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After childhood of drugs, violence, Alabama hot dog vendor tries to change world one kid at a time Charles Lee wasn't supposed to live past age 5. Born prematurely and diagnosed with bronchitis and Hepatitis C at birth, odds were not in his favor.
Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole is a combination of two antibiotics that is used to treat a wider variety of illnesses, including ear infections and bronchitis in addition to UTIs.
At times, in parts of the city, the level of PM 2.5 particles—the fine particles linked to higher rates of lung cancer, chronic bronchitis and respiratory disease—surpassed the level of 999.
At the urgent care center, Donald Mincey said, a doctor diagnosed Connor with wheezing bronchitis and prescribed a nebulizer machine that delivers a medicinal mist to help patients breathe.
Shelley Rhodes works at a Staples store in London and landed in Madison Health on Halloween with a bad case of bronchitis.
Others, however, develop complications such as sinus infections, bronchitis or pneumonia.
Cases of bronchitis, asthma and pneumonia are rising.
The flu virus can cause complications, developing into pneumonia or bronchitis, which sometimes result in death.
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The bronchial tubes carry air into the tiny branches and smaller cells of the lungs. In bronchitis, the tubes become sore and you develop a deep cough. Bronchitis caused by bacteria can be treated with antibiotics, but there's no drug treatment for the more common kind caused by a virus. A bout of bronchitis may involve a couple of weeks of coughing (with no laughing allowed), weakness, and loss of energy and interest in doing things. Apart from that, bronchitis is rarely serious—at least if it doesn't progress to pneumonia.
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