Infection
Herpes is an infection that causes sores or ulcers. It is caused by a virus called Herpes simplex and can be of 2 types – HSV-1 and 2. HSV-1 is mostly responsible for infection above the waist while HSV-2 causes sores below the waist, usually in the genital area. Genital herpes is caused by HSV-2.
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In this unusual medical case which took place in China, 30 pounds of poop was removed from a man's large intestine after he was diagnosed with megacolon and Hirschsprung's disease characterized by chronic constipation.
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Sore throat symptoms include pain, burning or scratching sensations at the back of the throat, pain when swallowing, and tenderness in the neck. Here are a few ways to cure a sore throat at home.
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Increasing humidity in the air helps relieve a cough. A vapouriser and a steamy shower are two ways to increase humidity.
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Health Tips
If you suffer from common colds
At the first sign of colds, drink fresh fruit juices and water. You can also increase your vitamin C supplementation. Help your body fight the cold virus by eating healthy. Within a few days, you should be back on your toes. If you start having headaches, earaches or persistent fever, consult a doctor.
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