Health

Dermatofibroma

January 9, 2015 | 0

Dermatofibroma is a skin condition marked by anomalous non-malignantgrowths, especially on the legs. It may affect just the upper skin layers or also occur in the deeper layers like the dermis. Dermatofibromais also known as sclerosing hemangioma. The abnormal dermatofibroma growths are primarily made up of fibrous tissues; the dermis layer of affected skin is […]

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Pistachio allergy

December 23, 2014 | 0

Pistachios are a form of tree nuts are one of the most common allergy causing nuts among children as well as adults. Symptoms can include sneezing, rash, coughing, itching in eyes as well as nausea. One can also show gastrointestinal symptoms and diarrhea. Severe reactions include breathing difficulties, contractions in chest, swollen face and itchy […]

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Lamictal Rash

December 23, 2014 | 0

Lamictal or Lamotrigine is a drug used in treating epilepsy and bipolar disorder mainly in treating seizures. Also the U.S Food and Drug Administration has approved Lamictal for Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and prominently for disorders related to mental illness. Sometimes it is also prescribed for off-label uses, even depending upon the kind of pain even though […]

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What does it mean when your eye twitches?

November 23, 2014 | 0

There are many superstitions associated with eye twitches. However, in truth there are medical causes linked to eye twitches. Also called eyelid spasm, eye spasm, or eye muscle twitch, eye twitching refers to involuntary movement or contraction of the muscles present near and around the eyelids. This abnormal uncontrolled action is what causes eye twitches. […]

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Phlegm after Eating

September 16, 2014 | 0

There are people who will feel like clearing their throat or coughing up phlegm after they have taken a meal. Phlegm, also known as sputum, is a thick, slippery, and sticky secretion that is produced by the throat and other respiratory passages in an effort to eliminate or clear the airway. Sputum contains mucus and […]

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Blackheads on Chin

September 12, 2014 | 0

Skin conditions occur more often in the population with a frequency of approximately 70%. They range from subtle to very severe and life threatening conditions. One of these conditions is blackheads. Blackheads can occur anywhere on your skin but they have a predilection to occur on the skin that is found in more oily areas […]

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Rutabaga – Nutrition, Benefits

September 11, 2014 | 0

Rutabagas, also called Swedish turnips, yellow turnips, or neeps, are root vegetables that trace their origin as specie between cabbage and turnip. The roots of these veges are prepared for consumption by humans in different ways. The leaves can be consumed as leafy vegetables. Roots and tops can also be feed to livestock, either directly […]

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How to get Rid of Acne on Forehead?

September 10, 2014 | 0

Acne is a chronic skin medical condition that has several variants. The most commonly encountered variant is the vulgaris type. Acne vulgaris has multifactorial pathogenesis mechanisms but the most implicated variable is genetics. Four factors have been identified to play major roles in its development. These factors include follicular epidermal hyperproliferation that results in plugging […]

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Copper Taste in Mouth

September 10, 2014 | 0

Copper taste in your mouth is also called metallic taste or dysgeusia.  This disorder is essentially a distorted sense of taste in your mouth. Any interference of the normal taste pathway can lead to lack or change in the normal sense. Taste is essentially a combination of other senses. The taste buds in your mouth […]

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Sore Inside Nose

September 8, 2014 | 0

A sore, also known as an ulcer or skin lesion, can affect any epithelial surface in your body. Ulcers on mucocutaneous regions such as the inside lining of your nose or mouth are usually very painful. Nasal sore almost always will present with features of inflammation. Inflammation is basically a swelling that occurs when your […]

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