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To stop coughing, drink plenty of water, use lozenges, drink warm tea with honey, or take over-the-counter medications, such as decongestants and cough suppressants, suggests WebMD. Also try using a humidifier and taking... More »

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According to WebMD, a persistent cough can be alleviated by drinking plenty of fluids. Liquids provide the necessary moisture to break up the wet, cough-causing mucus of a post nasal drip while also keeping mucus membran... More »

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Some of the best ways to stop a toothache include using clove oil, applying a cold compress, rinsing and flossing, according to HowStuffWorks. If the tooth pain lasts for more than a couple of days, consult a dentist. More »

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To treat a persistent cough, a doctor may recommend antihistamines, decongestants, antibiotics or cough suppressants, according to Mayo Clinic. Inhaled asthma drugs or acid blockers may also be useful. The appropriate tr... More »

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Quick remedies for a cough include increasing fluid intake to thin out mucus in postnasal drip, taking lozenges because they help suppress the cough reflex somewhat, and drinking tea with honey to soothe the throat, stat... More »

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To get rid of a dry, nonproductive cough, take suppressants, drink plenty of water, use a humidifier and elevate your head with pillows while sleeping, suggests WebMD. Drinking hot water, tea or lemon juice mixed with ho... More »

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The best cough suppressants for a dry cough are those that contain dextromethorphan, according to WebMD. A survey of pharmacists reported in U.S. News & World Report chose over-the-counter cough syrup Delsym as the most ... More »

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