Archive | July, 2015

How is cellulitis treated?

Cellulitis is best described as an infection of the skin along with the subcutaneous tissue. This infection can be instigated by various organisms but most commonly by the staphylococcus and streptococcus species. Always bear in mind that the skin is prone to infection from chronic skin issues, insect bites, animal bites or an open wound […]

What are the diseases caused by the herpes viruses?

It is important to note that herpes has long been linked with sexually transmitted diseases. Actually, the herpes viruses are comprised of a number of distinguishing viruses that frequently affect humans. The most prevalent of these are capable of causing diseases that range from chicken pox to chronic fatigue syndrome or even shingles and mononucleosis. […]

Suitable for a sensitive intestinal tract

In some individuals, the intestinal tract can be sensitive to various factors such as stress or even a large meal. This might indicate that the individual has irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). IBS is characterized by frequent episodes of adverse abdominal issues such as constipation, cramping, stomach upset and gas. One way to manage the symptoms […]

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