Share of Cost, Canker Sores

Monday, Oct. 23rd 2017 6:04 AM

Canker sores are different than fever blisters. They are small, red or white, shallow ulcers occurring on the tongue, soft palate, or inside the lips and cheeks; they do not occur in the roof of the mouth or the gums. They are quite painful, and usually last five to ten days.
 

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Share of Cost, How To Treat Fever Blisters

Saturday, Oct. 21st 2017 6:02 AM

Treatment of fever blisters consists of coating the lesions with a protective barrier ointment containing an antiviral agent, for example 5% acyclovir ointment. While there is no cure now, scientists are trying to develop one, so hopefully fever blisters will be a curable disorder in the future.

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Share of Cost, Mite Cause Allergies Symtoms

Thursday, Oct. 19th 2017 1:58 PM

Often, a person will experience symptoms of dust mite allergy that include:

* red itchy eyes
* runny nose
* stuffiness
* watery eyes
* sneezing
* cough
* post-nasal drip
* itchy throat or nose

People who have asthma may find that their asthmatic symptoms are triggered. Because of the similarities with other allergies, it can be hard to distinguish an allergy caused by dust mites.

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Share of Cost, How Do Dust Mite Cause Allergies

Tuesday, Oct. 17th 2017 11:36 AM

Dust mites cause allergies in two ways. The first is through their waste. They produce waste, as they eat, as all organisms do. The waste is an allergen for some people.

The second cause of dust mite allergies is the bodies or body parts of these creatures. As dust mites die, their remains stay in place. These remains are the second allergen produced during their life cycle.

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Share of Cost, Dust Mite Allergy

Sunday, Oct. 15th 2017 6:00 AM

Dust mits are microscopic bugs that live in our homes can mean huge problems for people with allergies and asthma. Dust mites that feed on dead skin cells are one of the most common environmental allergens. They are a trigger for yearlong allergies in populations throughout the world. However, with a few lifestyle adjustments, certain medication, and a well-cleaned home, dust mite allergies can be controlled.

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Share of Cost, Are Fever Blisters Contagious

Friday, Oct. 13th 2017 6:09 AM

Fever blisters are contagious, from the time the blister ruptures until the sore is completely healed there is a high risk of spreading the infection. The virus can spread to the afflicted person’s eyes and genitalia, as well as to other people.

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Share of Cost, Why Do Fever Blisters Reoccur?

Wednesday, Oct. 11th 2017 10:26 AM

Fever blisters result from a herpes simplex virus that becomes active. This virus is latent (dormant) in afflicted people, but can be activated by conditions such as stress, fever, trauma, hormonal changes, and exposure to sunlight. When lesions reappear, they tend to form in the same location.

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Share of Cost, Accidental Soap Poisoning Signs and Symptoms

Monday, Oct. 9th 2017 9:44 AM

The signs and symptoms of soap poisoning depend on:

* The product you came into contact with
* How you ingested the product
* How much contact you had with the product

The signs and symptoms of soap poisoning can include the following:

* If soap gets in your eyes, you might lose vision or have difficulty focusing because the chemicals may be burning your eyes.

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Share of Cost Accidental Poisoning by Soap Products

Saturday, Oct. 7th 2017 6:00 AM

Accidental poisoning by soap products can occur as a result of contact with household cleaning products that contain strong chemicals, including soap used to clean your body or household. When you swallow or inhale these highly toxic products, you can experience life-threatening symptoms.

If you believe that someone you know is experiencing soap poisoning, you should immediately call 911 or the National Poison Control Center (NPCC) at 800-222-1222.

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Share of Cost, The Population Health Benefits Of A Healthy Lifestyle

Thursday, Oct. 5th 2017 6:33 AM

People who do not smoke, are not obese, and consume alcohol moderately can expect to live seven years longer than the general population, and to spend most of these extra years in good health, according to a new study published today in Health Affairs.

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Share of Cost, What Are Fever Blisters

Tuesday, Oct. 3rd 2017 9:43 AM

Fever blisters are fluid-filled blisters that commonly occur on the lips. They also can occur on the gums and roof of the mouth, however that is rare. Fever blisters can usually be painful. Pain may also precede the appearance of the lesion by a few days. The blisters rupture within hours, then crust over. Fever blister last about seven to ten days.

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Share of Cost, Setting the record straight: Proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) do not cause dementia

Sunday, Oct. 1st 2017 6:00 AM

Several studies have reported associations between proton-pump inhibitor (PPI) use and dementia. New research published on July 18 in Gastroenterology, the official journal of the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA), puts these claims to rest. The study authors report that there is no convincing evidence to support the suggestion that PPI use increases dementia risk. These findings are based on an analysis of 13,864 participants from the Nurses’ Health Study II who completed testing on cognitive function, which is key predictor of the risk of dementia later in life.

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Share of Cost, Baby Tooth Needs to Come Out.

Friday, Sep. 29th 2017 6:30 AM

Question: My dentist is stating that my baby tooth needs to come out because my new tooth can not come out correctly. The baby tooth is loose but it just has not came out. If my baby tooth does not come out then I have a dentist appointment in two weeks to take it out. I do not want to go to the dentist they will inject me in the gums to do the extraction. I do not want a shot in the gums.

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Share of Cost, Study finds that belief that Tourette’s patients are aggressive to be a myth

Wednesday, Sep. 27th 2017 6:00 AM

It is commonly believed that people with Tourette’s syndrome tend to be aggressive. Now a new study, being presented at the ECNP Congress in Vienna, shows that people with Tourette’s are no more aggressive than anyone else.

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Share of Cost, Heart Attack or Heartburn? Differences Between Types of Chest Pain

Monday, Sep. 25th 2017 6:00 AM

Anyone worried about chest pain should not wait to get urgent medical care. They should call for an ambulance straight away, especially if the pain is unexplained, sudden, or severe.

Heart attack pain is caused when one of the arteries supplying the heart becomes blocked. Angina is a similar chest pain caused when these arteries are narrowed by heart disease.

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Drug Use and Dental Health

Saturday, Sep. 23rd 2017 6:09 AM

Drug use can have a negative impact on dental health as well as overall health. Patterns of oral health pathology attributed to methamphetamine users, for example, include rampant tooth decay, accelerated tooth wear, unexplained advanced gum disease, missing multiple teeth, and overall detrimental dental effects that are rapid and severe. These patients also often seek cosmetic dental treatment, such as veneers and whitening, which give dentists another opportunity to discuss suspected substance misuse, provide referrals for treatment, and encourage cessation of drug misuse.

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