Cough

Whooping Cough: Hallmark Symptoms, Treatments and When Is It Dangerous
This article will discuss the respiratory illness whooping cough that can occur in children, adolescents, and adults. Symptoms include fatigue and malaise, a low-grade fever, excessive tearing, red eyes, severe coughing, a “whooping” sound on inspiration, and vomiting after coughing.

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GERD
Acid reflux disease, also known as GERD, causes a burning pain or heartburn in the chest area. Acid reflux occurs because stomach acid flows up the esophagus.

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What Causes a Dry Cough & How to Find Relief
A persistent dry cough can be caused from a upper respiratory infection or bronchitis. Other common causes for a dry throat cough include asthma, smoking, or viral throat infection. Viral pneumonia and COPD are less common causes of dry cough. Read below for more information on causes and how to treat dry cough.

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9 Reasons You're Coughing Up Blood & When to Call a Doctor
Coughing up blood may seem like an emergency. While coughing blood can be a sign of serious illness, there are also many common conditions that cause blood in your saliva that can be readily treated. Determining the severity will depend on associated symptoms, if any. Read more below to learn 9 possible conditions that are causing blood in your cough, treatment options, and more.

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What Causes Brown, Black, or Colored Mucus With Your Cough
Coughing up black or brown mucus can occur when from environmental conditions like pollution or smoking. Other causes of brown phlegm include small amounts of blood located in the throat or further down in the airway. Read below for more information on causes and how to treat coughing up brown or black mucus.

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9 Causes for Your Cough
Your cough can be caused by viruses, bacterial infections, COVID-19, allergies, and a number of other conditions. Learn what your cough symptoms mean, how to get the right diagnosis, and what treatments actually help.

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