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Article published on Sep 30, 2014

Allergy And Sinusitis Can Have Serious Complications

Our six-year-old son was recently admitted to the hospital with a bad infection around his right eye; his eyelids were swollen and he couldn’t open his eye. He was treated with several days of IV antibiotics before he started to improve. Our doctor told us that the infection started from his sinuses. All of us... Read More

Article published on Sep 28, 2010

Allergy And Virus infection Can Cause Sinusitis

Several weeks ago, our daughter was very sick. She had high fever, and shortly afterwards developed a bad rash on her face, around her eyes, her nose, and her mouth. She was admitted to the hospital. After some tests, we were told that our daughter had a Staph infection. She was treated with IV antibiotics... Read More

Article published on Oct 24, 2006

There Are Ways To Reduce Dust Mites And Moulds That Trigger Allergies

Our daughter got very sick recently. We thought she just had a bad flu. She had high fever and a lot of green drainage from her nose. After three days of fever that didn’t respond to ibuprofen, we finally took her to our doctor. He told us she had a bad sinus infection which was... Read More

Article published on May 17, 2000

Blowing Your Nose Is Not The Main Cause Of Sinus Infection

I get sinus infection very easily. My doctor told me that I have allergies. As you may expect, I blow my nose like a trooper. Lately, I heard that blowing the nose can lead to sinus infection. Is this true? What else can I do when my nose is all clogged up and so uncomfortable? Read More