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Kennel cough causes and treatment

28th June 2011
Kennel cough is medically referred as Infectious Tracheobronchitis. Kennel cough is a resultant of inflammation of the upper air passageways in dogs and cats. The pathogen responsible for this condition is called as Bordetella bronchiseptica. Majority of ... Read >
Author: susan jeffers

Tonsil Stones

14th June 2011
{Even though tongue is one of the strongest organs in the body they too can affected by bumps or blisters on them. Bumps or blisters on tongue might be mainly caused due to injury, allergies, stomatitis, Kawasaki syndrome, scarlet fever, herpes, leukoplak... Read >
Author: Colby Baird

Flu and Pregnancy - Dangers of Flu during Pregnancy

30th March 2011
What aneffect of flu infection when pregnant women? Pregnancies in second and third trimesters if infected with Flu virus have a high risk of suffering a fatal disease. This risk happens because the pregnant occurred many physiological and hormonal change... Read >
Author: teddy

VAXIGRIP Junior: Flu Vaccine for Children

08th June 2010
According to some estimates the influenza virus affects approximately 1 billion people each year all over the world. The influenza virus or flu can cause serious complications, and certain people groups have a higher risk of experiencing health complicati... Read >
Author: EvaJudge

Chest Infection Symptoms

16th July 2009
Since my last blog entry last week, the Swine flu infection statistics A (H1N1) virus have increased remarkably. The Laboratories have confirmed the worldwide cases to the World Heath Organisation (WHO-193 member states) have increased from 19,273 to 36,0... Read >
Author: Colin Platt

A Cold, The Flu Or Something More Serious

08th May 2009
Getting a cold or the flu is a common problem. We often go to extremes to ensure that we don't get sick; but the inevitable will happen, and life will be unpleasant for a few days. You can't catch the same cold or flu virus twice, but they are constantly ... Read >
Author: S Porter

Symptoms of Sinusitis

09th July 2008
Sinuses are hollow air cavities in the skull. There are eight such empty spaces in the human skull. The cavities that become inflamed during attacks of sinusitis are known as the paranasal sinuses. Two of these are located in the forehead and are known as... Read >
Author: peterhutch

Shih Tzu - The Canine Flu Outbreak of 2005

26th November 2005
The canine flu outbreak in the summer of 2005 can be thought of as equivalent to colds and flu that people get. It spreads much the same way, through direct contact, through the air, and through exposure to whatever the virus touches. The symptoms are sim... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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