Rhinitis News and Research

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Rhinitis, commonly known as a runny nose, is the medical term describing irritation and inflammation of some internal areas of the nose. The primary symptom of rhinitis is nasal dripping. It is caused by chronic or acute inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose due to viruses, bacteria or irritants.
Antibiotics should not be prescribed to patients with the common cold

Antibiotics should not be prescribed to patients with the common cold

Asthma patients' immune systems respond differently with allergies

Asthma patients' immune systems respond differently with allergies

Specific test key to determine whether or not allergy symptoms are really allergy-related

Specific test key to determine whether or not allergy symptoms are really allergy-related

Intervention with once-daily budesonide reduces long-term risk and frequency of severe asthma-related events

Intervention with once-daily budesonide reduces long-term risk and frequency of severe asthma-related events

First new guidelines in more than a decade for managing asthma during pregnancy

First new guidelines in more than a decade for managing asthma during pregnancy

Antibiotics are still being overused for treating common colds in New Zealand

Antibiotics are still being overused for treating common colds in New Zealand

Dust collected from the homes of children with persistent allergic symptoms had higher levels of common chemical additives

Dust collected from the homes of children with persistent allergic symptoms had higher levels of common chemical additives

A misconception that eating wasabi decongests the nose

A misconception that eating wasabi decongests the nose

Patients with asthma have a higher incidence of nasal polyposis, nasal congestion, and olfactory disturbances

Patients with asthma have a higher incidence of nasal polyposis, nasal congestion, and olfactory disturbances

A new lipid-based nasal ointment effective at reducing symptoms of allergic rhinitis

A new lipid-based nasal ointment effective at reducing symptoms of allergic rhinitis

FDA approves revised labeling for anti-inflammatory corticosteroid nasal spray

FDA approves revised labeling for anti-inflammatory corticosteroid nasal spray

Nasal cream effective in reducing the symptoms of allergic rhinitis

Nasal cream effective in reducing the symptoms of allergic rhinitis

Softening agents in their home linked to asthma and allergies

Softening agents in their home linked to asthma and allergies

62 percent of frequent antihistamine users did not test positive for allergies

62 percent of frequent antihistamine users did not test positive for allergies

Antibiotic use early in life does not increase the subsequent risk of asthma

Antibiotic use early in life does not increase the subsequent risk of asthma

Cooking with gas increases risk of respiratory illness in young children

Cooking with gas increases risk of respiratory illness in young children

Household molds trigger allergic rhinitis

Household molds trigger allergic rhinitis

Olopatadine nasal spray shown to minimise hay fever

Olopatadine nasal spray shown to minimise hay fever

FDA approves new chewable formulation of Zyrtec® aimed at young allergy sufferers

FDA approves new chewable formulation of Zyrtec® aimed at young allergy sufferers

Forward step in treatment of Allergic Rhinitis

Forward step in treatment of Allergic Rhinitis