Health Tip: Treating a Sinus Headache
(HealthDay News) -- A sinus headache usually is caused when the air-filled cavities around your nose, eyes and cheeks become congested and inflamed. Doctors call this condition sinusitis.
The University of Maryland Medical Association suggests how you can help ease sinus pain:
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