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www.health.govt.nz/your-health/conditions-and-treatments/diseases-and-illnesses/cough

Jul 18, 2018 ... The mucus may come from the back of your throat, nose or sinuses or ... Do not give honey to children under 12 months because of the risk of ...

www.boogiewipes.com/booger-facts

Your nose makes mucus to prevent dust and pollen from traveling to your lungs. Some mucus is swallowed (about a quart a day) and some stays nestled in your ...

www.zocdoc.com/answers/9900/does-yellow-mucous-mean-i-have-a-sinus-infection

Question. I don't have a stuffy nose or feel sick or anything, but for a few weeks when I blow my nose the mucous is yellow. Does that mean I have some sort of ...

www.mydr.com.au/respiratory-health/colds-commonsense-not-antibiotics

Green or yellow mucus may come from the nose which shows that the immune system is fighting the infection. It does not necessarily mean that your cold is ...

www.aafa.org/page/rhinitis-nasal-allergy-hayfever.aspx

The mucus may begin to flow from the front of the nose as well as the back. ... But, people with seasonal allergic rhinitis do not have to have a fever and do not ...

www.mottchildren.org/health-library/za1357

When you have COPD, air does not flow easily into and out of your lungs. You may be short of breath, cough a lot, and have a lot of mucus in your lungs.

www.merckmanuals.com/home/lung-and-airway-disorders/acute-bronchitis/acute-bronchitis

Symptoms of acute bronchitis usually last days to a few weeks. However, bronchitis that lasts up to 90 days is still usually classified as acute bronchitis.

www.self.com/story/the-real-reason-you-get-a-runny-nose-when-you-cry

Aug 17, 2016 ... In the nose, tears mix with the nasal mucus (aka snot). ... as well, and that's when the nose gets stuffy and we do a lot of sniffling," Voigt says. ... "I've had patients come in that have green or blue or black particle matter in their ...

www.menshealth.com/health/a19516881/get-rid-of-phlegm

Mar 11, 2016 ... So here's the big question: Do you spit or swallow your phlegm? ... Allergies trigger your mucus membranes to produce histamines, which ...