RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Coughing (INACTIVE)

A collection of news and information related to Coughing (INACTIVE) published by this site and its partners.

Top Coughing (INACTIVE) Articles

Displaying items 111-121
  • Dance Moms finale recap: Drivin’ and Cryin’

     
    And here we are, the Dance Moms Season 2 finale. Everybody OK? Extra thermoses of Mommy Juice, just in case? Just remember, we still have each other. We’ll be all right. The mommies need time off, too, to see their therapists and shop for dresses...
  • Teens ruin cough medicine for the rest of us.

     
    From actual press release from U.S. Sen. Bob Casey's office. WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) today introduced bipartisan legislation to prevent the abuse of cough syrup to get high, a particularly worrisome trend among teens. The...
  • Tax-free toast to your health

    Tax-free toast to your health
    Do you hate more money? If you have access to a flexible spending account at work and don't use it, perhaps you're a more-money hater. FSAs allow individuals and families to save hundreds of dollars per year by reaping 25 percent to 40 percent discounts...
  • Whooping Cough Warning

    Whooping Cough Warning
    Whooping cough ain`t no fun, and it sure is nothing to sneeze . . . Or cough at.  Whooping cough, also known as pertussis has returned with a vengeance with the worse outbreak since 1959, when Eisenhower  was still president and a gallon of gas cost...
  • Health tips for freshmen

     Health tips for freshmen
    Attention, freshmen: You will likely pick up more than knowledge and new friends when you start college. There's a good chance you'll at least catch a cold from living in the tight quarters of a dormitory, physicians and students say. "The thing (about)...
  • Show the children how sentences work

    In school in eastern Kentucky in the early 1960s, I got the benefit of traditional teaching of grammar: These are the rules; follow them. Mathematics was taught the same way: These are the functions; do them this way. In neither case was the underlying...
  • 'Survivor' Recap: Gouge My Eyes Out

    'Survivor' Recap: Gouge My Eyes Out
       Abi is a humble one after Tribal Council. The group spared her to vote out the immunity threat, Carter. She thanks everyone for keeping her. Lisa still wants to keep beatable people around so she can win the million easier. Skupin points out to Abi...
  • 'Survivor' finale recap: A Million Dollar Question

     'Survivor' finale recap: A Million Dollar Question
    Okay, Denise won this season of Survivor. Am I disappointed that Lisa lost? Yes, however, Denise had a great underdog story. During the early part of the season I was spoiled of the final 3. Rumors said Skupin was going to win. After the first episode, it...
  • There's still time to get flu shot

    There's still time to get flu shot
    SOUTH BEND – Because this year's flu season began earlier than normal and is affecting people throughout the country, Dr. Thomas Felger, St. Joseph County health officer, encourages all residents who have not yet received their annual flu shot to do...
  • Briefly In Public Safety

    A Laguna Niguel man was tackled by a store employee for allegedly attempting to steal Robitussin, and later arrested for allegedly having stolen property on him from another store. Kyle Kamal Starner, 20, was arrested on suspicion of burglary and...
  • Local doctors seeing early flu cases

    Local doctors seeing early flu cases
    At Doctors Express in Roanoke, it has already started. "We had a couple cases of the flu about a month ago. And in the past week, actually just yesterday, we had 3-more cases," says Dr Serge Depret-Guillaume. The flu virus is alive and well, and this...