Latest Phlegm Stories

2014-05-08 08:33:14

IRVING, Texas, May 8, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Glyceryl guaiacolate ether (GGE) is unlikely to make it easier to cough up phlegm when delivered in the recommended dose. GGE is approved by the FDA as an over-the-counter expectorant and is the active ingredient in Mucinex extended-release and many other cold remedies on the market. The study was published in the May 2014 issue of RESPIRATORY CARE, a journal of the American Association for Respiratory Care. A total of 295 subjects...

2013-05-07 23:29:44

Whenever there is a forest fire, sinus and bronchial problems may follow. Here are recommendations to prevent these airway problems. Mission Hills, CA (PRWEB) May 07, 2013 In Southern California individuals who are exposed to the soot and smoke of a bad fire, can take measures to prevent the sore throat, the facial pain, the plugged dry nose, and the drainage down the throat that soot and smoke may cause. Smoke from such fires produce a mix of chemicals, one of which is sulphur dioxide....

2013-01-04 05:03:42

Founder of GJP Global Enterprises, LLC, Gloria Phlegm is pleased to announce the launch of her new website venture, GPPetNeeds.com, a website featuring a wide breadth of pet-related products and supplies that could be useful for anyone who cares for animals in their homestead. For more information, visit the website´s blog at GPPetNeedsBlog.com. Fontana, California (PRWEB) January 03, 2013 Gloria Phlegm is excited to announce the creation and launch of her new website venture,...

2011-03-24 17:21:12

Prescribing antibiotics for patients with discoloured phlegm caused by acute cough has little or no effect on alleviating symptoms and recovery, a Cardiff University study has found. Acute cough is one of the common reasons why people visit their GP and accounts for a large proportion of antibiotics prescribed in the community. One of the most common questions asked by GPs to their patients is about their phlegm: "Are you coughing anything up?" or "What colour is your phlegm?" Clinicians and...

Word of the Day
  • To stammer.
  • Present participle of maffle, to stammer.
  • A simpleton.
The word 'maffle' may come from a Dutch word meaning 'to move the jaws' or a French word meaning 'having large cheeks'.