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The dry air is clogging people’s sinuses and producing headaches, eye irritation and dry skin.
Merck introduced cocaine, which became a prime ingredient in a variety of over-the-counter tonics for sinus problems and other ailments.
Her youngest had sinus problems for the first time in her life, along with acid reflux and recurring nightmares.
Plus, its scent also helps keep your sinuses clear while up in the air.
My sinuses were acting up for weeks after that because of the water pressure.
There was the before—before my father was diagnosed with an aggressive sinus cancer.
This is the kind of curry that hits your sinuses rather pleasantly without burning your tongue.
But the aftertaste, as any sane person might expect, was a hot, unenjoyable, raw-onion burn, accompanied by an unpleasant heightened awareness of one’s sinuses.
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Origin and Etymology of sinus
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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medical Definition of sinus
- a tuberculous sinus
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