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  • How to calm the storm: Simple ways to calm and stop coughing
    How to calm the storm: Simple ways to calm and stop coughing
    Coughing is a reflex mechanism our bodies use to expel air from the lungs in a forced manner. This symptom helps remove foreign particles, congestion and irritants from the lungs and the throat. This natural response from our bodies clears the...
  • Sudafed Replay gives sinus sufferers a chance for re-do fun without pain
    Sudafed Replay gives sinus sufferers a chance for re-do fun without pain
    People are anxiously awaiting the warmth and sunshine that comes with spring. As lovely as the spring season is it is also a time when a chilly rain will cause colds and the seasonal allergies hit. With colds and allergies sufferers can get side...
  • San Francisco leaders ignore deadly problems of traffic congestion
    San Francisco leaders ignore deadly problems of traffic congestion
    The San Francisco County Transportation Authority has been waylaid in their efforts to fight traffic congestion in downtown San Francisco by a Mayor and Board of Supervisors unwilling to prioritize public health over economic development. Nothing...
  • Do you have the cold or the flu
    Do You Have a Cold or the Flu?
    Many colds have been blamed on the flu. They are both upper respiratory illnesses that cause runny nose and congestion and they both make you feel miserable. There are some differences between the cold and the flu.The most distinguishing symptom...
  • DC traffic
    Capital congestion: how DC aims to solve traffic problems
    DC commuters are unconvinced that congestion pricing will reduce traffic in the metropolitan Washington area and raise revenues to fund transportation projects. As an alternative, they favor other options to driving — commuter rail, rapid...
  • Sinus congestion during pregnancy
    Sinus congestion during pregnancy
    Sinus congestion during pregnancy is extremely common. Nearly 1/3 of all pregnancies are affected by sinus congestion without any link to nasal allergies or other infections.Higher amounts of estrogen during pregnancy can contribute to swelling in...
  • Twin Tunnels
    What’s up with I-70? Something to look out for this ski season
    Interstate 70 has everyone tied up in knots. It’s not only an enigma wrapped up in a riddle, but a quagmire that only gets worst with each passing year. So what to do?First things first is the project the Colorado Department of...
  • How to reduce allergy symptoms
    How to reduce allergy symptoms
    Definition of allergy -When the body is very sensitive to something (an allergen) that is taken by mouth, breathed into the lungs, or absorbed by the skin.Type of allergic reactions; some of the things that may cause an allergic reaction in the...
  • 26th Street exit past Marquette Interchange
    Free 25th Street exit: reconfiguring lanes for I-43 S to I-94 W is common sense
    The lanes of the Marquette interchange connecting I-43, I-94 and I-794 were laid out in a manner that cultivates traffic jams and accident potential. One of the worst, and perhaps easiest to fix, without major construction, are the southbound I-43...
  • Sunset Limited pulls into Palm Springs
    Only in Los Angeles Transportation Facts
    Economic factors are increasingly being used as an excuse to gut funding for much needed rail transportation in the LA area. I was researching some advertising data for a client when I came across some interesting demographics and traffic facts...
  • Tea Tree Oil
    Using Essential Oils for Common Baby Ailments – Part II (Tea Tree Oil)
    See Also Part I – The Fundamentals Tea Tree Oil is extracted from the leaves and twigs of the Melaleuca tree in New South Wales, Australia. The tree has needle-like leaves and heads of sessile yellow or purplish flowers and grows to about 20...
  • Traffic
    Study: Raleigh has fifth longest commuting times in the nation
    Raleigh area residents have the fifth longest commute in the nation, according to a new study of the nation’s 51 largest metropolitan areas.The study, which was entitled “Driven Apart” and was funded by the Rockefeller Foundation...
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    Car Reviews: Nissan Cube may be too cute for its own good
    You’ve probably never heard of a car referred to as a “mobile device,” but that’s what Nissan marketers say best describes their Cube mini-crossover SUV.(For the record, Nissan spells it “cube.” I can’t. I...
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    Toddler 101: How to identify and treat springtime allergies
    Seasonal allergies often begin at age 2. by Darby Herrington Between the ages of 2 and 5, some children begin to show signs of seasonal allergies. Springtime allergies, also known as hay fever, are caused by a sensitivity to pollen and other...