Archive | August, 2016

Treating Measles

Overview   Measles, also known as Rubeola, is an extremely contagious respiratory infection. It is generally contracted during childhood, but can be contracted later in life as well. Measles is caused by a virus which manifests as a rash which covers the entire body, along with a cough, runny nose, fever, and other flu-like symptoms. […]

Ways to Manage Chronic Pain

Overview According to a report published by the Institute of Medicine in June 2016, more than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain in one form or another. Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts for 6 months or longer. This condition can cause serious disruptions in everyday life, from caring for one’s self, […]

Treating Coronary Heart Disease

Signs and symptoms of coronary heart disease   One of the first signs of coronary heart disease which is also called (CHD) can be chest pain. This chest pain can be followed by a heart attack. With coronary heart disease, you may experience other symptoms such as breathing difficulties and heart palpitations. In rare cases, […]

How To Treat Chickenpox

Overview   Chickenpox is an illness most commonly seen in children that that particular age group catches at some point in their lifetime. It can cause a case of red, itchy areas that eventually turn into blisters filled with fluid. These blisters then form A crust and turn into scabs, which will eventually drop off on […]

How To Deal With Back Pain

Overview One common issue that affects many people at one point or another in their lifetime is back pain. This is something that can arise from a myriad of issues, such as bending over in an awkward manner, lifting things incorrectly, and taking on a bad posture while either sitting down or standing up. Oftentimes, […]

Treating Asthma And Allergens

Overview Individuals who suffer from asthma generally have airways that are sensitive and that can react to different triggers in the environment. These triggers can typically cause issues such as inflammation and an extra production of mucus in the airways, both of which can make an asthma situation worse. Atopy is known as the condition […]

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