winter cough


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winter cough

Etymology: AS, winter + cohhetan
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Usage notes: nontechnical.
a chronic condition characterized by a persistent cough occasioned by cold weather. See also cough.
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It was proposed that for clinical evaluation of one of the Unani compound formulations, Sharbat-e-Unsul Murakkab, described in classical books as Laooq-e-Unsul (Arzani 1880) for chronic bronchitis especially in winter cough, to compare the efficacy of the test drug with placebo and to provide a potent and safe drug for the treatment of chronic bronchitis.
winter coughs on the island of Kos or summer diarrheas on other islands.
On the downside, though, the audience provides an inadvertent orchestration that is distracting - a chorus of winter coughs broke into moody moments.
Most winter coughs are caused by self-limiting viral infections of the airways of the lungs and get better on their own, given time.
Experts caught up with homespun advice given out by generations of grandmothers to relieve winter coughs and sneezes.
Suffering from winter coughs and colds, Coventry Godiva lost their women's team title to last year's runners-up Royal Sutton Coldfield and were squeezed into third place by surprise silver medallists Kenilworth Runners.
Dr Sam Ramaiah, Walsall's director of public health, added: 'For most of the winter coughs and splutters, treating yourself with over-the-counter medicines is the right thing to do.
NOW is the time to think about building up your resistance to the common cold as well as winter coughs and minor infections.
Stephen Singleton, Northumberland, Tyne Wear strategic health authority medical director, said: "Lots of people describe the usual winter coughs and colds as flu, but the real thing is an extremely unpleasant illness.
What natural remedies you can take to beat winter coughs and colds.
Simon Hay, business development manager for the group in Birmingham, said: 'Pharmacists are highly trained healthcare professionals who can advise on a whole range of health related issues, from the typical winter coughs and colds up to serious conditions.