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Sunday, 9 June 2013


Charles Bedham  described this disease in 1808 and called it bronchitis.

The poet Robert Browning died at his home in the Palazzo Rezzonicoin, Venice of bronchitis on December 12, 1889.

The individuals who suffer with frequent flu and colds often tend to suffer with this condition.

A simple home remedy to fight back this disease is placing wet blankets and towels in varied places in the house to increase the humidity there.

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