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Do you have “pink eye” and what is the treatment for pink eye by rita359 Posted Tue 15 Jan 2013 10:54am Pink eye, or conjunctivitis, is a redness and inflammation of the eye membranes, aka the conjunctiva, which covers the eye whites and the membranes in the inner part of the eyelids. Pink eye can be caused by allergies, bacteria, chemicals and toxins, viruses, etc., because these membranes are very sensitive and delicate parts of the body. It ca ... Read on »
Pink Ear, Pink Eye, Pink Elbow, Pink Milk, Pink Panties by Taking Heart Registered Nurse Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:42pm My daughter is sick. She has an ear & eye infection. I hate that. My kids have generally been healthy, but when they do get sick, it's never something easy like a cold or pink eye. I actually took her in to the doctor because her eye was red, and she had a fever last night for a minute that resolved with some Tylenol & Motrin. I work with the p ... Read on »
The Best Herbs to Fight Allergies & Hay Fever Symptoms: Reduce Sneezing, Congestion & Sore Throat by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:47pm Spring has sprung! The flowers are blooming in parks all over the country and pollen, grass, ragweed and other allergen levels are high. So, I have some spring allergy advice.... the best way to combat allergy and hay fever season, apart from never setting foot outside, is to utilize anti-inflammatory, decongestant and astringent herbs to ... Read on »
Chlamydia infections can progress to serious health issues that typically damage the reproductive organs by winter1101 Posted Thu 04 Jul 2013 2:13pm If you've ever involved in unprotected sex (regardless of one partner) it can be crucial that exams are administered as chlamydia is a snap to pass through on and is also around in startling numbers. Antibiotics for Chlamydia. Inside your know for sure that you are a carrier that you might be infected and will spread the disease to others's ... Read on »
Seriously? RSV.....AND Pink Eye? by McNulty Family Posted Tue 29 Jan 2008 12:00am First off I want to thank my wonderful and handsome husband for giving me a weekend away with my college roommates! He did an amazing job and the kids loved every minute spent alone with him. The roomies and I had the most FANTASTIC couple of days. I didn't realize how much I needed a little girl time! I came home recharged and ready ... Read on »
Pink eye for the straight guy by Ladybugs12 Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 9:23pm I should probably just resign myself to the fact that I am going to catch EVERYTHING my kids bring home for the next, oh, 10 years or so but seriously? Conjunctivitis? Really? Talk about adding insult to injury. I'm 36 weeks pregnant, my allergies are ridiculous and now I have conjunctivitis. And Charlotte has a low grade fever. Des ... Read on »
Chlamydia in Men (and Women) by Anthony R. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:47pm Photo from the Internet. One of the most common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) is chlamydia that is caused by the bacteria chlamydia trachomatis. The symptoms of chlamydia are usually mild or absent and because of this, many infected persons remain untreated and have potential to spread the disease to others. But serious complicat ... Read on »
Allergy by Noman Khan Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 11:40am What Is an Allergy? Allergies are an abnormal response of the immune system. People who have allergies have an immune system that reacts to a usually harmless substance in the environment. This substance (pollen, mold, animal dander, etc.) is called an allergen. Allergies are a very common problem, affecting at least two out of every 10 A ... Read on »
Back in the hospital.... by Jaime Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Nov 2010 1:16am Where to begin? Maybe the first of October would be a good place to start. As you are all aware I went to Seattle for my one year post-transplant visit, got my immunizations and did quite well. That was until the first Sunday in October. Almost exactly two weeks after my immunizations and a week after coming off of the post-transplant meds I ... Read on »
Sore throat 411 by Denise and Alan F. Patient Expert Posted Tue 19 Oct 2010 3:52pm Strep Throat: See the little red dots on the roof of the mouth? That's a classic sign of it! Mom, my throat hurts…heard this one recently? It's that time again for my “Bug O’ the Week” blog. My "busy season" in the office is October to April.  So, I'll be giving you the periodic run-down of the infections I’m seeing in my offic ... Read on »