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The Dos and Don’ts of Chickenpox

Varicella, commonly known as chickenpox, is an infectious disease that has been declining over the years. However, some people, such as newborn babies, pregnant women, and HIV patients, are at a higher risk of contracting it. Chickenpox is normally observed in children and can be very uncomfortable. If you are a parent seeking help with...
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What Are The Causes of Mononucleosis?

Mononucleosis, also commonly referred to as “mono” is an infectious disease. The most common type of mononucleosis virus is the “Epstein-Barr Virus”, and it is most prevalent in teenagers and young adults. Prominent symptoms of Mononucleosis include fatigue, fever, head or body aches, and skin rashes. Consult a physician to find out what is affecting...
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How to Manage Diarrhea

Diarrhea is a digestive problem that is highly uncomfortable and may get in the way of your daily tasks. While diarrhea typically lasts for a few days and goes away on its own, if you are looking for ways to find relief, keep reading.

Winter Arthritis Pain and How to Manage It

With the winter season in its prime, many individuals with arthritis can feel it in their bones. In fact, those with the condition often find their joints aching this time of the year. Though the season can’t be blamed for causing arthritis, it does exacerbate the symptoms. The reason behind this is that the body grows...
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3 Illnesses That Worsen in Winter Weather

Winter weather can aggravate certain chronic health conditions and the season can often mean worsened symptoms. Such exacerbated symptoms can often be debilitating and prevent individuals from living their life.

The Early Signs of a Heart Attack

Pain or discomfort in the chest could be temporary or continuous.  Early detection of heart attacks symptoms will allow you to get treatment soon.

Winter Colds and Flu and How to Prevent Them

Working or studying with a runny or congested nose, sore throat, mild body pain, and a splitting headache is challenging for many. They usually occur during winter and always point toward a respiratory issue, such as the cold or the flu.
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