Month: June 2018

eye strain

How to treat eye strain

Eye strain is a condition that happens when the eye becomes tired from excessive use such as staring at computer screens and other digital devices and long-distance driving. Causes of eye strain Excessive reading without pausing to rest the eyes Looking at screens of digital devices Long distance driving and performing activities that involves extended …

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Tick bites

Tick bites

Tick bites are caused by a tick, a small blood-sucking bug. These pests can range in size from small as a pin’s head to as large as a pencil eraser. These ticks can grow when they take in a lot of blood up to the size of the marble. After a tick finishes feeding on …

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Diarrhea

Diarrhea

Diarrhea is a condition where an individual has increased frequency of bowel movements, usually brought about by an infection in the stomach. Generally, the common causes of this are eating contaminated food and water. In addition, diarrhea is more common in places where hygiene is poor and access to medicine is difficult. Diarrhea lasts for …

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Fever

Fever

A fever is an increase in the body temperature from the 37 degrees. This is caused by an immune response as this is the body’s natural mechanism of defense against infection from microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, or parasites that cannot live or survive in higher temperatures. Fevers are also symptoms of illnesses along with …

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