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Wednesday, Jul. 19th 2017 6:08 AM

Humidifier

Humidifier adds moisture in the air which can thin the mucus in the nose. This makes draining easier. A cool mist may also reduce inflammation of the mucous membranes inside the nose.

It is important to keep a humidifier clean to prevent bacteria growing. People should always follow the manufacturer’s cleaning recommendations.

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Monday, Jul. 17th 2017 7:01 AM

Decongestants

A decongestants may also be an option to decrease nasal congestion. Decongestants work by causing the small blood vessels in the nose to narrow. The narrowing decreases swelling of the lining of the nose and reduces stuffiness.  However, anyone with high blood pressure should ask their doctor first if it is safe to take decongestants.

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Looking for Dental Insurance

Saturday, Jul. 15th 2017 7:37 AM

Question: I need to get dental insurance for my self and my 10 year old son. My question is when getting a dental insurance quote would I be looking at the family rates ? Since it is for my son and I. Or would I be able to get the couple prices since there is only the two of us. Not sure if couple mean that you need to be husband and wife.

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Thursday, Jul. 13th 2017 6:35 AM

Allergy Medicine

In some cases, a stuffy nose is due to an allergic reaction. Allergy medications may contain an antihistamine that blocks that reaction. Users should be sure to fully read the directions on the package and be aware of side effects. Some allergy medications can cause drowsiness, so driving should be avoided.

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Tuesday, Jul. 11th 2017 6:27 AM

Eucalyptus Oil

Eucalyptus has been used for hundreds of years for its healing properties. Inhaling the oil can decrease inflammation of the nasal lining and make breathing easier. People can place a few drops of the oil in a pot of boiling water and inhale the steam.

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Toothache Pain No Dental Insurance

Sunday, Jul. 9th 2017 6:08 AM

Question: I have a really bad toothache pain in one of my back molars. I have been babying it for some time but I can not take the pain any more. I do not have and current dental insurance and I looking for a plan that will starts like right away, so that I can see the dentist about this terrible pain.

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Friday, Jul. 7th 2017 6:02 AM

Flushing Out Your Sinuses

There are different devices on the market, such as a neti pot, which can be used to flush the sinuses. Neti pots have been used for hundreds of years to clear the nasal passages of mucus.

People can also use a saline solution to flush the mucus out of each nostril. Distilled or previously boiled water that has cooled should be used to avoid bacteria from tap water entering the nose.

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Wednesday, Jul. 5th 2017 6:59 AM

Applying a Warm Compress

By applying a warm compress it helps to decrease sinus congestion and that stuffy feeling in the nose and face.  Just wet a washcloth with very warm water and apply it to the face. Just make sure the water is not so hot that it burns the skin.

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Dental Insurance and Claims

Monday, Jul. 3rd 2017 5:30 AM

Question: I have a really good dental insurance plan though work. However when I go to the dentist they bill me almost as much as my dental insurance company is paying. I never get any of my money back either. Some people tell me that the dental office I am going to seems to be dishonest were other people say this is very typical and that dental work is very expensive. How would I know if the dental office is ripping me off or not. Should I just go to a different dental office?

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Saturday, Jul. 1st 2017 12:19 PM

Try a Saline Spray

A saline spray may help you to decrease tissue inflammation in the nose and reduce stuffiness.  In addition saline-only sprays do not contain medication, so they are usually safe to use during pregnancy. Saline sprays are available over the counter at most local drug stores

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Thursday, Jun. 29th 2017 8:00 AM

Taking a Shower

By taking a hot shower you can help decrease nasal congestion. The steam from the shower may help mucus drain from the nose and improve breathing.  Although the benefits of the steam may not last, it will at least provide temporary relief.

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Understanding Your Dental Insurance Coverages.

Tuesday, Jun. 27th 2017 6:11 AM

In a prior post we had someone stated that they have a $2000.00 maximum limitation but had dental care cost of $2200.00. They paid the dental office $200.00 thinking that should be the only cost for them to pay. Yet was surprised that they received a bill for an additional $400.00. Now there are a few ways this can happen but here are a few listed that could be the likely reason.

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Share of Cost, Understanding mind-wandering could shed light on mental illness

Sunday, Jun. 25th 2017 6:00 AM

If you think the mind grinds to a halt when you’re doing nothing, think again.

A University of British Columbia-led review of mind-wandering research, published in the November issue of Nature Reviews Neuroscience, proposes a new framework for understanding how thoughts flow, even at rest.

The authors argue that their new framework could help better understand the stream of consciousness of patients diagnosed with mental illnesses like depression, anxiety and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

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Share of Cost, Congress, CMS: Slow down cuts to home oxygen

Friday, Jun. 23rd 2017 3:02 AM

It is rare to get agreement – even when everyone is interested in the same thing – particularly when it comes to healthcare policies in Washington.  It’s remarkable then, that the entire U.S. home respiratory therapy community has come together.

Something as fundamental as life-sustaining oxygen should never be in jeopardy. Yet, more than a million Medicare beneficiaries who depend on home oxygen and sleep therapies could find themselves on the losing end of a short-sighted new Congressional policy aimed at cutting costs.

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Share of Cost, Oral Cancer

Wednesday, Jun. 21st 2017 6:13 AM

Statistics reveal that one person dies every hour from oral cancer, and that number is increasing. However did you know that your dentist can help identify oral cancer early so treatment can begin fast to improve the prognosis. In addition people that have dental insurance are more likely to visit their dentist regularly. Make sure to see your dentist at least twice a year and to save money on your dental care needs make sure to have a good dental insurance plan.

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Share of Cost, Various Treatment Options For Gingivitis

Monday, Jun. 19th 2017 6:12 AM

Treatment involves professional teeth cleaning and intensified home dental hygiene. Gingivitis can be reversed if you remove bacteria from your teeth every day. Treatment methods depend upon the type of disease and how far the condition has progressed. Treatment is by improved cleaning, with more-frequent and longer brushing and flossing, and/or the use of electronic tooth-cleaning equipment.

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