September 2014

What is muscular dystrophy?

Muscular dystrophy is a group of genetic disease where muscle fibres are susceptible to damage and eventually weakens. Some individuals with muscular dystrophy are even required to use a wheelchair. There are different kinds of muscle dystrophy and some symptoms manifest during childhood and common among boys, but other types of muscle dystrophy symptoms does …

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Outdoor Emergencies – First Aid For Jellyfish Stings

Jellyfish underwater can be dangerous, especially when they group up together and start sneaking onto their victims. Although not all jellyfish species are dangerous, it is a common problem for divers and swimmers wading in salt waters. Jellyfish stings are not always life-threatening, but their tentacles can release thousands of venomous, minute barbs that cause …

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A salmonella infection

A salmonella infection is a bacterial disease affecting the intestinal tract. These bacteria live in the human intestines and goes out with the feces. People are infected by drinking and eating contaminated water and foods. People with salmonella infection will cause diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever within 8-72 hours but some people can recover for …

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