Month: May 2015

Ear cartilage pain

The shape of the outer ear varies from one person to another and determined by the external elastic structure which is called the ear cartilage. Sometimes, pain in the ear cartilage can be experienced after trauma sustained to the external ear. The cartilage of the ear is thin, flexible and elastic which provides shape to …

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Treating sweat bumps

Sweat bumps is also known as prickly heat, heat rash or miliaria, and they develop in areas where sweat glands are concentrated. When sweat is stuck in the skin, the area is susceptible to develop sweat bumps. Take note that this condition develops when there is obstruction of sweat glands within the mid portion of …

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Scratched esophagus

The esophagus is a muscular tube that connects the mouth and the stomach. The food chewed from the mouth reaches the stomach via the esophagus. Several conditions can badly affect the structure and function of the esophagus that can cause pain and irritation such as the following: Persistent regurgitation of food from the stomach into …

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