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What water is safe to use in a neti pot, and more tips to avoid getting sick

Using the teapot-shaped container meant to relieve sinus congestion incorrectly could be deadly. Here's what the CDC and FDA have to say.
USATODAY.com - Published

Woman dies of rare brain-eating amoeba after using neti pot filled with tap water

Scientists have stated that neti pots are still safe to use, but it is still recommended that only sterile or saline water be...
Deseret News - Published Also reported by •CBS NewsDelawareonlineUSATODAY.comSeattlePI.com

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Nasty Nasal Fluid Flush [Video]Nasty Nasal Fluid Flush

Occurred on January 9, 2015 / Malta Info from Licensor: "This is the number 1 video on Youtube for 'Sinus Infection'. It is a popular viral video that shows a little girl removing a huge amount of..

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Rare Brain-Eating Amoeba Killed A Woman Who Used Neti Pot [Video]Rare Brain-Eating Amoeba Killed A Woman Who Used Neti Pot

A rare brain-eating amoeba killed a woman likely because she used tap water in her neti pot.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:22Published

The Horrible Danger That Tap Water Caused In A Neti Pot [Video]The Horrible Danger That Tap Water Caused In A Neti Pot

We will stick to store-bought water purified and then boiled after reading this. Wow.

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Woman Inhales Brain-Eating Amoeba Using Neti Pot [Video]Woman Inhales Brain-Eating Amoeba Using Neti Pot

A Seattle woman died from a rare brain-eating amoeba after using a neti pot with unsterilized tap water.

Credit: HuffPost News     Duration: 00:58Published

Doctors Say Tap Water in Neti Pot Caused Fatal Brain-Eating Amoeba [Video]Doctors Say Tap Water in Neti Pot Caused Fatal Brain-Eating Amoeba

Doctors Say Tap Water in Neti Pot Caused Fatal Brain-Eating Amoeba A 69-year-old resident of Seattle died after undergoing brain surgery in February. According to her doctor at Swedish Medical Center,..

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Woman dies from brain-eating amoebas after using neti pot [Video]Woman dies from brain-eating amoebas after using neti pot

SEATTLE — A 69-year-old Seattle woman is no longer around after developing rare brain-eating amoebas. According to the Seattle Times, the woman was admitted into the Swedish Medical Center emergency..

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Ask Dr. Nandi: Woman dies from brain-eating amoeba after using neti pot with filtered tap water [Video]Ask Dr. Nandi: Woman dies from brain-eating amoeba after using neti pot with filtered tap water

A woman using a Neti Pot to clear her chronic sinus infection died from a brain-eating amoeba.  Doctors say she likely contracted it from tap water.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 02:47Published

Seattle Woman Dies After Using Neti Pot [Video]Seattle Woman Dies After Using Neti Pot

Woman contracted brain-eating amoeba, authorities said.

Credit: CBS 2 Chicago     Duration: 00:19Published

Brain-eating amoeba kills Washington woman after improper Neti Pot use [Video]Brain-eating amoeba kills Washington woman after improper Neti Pot use

KXLY 4's Hawk Hammer reports.

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Are Neti Pots Safe? [Video]Are Neti Pots Safe?

The death of a woman who contracted a brain-eating amoeba by using a neti pot has raised questions about the safety of the containers.

Credit: Time     Duration: 01:01Published

Johns Hopkins Doctors Find Brain-Eating Amoeba That Killed Woman After She Used Neti Pot [Video]Johns Hopkins Doctors Find Brain-Eating Amoeba That Killed Woman After She Used Neti Pot

Doctors at Baltimore hospital discovered a brain-eating amoeba inside a Seattle woman's tumor, helping officials figure out what caused her to die. Matt Yurus reports.

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Deadly brain-eating amoeba from tap water in Neti pot [Video]Deadly brain-eating amoeba from tap water in Neti pot

Doctors say a woman in Seattle died from a rare brain infection after using a Neti pot filled with tap water to rinse her sinses. KIRO-TV's Allsion Grande reports.

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Woman Dies After Contracting Rare Brain-Eating Amoeba From Use Of Tap Water In Neti Pot [Video]Woman Dies After Contracting Rare Brain-Eating Amoeba From Use Of Tap Water In Neti Pot

A woman in Seattle contracted a rare brain-eating amoeba after using a neti pot filled with tap water.

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Woman addicted to drinking her own piss [Video]Woman addicted to drinking her own piss

'MURICA — A woman named Carried from Colorado Springs featured on TLC's "Strange Addictions" likes to drink a something that would gross most other people out. Her own wee wee. Carrie was..

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Doctors blame tap water in neti pot for brain-eating amoeba

SEATTLE (AP) — Doctors believe a woman who died from rare brain-eating amoebas used tap water to rinse her sinuses. The 69-year-old Seattle resident died in February after undergoing brain surgery at..
SeattlePI.com - Published

Brain-eating amoebas kill Seattle woman who rinsed her sinuses with tap water. Doctor warns this could happen again.

Researchers said the woman likely contracted the amoebas by using tap water to fill a neti pot, rather than using saline or sterile water. The organisms entered her brain after the water reached nerves..
Seattle Times - Published

Beverly Hills Dentist Dr. Kyle Stanley Featured on GloListic YouTube Show Hosted By GloZell Green

Dr. Kyle Stanley, a leading dentist in Beverly Hills, was recently featured on comedienne GloZell Green’s new show GloListic from Awestruck TV on YouTube. In the segment, GloZell continues her..
PRWeb - Published

The Rinsing Revolution is Here: Introducing the ResQRinse® Nasal Rinse System

ResQRinse eliminates the gagging, choking and burning side effects of traditional sinonasal rinsing methods with a new Nasal Lock™ design that directs saline irrigation solution to the sinuses —..
PRWeb - Published

Nature’s Rite Offers Herbal Treatments and Tips for Allergies, Respiratory Infections and Other Sinus, Breathing Issues

Nature’s Rite is spreading the word about sinus health and how to treat sinus issues, explaining both the cause and effects of respiratory infection while addressing the cause — not just the..
PRWeb - Published

Could this be the answer to your sinus problems?

The Naväge Nose Cleaner is the neti pot of the 21st century. It uses a gentle suction to pull water into one nose and out the other. It claims to flush out allergens, mucus, germs, and dust and..
Mashable - Published

Nature’s Rite Herbal and All-natural Remedies Coming to VitaBeauti.com

Nature’s Rite all-natural solutions and herbal remedies will soon be available on health, wellness and beauty product e-commerce site VitaBeauti.com. BOCA RATON, Fla. (PRWEB) November 20,..
PRWeb - Published

NeilMed, Inc. Launches Video Contest for Prize Money

Show Us How NeilMed Has Improved the Quality of Your Life And Win Up to $3,000! Santa Rosa, CA, USA (PRWEB) November 13, 2017 NeilMed® Pharmaceuticals, Inc., USA, makers of the world famous..
PRWeb - Published

Is it safe to rinse your sinuses with a neti pot?

The FDA is warning consumers that improper use of nasal rinses can lead to potentially deadly infections
CBS News - Published

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