Month: March 2016

Frostbite

Trench mouth

Trench mouth is a painful bacterial infection that causes swelling or inflammation along with ulcer formation in the gums. Trench mouth is a severe form of gingivitis that causes infection, pain, ulcerations and bleeding gums. It usually affects people with poor nutrition and poor living conditions. Trench mouth is also known as necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis …

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Eczema in toddlers

Eczema is a chronic skin disorder usually common in toddlers and infants. Eczema is characterized by rough, raised, red and itchy patches that are either dry or oozing. Among children, it is usually caused by atopic dermatitis which is hypersensitivity to allergens found in the environment. Causes Eczema usually runs in families It can be …

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Migraine headaches

A migraine is described as a severe and painful headache with sensory warnings such as flashes of light, tingling sensations in the arms and legs, blind spots, nausea, vomiting, increased sensitivity to sounds and light as well as visual disturbances known as auras that occurs before the start of an attack. Symptoms of migraine headaches …

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Foot cramps

The feet continuously feel the entire weight of the body when walking and standing. Foot cramps are more common than other spasms of muscle in which they can be involuntary and the painful spasms can affect one or several groups of muscles. Foot cramps can last for a few minutes or they can happen for …

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