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Words related to rhinorrhea

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

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Keeping a humidifier on in rooms or making the temperature warmer can help create the right conditions for avoiding a runny nose.
The result, among other things, is a runny nose and difficulty breathing.
The Runny Nose costs pounds 2 from Sainsbury's and rednoseday.
While it may not qualify as snot, the foul-smelling unilateral runny nose that usually accompanies a retained foreign body has provided me with numerous rewarding diagnostic and therapeutic successes.
One of Mark's patients from Middlesbrough, who asked not to be named, said: "Since having three sessions, my sniffles, runny nose, and watery eyes have almost gone.
Not covering your mouth while coughing is the biggest cold peeve followed by people who wander round with a runny nose.
Hay fever can make it difficult to breathe and causes a runny nose, sore, watery eyes and repeated sneezing attacks.
Flu symptoms include fever, congestion, sneezing, sore throat, runny nose and cough.
Sapporo Group conducted a clinical trial of 20 patients with hay fever symptoms and found that 60% them noted less sneezing and 55% noted less runny nose with significant improvements on their symptom-medication scores.
A thief with a runny nose made off with a mobile phone after a burglary in Birkby.
It starts with "not feeling so great" and escalates to a sore throat, stuffy head, runny nose, and an uneasy stomach.
While such an allergy may mean nothing more than a runny nose and itchy eyes, for some it can lead to asthma, a potentially life-threatening condition that kills about 4,200 people a year, according to the U.
Histamine is a chemical that is released during an allergic reaction, causing itching, sneezing, a runny nose, and nasal congestion.
The man complained of headaches and a runny nose that had lasted 2 to 3 weeks.