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Nose Bleeds

Adult Nose Bleeds

Children most often experience nosebleeds as a result of picking the nose, according to, but this is less of a fact...

What to Do If an Infant's Nose Is Bleeding?

Most nose bleeds are harmless but they can still be alarming when they occur in an infant. The most likely cause of an infant nose...

Nose Bleeds in Teens

Seeing lots of blood pouring out of your nose can be a frightening--and sometimes embarrassing--experience if you're a teen. But n...

Oxygen & Severe Nosebleeds

Nosebleeds are a common side effect for patients undergoing oxygen therapy. However, ongoing severe nosebleeds should be brought t...

Fish Oil and Nose Bleeds

Nosebleeds remain one of the common side effects of taking fish oil supplements, especially in high doses. The omega-3 essential f...

Nose Bleeds & Vitamin Deficiencies

Nosebleeds, also called epistaxis, have a variety of causes and occur more often in children under the age of 16. In most cases, n...

Vitamin & Mineral Supplements for Nose Bleeds

A nose bleed, a condition known as epistaxis, generally happen at the septum, or the part of the nose that separates the nasal cha...

Nose Bleeds & Caffeine

One task your nose is responsible for is the moistening and warming of air before it enters your lungs. The inside of your nose co...

Nosebleed in a Newborn

Bringing your baby home is a joyful and exciting experience. You need to monitor your newborn closely so that you can act quickly ...

Alternative Procedures to Cauterization for Nose Bleeds

Electrical or chemical cautery is generally the first line treatment for continuous nosebleeds that do not respond to simple compr...
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