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Articles about fever

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by Medsourcemegan
11 years ago
I've Got a Fever

A popular Saturday Night Live skit has Christopher Walken making gold records with one-hit wonder Blue Oyster Cult. At one point, told that the man playing the cowbell is going too crazy and needs to back off, Walken says, "Okay, but not too much. I've got a fever, and...

Health
by Jeckyll
10 years ago
Fever Blister Treatment

At some point in your life, statistically speaking, you will end up getting a fever blister. For those of you who already get them, I don't have to tell you just how painful and all around annoying they can be. One minute there can be absolutely nothing wrong and...

Health
by wordspeller
7 years ago
How To Treat A Fever

Fever (or pyrexia) is a condition that arises in the case of infectious diseases, such as malaria, scarlet fever, influenza, polio and meningitis, and are caused by individual bacteria and viruses. It is a normal response from the immune system when presented with an invading foreign organism. Caveats apply when treating fevers, whether medical treatment is using orthodox or holistic methods. Approaching fever treatment from an orthodox mindset is different to one that is holistic. 

Health
by vetochemicals
9 years ago
Cabin Fever - Causes and Cures

     Do you think you might have Cabin Fever? This article will review cabin fever and the feelings that go along with having it as well as the causes of cabin fever and what can be done to prevent it and the associated feelings that come with it so...

Health
by curiosity44
5 years ago
2 Things You Can Do To Prevent Valley Fever

What Is Valley Fever? Valley Fever(also known as California Fever) is a lung infection that is caused by an airborne fungus in mostly agricultural and construction areas. People living in the southwestern United States, particularly in Arizona, New Mexico, and California, are the most vulnerable. Soil-infected fungus seeds...

Health
by JudyE
8 years ago
Glandular Fever Facts

Glandular fever is becoming increasingly common. It is sometimes known as the kissing disease and, by the professionals, as infectious mononucleosis (IM). It is an acute viral condition.

Health
by Dr_E
10 years ago
Mosquito beware of their Dangerous Bite

Beware and Protect your self against mosquitoes. Mosquito bites are more dangerous than many people realize. Mosquitoes are a health risk.

Health
by aronnax
7 years ago
The Wonderful Feeling Of Spring Fever

Spring Fever is something people get when spring rolls around and the weather perks up. It's a psychological effect on our brain that makes us happy and joyful

Health
by SparkyStar
5 years ago
7 Great Tips To Help Combat Hay Fever

If you suffer with hay fever, then here are seven quick tips to help you avoid sniffing and sneezing this spring and summer.

Health
by dwong9
5 years ago
My Dengue Fever Experience

My experience of contracting Dengue Fever in Thailand and the treatment I received while I was there.

Health
by AnnaMcPhee
5 years ago
Managing Hay Fever Naturally

Seeing the blossoms on the trees and long grass growing are  beautiful signs of a summer to come for many people – for others it can induce fear about the allergy season that is upon us. Swollen eyes, itchy nose… hay fever is unpleasant at the best...

Health
by Sarah
6 years ago
Diseases Caused by Mosquitoes

Wondering about diseases caused by mosquitoes? This article will look at a few maladies caused by these blood-sucking vermin. Mosquitoes do not just suck your blood and make you itch. These vampire-like bugs which seem to be everywhere during the warm and rainy seasons also transmit a smorgasbord...

Health
by JHKersey
10 years ago
How to Prevent Mosquito Borne Disease

Summer is here and with it brings those pesky little critters that take great pleasure in turning a beautiful summer evening outdoors into slap and itch fest. Unfortunately they also bring several diseases including West Nile Virus, St. Louis Encephalitis, Eastern Equine Encephalitis, yellow fever,...

Health
by DebDavies
10 years ago
How to Care for an H1N1 (Swine) Flu Patient

  You may find yourself having to take care of someone who has been diagnosed with the H1N1 (Swine) flu. This influenza virus is a new strain so we have built up very little, if any, immunity towards it. Not only are the elderly, very young and those...

Travel & Places
by Craig
7 years ago
Diseases in Africa, What to Watch Out for

Africa is shrouded in mystery. It's a continent full of varied flora, wildlife and biomes. It is an alluring place for the western world to want to explore, to vacation and to discover the roots of all human civilization. While a traveler can have the time of their life in Africa, there are many dangers to be aware of and prepare for.

Health
by pwarlick
9 years ago
Some Facts about Salmonella

Some Facts About Salmonella Salmonella is a Gram-Negative enterobacteria that can be found in cold-blooded animals, warm-blooded animals and the environment. Salmonella infections are zoonotic meaning they can be transferred between humans and other animals. This bacteria is usually transferred via ingestion of contaminated...

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by rxman
10 years ago
How to Tell the Difference Between a Cold and the Flu

As school starts up in the fall, various viruses start to be traded from family to family. Sooner or later you're going to catch one. The common cold is one of the top 5 diagnosed illnesses in the United States. You can expect to get to catch...

Lifestyle
by jkirsch
9 years ago
Plato's Theory of Recollection

In his Socratic dialogues The Phaedo and The Meno, Plato advances a theory concerning the acquisition of human knowledge. In these dialogues, Plato asserts that people acquire knowledge through recollection; that is, nothing is learned new, from experience. Knowledge exists a priori in the human soul, and while certain...

Health
by Medsourcemegan
11 years ago
Because Cold Sores Are Gross

Cold sores are gross. They're painful and puss-filled (which means they're also potentially explosive), unsightly and contagious, and they become even worse when you start throwing out causes like "the herpes simplex virus." Yes. Herpes. On your lips.
Herpes does actually get around quite a lot. Besides its infamy as...

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by ATouchofMedicine
7 years ago
A little help for hay fever

Hay fever can be a misery for many, but in this article you will find some excellent remedies that will help you just enjoy the summer!

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