in her nose, or something in her environment could be irritating her.
Runny nose in the AllerGuard Express group improved by 60% compared to placebo by the end of the 2-hour evaluation period.
Caption: Ignoring symptoms like congestion, sneezing, a runny nose, or thick nasal discharge can aggravate lung problem
Colds don't tend to involve frequent bouts of sneezing like hayfever does and, although runny noses are common in colds too, they tend to produce thicker mucus that leaves you feeling more stuffy.
Pollen is an allergen and while your body will immediately try to expel it from your system by releasing histamines, which cause the blood vessels in your nose to dilate and leak fluid, resulting in a runny nose and sneezing, often the mucus produced will drip down the back of your throat prompting you to cough.
Delhiites are battling a host of respiratory disorders, bouts of sneezing and coughing and runny nose triggered by dust in the air, dust storms and temperature differences between the hot and humid outdoors and air- conditioned homes and offices.
Lloyd is aiming to crawl a mile winding up the Runny Nose toy for Red Nose Day.
I try to appear to be listening patiently as parents struggle to choose just the right shade and consistency to describe their child's runny nose. I always end up blurting out, "You know, color doesn't really tell me much; let me hear some more about his other symptoms." I have struggled mightily to get day care providers to expunge the words "colored nasal mucus" from their lists of exclusionary conditions.
I try to appear to be listening patiently as parents struggle to choose just the right shade and consistency to describe their child's runny nose. I always end up blurting out, "'You know, color doesn't really tell me much; let me hear some more about his other symptoms."
Everyone knows about the gold standards--baby wipes, floor cleaning wipes, disinfectant wipes--but did you know there is a wipe out there to grease a frying pan before cooking your morning omelette or a wipe specifically for cleaning off your children's toys or relieving a runny nose? These are just a few of the examples of the many new wipes products discovered by associate editor Sandra Levy for her article, The Explosion in Niche Wipes (page 12).
Taken once or twice daily, over-the-counter (OTC) products that contain the active ingredient loratadine (Claritin) or cetirizine (Zyrtec) help treat runny nose, sneezing, and itchy and watery eyes.
It advised people with conditions including asthma and chronic bronchitis to carry inhalers and medication with them and those who noticed symptoms, including itchy or irritated eyes, runny nose, sore throat or dry cough, should either return to their homes or "limit their activities outdoors".
Headteacher Peter Kirk has sent out guidelines to parents of children returning to school advising them to keep their children at home if they have raised temperatures or display certain symptoms including a cough, sore throat, runny nose, sneezing, headache or aching joints..
Q I AM pregnant and have had a runny nose for six weeks.
The first symptoms are fever, cough, runny nose, and red, runny eyes.