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    What Is Nasal Congestion?

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    Nasal congestion is caused by cold, flue or allergy or even due to dry air and air pollution. Suffering will be due to swelling of nasal membrane and too much mucus production inside the nose creating obstacles for draining mucus produced in sinus cavities. Difficulties in breathing easily with a feeling of hitch to draw in air into lungs make one bound to inhale air through mouth. This congestion also causes tremendous headache that increases the suffering. Staying in an air conditioned room supplied with pure filtered air is also a remedy to nasal congestion. Some other methods are application of different types of Vaporizers using water especially treated by adding vinegar or Vicks-style menthol salve. The Vaporizer which uses cool water…

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    Congestion It’s the time of the year again when our nose is exposed to cold and starts to run, our chest are so congested and nothing feels good. In short, congestion season is here. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nasal_congestion Nasal congestion is caused by many factors, but its effects range from a simple irritation to older children and adults to a life-endangerment condition for infants, like • Can obstruct our hearing and speech. • Can interfere with sleep by causing snoring. • Can…

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    The nasal septum is a flesh and membrane-covered cartilage wall dividing the nose into right and left nostrils. Fashion-forward individuals pierce the nasal septum, but perforations can also result from illnesses such as syphillis or rare inflammatory disorders, nose picking and drug abuse. A perforated septum 's symptoms include nose bleeds, recurring infections, sinusitis, whistling, congestion and a bad smelling crust. Doctors can monitor small perforations while managing tjem with ointments,…

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    The transfer from high school to college can be a challenge. My first year of college taught me numerous lessons that I still use to this day. One of the most imperative lessons is to go to teacher office hours. The second is to get to know individuals in your class because fellow classmates can be extremely helpful. Next is that having a sense of time is important. Also, to accept failure and use it as a lesson to improve me. Because of these lessons I am prepared for the rest of my years in…

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    Why My Dog's Wet Nose

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    licking her nose? A person has around five million smell receptors in her nose. Your dog has between 20-300 million. When a dog is actively checking something out, her nose produces a thin layer of mucus. This sticky mucus covers her nose, and picks up thousands of chemical scent signatures. When she licks her nose, those chemical scents are transferred to the olfactory glands in the roof of her mouth, allowing her to separate and identify them. If you look closely at your dog’s nose, you…

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    the size and the shape of the pharyngeal, oral, and nasal cavities, which provides the quality and uniqueness of the voice from the vocal tract with airflow and sound. Airflow is converted into air pressure by articulators, which…

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    Traffic In Jakarta Essay

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    rather than having to take a bus or the train. This is because the public transportation is mostly unreliable and they sometimes do not reach certain destinations where the daily commuters live. In addition to that, research has found the amount of public transportation users have also decreased over the years from 38.3% in 2002 to 12.9% in 2010, while the amount of motorcycle users increased from 21.2% in 2002 to 48.79% in 2010 (Rahardjo, p.318). This shows as to how much people has grown less…

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    Topic: Impact of Traffic Congestion on Commuters; a case study of Accra-Kasoa Road Literature Review Road Traffic congestion has always been a major problem all over the world. Both the developed and developing countries are battling with the problem but with different degree of commitment. On the 14 of October 2014, a study from INRIX and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) revealed that the total cumulative cost of congestion in the UK’s economy is estimated to be more…

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    Brainbelt Essay

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    Nowadays, many cities and regions developed so quickly and suddenly become worldwide influential areas. Some of them were even once called rustbelt, “areas that were former industrial citadels that had been hit hard by offshoring, suffered decline” (book). However, right now they were given a new name as “brainbelts”, the “centers of innovation and smart manufacturing” (book), which are also the hope for future business. All of the brainbelts have the following characteristics: “facing complex,…

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    The current intersection we have in place is called a four-way stop where traffic is controlled by human discretion of giving the right of way to pedestrians and whoever stops first. Consequently, if there is a constant flow of pedestrians, then the cars and bikes will have to yield to all of them. This causes drivers and bikers to weave in between the gaps of pedestrians which poses a hazard. Widening the roads is a solution to traffic congestion, but would not be suitable for this situation…

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