Cold Treatment Arlington MA

Looking for Cold Treatment in Arlington? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Arlington that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Cold Treatment in Arlington.

ABC Family Chiropractic and Wellness Inc.
(781) 648-8500
366 Massachusetts Ave
Arlington, MA

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Richard Archambault DC
(781) 417-6011
9 Chestnut St
Arlington, MA

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Harvard Square Eyecare- Porter Square
(857) 588-0477
18 White Street
Cambridge, MA

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George Mandler CNS DiplOM LDN LicAc
(617) 913-5970
21 Belmont St
Cambridge, MA
Nourishing Balance
Acupuncture, Clinical Nutrition, in-depth individualized nutritional assessment, Japanese Kiiko style acupuncture, moxabustion, cupping, TuiNa, Shiatsu
Insurance Plans Accepted: Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield
Workmens Comp Accepted: Yes
Accepts Uninsured Patients: Yes

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Medical School: New England School of Acupuncture, 2006
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Member Organizations: American Association of Oriental Medicine American Dietetic Association Oriental Medicine Association of Massachusetts American College of Nutrition

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Harvard Square Eyecare
(857) 588-0490
19 Dunster Street
Cambridge, MA

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ChiroCare Associates, PC
(781) 417-6014
406 Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, MA

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Sleepy Dog Acupuncture
(781) 799-2773
Dr. Bethany S. Innis, DVM, CVA, CCRT
Medford, MA

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Watertown Eye
(617) 923-2323
2 kingsbury ave
Watertown, MA

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Daniels Chiropractic--Lexington/Arlington Lin
(781) 676-0008
363 Massachusetts Ave
Lexington, MA

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Albert L. Sherburne O.D / Lexington Optometr
(781) 357-2014
35 Bedford St' Ste 11
Lexington, MA

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How Do I Treat A Cold?

We have all had to deal with a cold, and we are familiar

with the signs. There is the scratchy throat, sinus pressure, and the body aches. You can follow these steps to lessen the severity and length of your cold.

Paying attention to the warning signs that a cold is coming is the first step to getting the cold under control. Early detection is the key to treating any illness. The sooner you decide that you need to act, the sooner you can start down the process of taking care of the condition.

Good hygiene is essential. Make sure that you wash your hands often. It is also a good idea to keep a small bottle of antibacterial hand wash with you, and use it every time you have a chance. Disinfectant sprays and wipes are also helpful around your home. Discard any used tissues or wipes immediately.

You should also gargle several times a day with warm salt water to soothe your sore throat. Take vitamin C to help your immune system, and drink plenty of fluids, especially orange juice. Although there is no proof of its helpfulness, chicken noodle soup has been known to soothe the body. You should also give your body as much rest as possible.


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