Archive | May, 2016

common cold

Treating common cold among babies

Babies will have at least one episode of common cold during the first few months of their life and an average baby can suffer from the condition at least 10 times before reaching his/her 2nd birthday. [youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ounAbuQ_1Bc” width=”220″] Common cold affects the respiratory tract of the baby and cause nasal congestion, runny nose and […]

Bedbug bites

Bedbug bites

When the bedbug bites, they inject an anesthetic so that victims cannot feel anything which is also an anticoagulant that keeps the blood flowing. Bedbugs are tiny insects with six legs that usually spend the day hiding and goes out to feed during night time. The bites of bedbugs cause rashes and severe itchiness that […]

Wheat allergy

Wheat allergy

Wheat allergy is an allergic response to foods that contain wheat. Allergic reactions are likely to occur after eating wheat as well as breathing in wheat flour. Generally, it is important to note that wheat can be found in various foods including beer, soy sauce and ketchup. [youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSc3Ltoha0U” width=”220″] When it comes to wheat […]

Trigger finger

Trigger finger

Trigger finger is characterized as a tender condition that activates the locking of the fingers or thumb once bent. Generally, trigger finger occurs when the tendons in the finger or thumb becomes inflamed. The tendons are strong bands of tissues that function in connecting muscles and bones. In addition, the tendons and muscles in the […]

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