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Valley fever: An incurable illness in the dust by Niell A. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 23 Jul 2013 10:31am By Tom Geoghegan BBC News, Avenal, California Read on »
A Symptom Isn’t an Illness: Fever by The Verigin Dental Health Team Doctor of Dentistry Posted Fri 18 Mar 2011 10:03am One of the most common misconceptions about health and illness – one that even doctors and scientists can have at times – is that suppressing symptoms is the same thing as curing an illness. Indeed, it seems obvious that when symptoms are gone, the illness is gone. So we put our efforts into quashing symptoms, even though this can have the effe ... Read on »
The Fever Is Your Friend; Other Ways To Overcome Sickness Naturally by Marillyn B. Posted Wed 15 Apr 2009 12:00am Last week some of us were getting over some sore throats, dripping noses, aching bodies and fevers. First it started with Naomi on Tuesday morning. She woke up with clear, watery dripping nose with a slight fever. I thought maybe her molars were finishing up their work, but kept an eye on her. As the day moved along…she started looking tired ... Read on »
Sickness, fevers and nightmares...oh my! by Helene Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:55pm When is all this freakin illness gonna end in our house??? I thought Landon was getting better from his bout with pneumonia but yesterday he spiked a fever out of nowhere and he was cranky all evening. Garrett was cranky as well....they both woke up a few times in the night and both woke up in tears this morning. So not typical for my usually ... Read on »
Fever Fighter: The 5 Steps of Running After Being Sick by Will Run For Glitter Posted Mon 10 Dec 2012 11:42am First off, I heart the holiday season. But not so much when I’m sick. Not long ago, I began alternating my running schedule to incorporate “easy,” “moderate” and “tough” weeks — all part of an effort to preserve my shin and prolong my longevity. After all, I’d like to still be doing this when I’m old and wrinkly too. After a “to ... Read on »
YOU GIVE ME FEVER.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 09 Jan 2011 12:00am The first full week of 2011 has come and gone.  How many "resolutions" have you broken already?  Did you actually make any resolutions that had real meaning?  How about resolutions you made for your pet?  According to a recent survey by PawNation.com, these are the most popular resolutions made by pet owners -- Take better care of my pet' ... Read on »
From Clinic On Last Thursday To The Day Of Being Sick And Then With High Fever And Low Blood Presure And Then..... by Megan Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:19pm OK well the reason I have not been blogging for a long time like a week ago. Well this is why and this is what happened. So last Thursday which was a Clinic Day and on 29 of January. So me and my mommy woke up, so my mom got in the shower and I took a nice hot bath because my legs were aching so bad that i cryed, and we both got dressed and all rea ... Read on »
102+ Fever.....My sweet child is sick by Tara M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:06pm Emma Sage has been running a 102+ fever all day........I've given her two baths to cool her down, trying desperately to get fluids into her as she cries and says her stomach hurts too much. I feel helpless. Daddy is away.....big sister Nini is away......Greta is at field hockey, all of her comfort people are gone. Mommy has ... Read on »
The Elder Mother’s Pantry: A Bioregional Herbal Materia Medica for Influenza and Other Cold-Weather Ailments by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 01 Oct 2009 10:05pm This is for the October blogparty on Bioregional Cold/Flu Herbs, hosted by Rosalee of Methow Valley Herbs. As the colder weather begins to move into the northerly reaches and higher eleveations of the Western hemisphere, there’s been much talk of the dreaded H1N1 as well as other virulent strains of cold and flu. The most important action yo ... Read on »
Get Set for Winter Illness Season by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Mon 01 Nov 2010 2:11pm FDA Consumer Updates While contagious viruses are active year-round, fall and winter are when we’re all most vulnerable to them. This is due in large part to people spending more time indoors with others when the weather gets cold. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates medicines and vaccines that help fig ... Read on »