The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 29, 1996 · Page 61
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 61

Salina, Kansas
Issue Date:
Sunday, September 29, 1996
Page 61
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IS YOUR "COLD" A SEASONAL ALLERGY? If you've bought out your local market's supply of tissues thanks to a cold that lasts for weeks on end, you may not have a cold at all. Outlined below are the basic differences between allergies and colds. But to complicate matters, sinus infections (sinusitis) accompany chronic allergies 25% to 70% of the time and can cause symptoms like fever, cough, fatigue, postnasal drip, and headache. If you have any doubts about your condition, check with your doctor. ALLERGIES ® Major symptoms are runny or stuffy nose, sneezing, itchy, watery eyes. ® Symptoms begin almost immediately after exposure to allergens. ® Symptoms last almost as long as exposure to allergens. COLDS IM! Same symptoms as allergies but can also include fever, aches, and pains. 12 Symptoms build over a few days until they hit full force. HI Symptoms usually clear up in about a week. FREE A/ferOays NEWSLETTER If you'd like to learn more great tips for controlling your alkrgies plus some interesting facts, just call 1800 593-3139 You'// receive seasonal issues of the FREE, informative newsletter AUerDays. And for those of you who are Web surfers, check out the AMerDays Information Network at httpi/ the latest news. •'»4teal?ergv season, zo far ahhhfteld. s- »•" ' "I' j i'j]u;,Cy'" -" '"'iO—-./"•• ••'«y^"> f AhtSWS* .* Mhh/Allegra y ^^^ ^ jjf^ j^^ f ^I^^^^P 7 i *^V* <pf ' ^ ^^ta^^ / '" ^l^fMlv^iAfifMiiiMfLj^l^mMlifMiJiiEi^^ ^,>

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