Health A-Z: Sinusitis

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Sinusitis: Inflammation and infection - Health A-Z

When your sinuses are clear, you breathe in and out easily, and you never think about all the mucus production and air-conditioning occurring inside your nasal cavity. Then one day, you notice you're congested, and… Read More
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Sinus headache - Health A-Z

The sinuses are air-filled spaces above, between, and beneath your eyes, flanking your nose. Both the nose and sinuses are lined with a thin membrane that swells and produces mucus in response to irritation. Normally, the mucus from the… Read More

Is it a cold or the flu? - Health A-Z

What are the symptoms? Colds and the flu cause many of the same symptoms, but there are distinctions. Symptoms of both colds and the flu are: runny or stuffy nose sinus congestion sneezing… Read More
Sinus Headache

Sinus Headache - Health A-Z

The sinuses are air-filled spaces above, between, and beneath your eyes, flanking your nose. Both the nose and sinuses are lined with a thin membrane that swells and produces mucus in response to irritation. Normally, the mucus… Read More

Chronic Sinusitis (in Adults) - Health A-Z

What Is It?Chronic sinusitis is a long-term inflammation of the sinuses. The sinuses are moist air spaces behind the bones of the upper face — between the eyes and behind the forehead, nose and cheeks. Normally, the sinuses drain… Read More
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Deviated Septum - Health A-Z

What Is It?The nasal septum is the wall between the left and right sides of the nose. It is firm, but bendable, and it is covered by skin that has a rich supply of blood vessels. Ideally, the nasal… Read More
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