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Respiratory System

Productive Cough

The respiratory system is a part of our bodies that is made up of organs and tissues. Its main function is helping us breathe and absorbing oxygen from the air we take in so that it can be used by the other organs of our body. The respiratory system is also responsible for removing carbon dioxide from our blood.

Dry Cough

Dry cough, or nonproductive cough, is a category of cough wherein there is no mucus or phlegm being produced by the body. This results in an itchy, scratchy sensation in the airways.

Cold & Flu

The common cold is a viral infection that affects your upper respiratory system (nose and throat). Most colds are harmless and go away after a few days. It is common for a person to experience a cold 2-3 times a year.

Asthma

Asthma is a life-long condition that when left untreated, can interfere with a patient’s daily life. For many, however, asthma is a minor condition that may barely be noticeable.

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