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Purpura Rash And Understanding HSP

29th June 2011
A purpura rash is generally a sign of an underlying medical problem which affects the body’s blood vessels. It is sometimes known as "blood spots." It’s characterized by small, bloody lesions which look like measles spots. These appear all over the body, ... Read >
Author: aldrin1230

Vaccines Side Effects - Chicken Pox Vaccination

17th December 2010
The vaccine side effects for chicken pox far outweigh the dangers of the common childhood disease. I can remember all of my 10 siblings having the Chicken Pox back in the 1950’s along with all of our neighbor’s children. When I was growing up, Chicken Pox... Read >
Author: Mary Tocco

The Amazing Health Benefits Of Spirulina

27th September 2010
The Healthy Rewards Of SpirulinaSpirulina is a kind of blue-green algae that does not seem to have changed since it was first discovered over 3.5 billion years ago|This blue-green algae was discovered over 3.5 billion years ago and has not changed its app... Read >
Author: Warren Garrison

Nasonex Side Effects and Effectiveness

01st April 2010
Nasonex is generally put to use to prevent and treat nasal symptoms like congestion, runny nose, and sneezing caused by year-round or seasonal allergies. It is also put to use to treat nose growths in adults. Here are the various nasonex side effects that... Read >
Author: carol

Contagious Rashes at School: Ways to Avoid Catching a Rash

29th October 2009
Along with the cautions about flu, it's also necessary to be aware that some rashes are contagious and may be picked up by your child at school, spread by co-workers or passed around in a nursing home. Rashes also may migrate from one part of the body to ... Read >
Author: Rosie Wallace

Why You Should Drink Coconut Oil

03rd September 2009
Coconut's fame and existence goes a long way back to the traditional ages. Its use is still popular for adding flavor to various foods and cakes. Islands avail of this beneficial fruit to a great extent. Research has also shown that one third of the popul... Read >
Author: Blubert Tavedorn

The Importance of Immunizing your Child

12th February 2009
Children have a weak immunity compared to adults, as a child's immune system is still in developmental stages. That makes it critically important to boost the child's immunity by external methods, in order to protect him against several infectious and dis... Read >
Author: Susan Hutson

Physical needs of a child

04th November 2008
At home or at the daycare, children have physical needs that must be met which contribute to their total well being and comfort. Here are some ideas: One of the important physical needs of children is a suitable environment which provides fresh air to br... Read >
Author: Ese Adonkie

The Different Types Of Skin Disorders In Your World

26th September 2008
People all over the world suffer from different skin disorders at some time in life. Skin disorders refer to any kind of problem related to the skin. It can lead to irritation and sometimes is quite painful for the sufferers. There are numerous types of s... Read >
Author: jdobson

Complete Information on Autoimmune hepatitis with Treatment and Prevention

28th April 2008
Autoimmune hepatitis is a disease in which the system's exempt structure attacks liver cells. Although the cause for this isn't completely clear-cut, some diseases, toxins and drugs may spark autoimmune hepatitis in vulnerable folk, particularly women. Th... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Factors or Conditions That Influence Asthma

30th May 2007
Bronchial asthma is a disease that is influenced considerably by several factors. This is a disease which is prevalent all over the world. It is generally seen that the boys of younger age groups have more severe case of the symptoms of the disease than t... Read >
Author: Tom alter

16 Side Effects of Measles

07th May 2006
Measles can lead to many complications. Some are not serious but others can be very dangerous and even fatal. Complications occur most commonly in pre school-age children, especially the under 2 year olds, and in adults over the age of 20. Up to 30% withi... Read >
Author: Tom Healy
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