Upper Respiratory Tract Infections: Related Symptoms

Symptoms related to Upper Respiratory Tract Infections include:



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  • Cough: Cough is a well-known symptom with many causes. The most common cause of a cough is a respiratory infection such as common cold, flu, croup, etc. Another common culprit ...

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  • Headache: Everyone is familiar with a simple headache, which is annoying but disappears after a few hours. There are many other types of headache (e.g. tension headache, cluster headaches, migraine) ...

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