rhinorrhea

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rhinorrhea

[‚rin·ə′rē·ə]
(medicine)
A mucous discharge from the nose.
Escape of cerebrospinal fluid through the nose.
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Abrupt change in room temperature can result in runny nose, cold and bouts of sneezing," said Dr M.
To complete the mile, the Runny Nose will need to take 264,000 steps, taking Lloyd 36 hours and 40 minutes - plus wind-up time every 15 seconds.
Once a child has been labeled as sinusitis prone, I have a devil of a time convincing his parents that an antibiotic isn't the best choice every time he has a yucky-looking runny nose.
"If people are outside this evening and notice symptoms such as itchy or irritated eyes, runny nose, sore throat or dry cough, or if they notice a dusty haze in the air or can smell sulphur, rotten eggs, or a strong acidic smell, they may wish to limit their activities outdoors or return indoors.
OTC Zyrtec is approved to relieve indoor and outdoor allergy-related sneezing, runny nose, and watery eyes, as well as itching due to hives.
I fixed my cold a healthful meal and wiped his runny nose.
Just about all cats, at one point or another in their lives, will be bothered by fleeting bouts of runny nose and teary eyes.
Sapporo Group conducted a clinical trial of 20 patients with hay fever symptoms and found that 60% them noted less sneezing and 55% noted less runny nose with significant improvements on their symptom-medication scores.
It starts with "not feeling so great" and escalates to a sore throat, stuffy head, runny nose, and an uneasy stomach.
While such an allergy may mean nothing more than a runny nose and itchy eyes, for some it can lead to asthma, a potentially life-threatening condition that kills about 4,200 people a year, according to the U.S.
Histamine is a chemical that is released during an allergic reaction, causing itching, sneezing, a runny nose, and nasal congestion.