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Cat Pink Eye by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Sun 19 Dec 2010 2:17pm Signs and Symptoms Cat conjunctivitis affects many felines, often chronically. It can come and go throughout a cat’s life, causing great discomfort. If left untreated, the more severe cases of this disease can even cause blindness. As a pet owner, it’s always a good idea to be familiar with the symptoms of conjunctivitis so that ... Read on »
How does Railway Inquiry make lives easier? by Sunil G. Facebook Posted Sat 19 Jul 2014 3:30am Railways have always been more than just a mode of transport. They have tied a knot with the feelings and faith of the people and have been serving them forever. Although it has been functioning for more than 150 years not, but the system has evolved continuously from the way it was long time back. With the advent of Internet, Railways Inquiry, B ... Read on »
The Dreaded Pink Eye Strikes Again! by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 24 Mar 2009 3:17pm One of my twins came home from preschool on Monday with pink eye. It’s the second time in just a few months, and he also had it a year ago (along with his twin brother). Unfortunately, pink eye, also called conjunctivitis, is highly contagious, so it tends to circulate frequently in the schools. The first sign for my kids is usually the “gunk ... Read on »
Online Child case-2 18-month-old boy with fever and cough by Dr. Rakesh Kumar Posted Wed 15 Apr 2009 12:49am This online homoeopathic consultation was requested by mother who had decided to treat his son homeopathically and have already brought in a homoeopathic kit "Helios Homeopathy 36 Remedies" This 18-month-old boy has had an intermittent fever and cold for the past 8 days. Fever usually occurred in the morning with greenish yellow crusty mucus i ... Read on »
Itchy Eyes by Daria Posted Tue 05 Jan 2010 12:00am One thing I’ve noticed since quitting Taxotere is that my eyes don’t water any more. They now feel puffy and itchy from the Xeloda. My nose is still a Kleenex hog tho. I had a full nose with Taxotere but this is different, it’s now runny as opposed to being full of mucus. So last night I was rubbing my eyes quite a bit and decided ... Read on »
Mucus is a Savior by Selena Facebook Posted Wed 21 Jul 2010 8:00am Image by blatantgizmo via Flickr I should probably start by saying I am not a medical professional and this post does not constitute medical advice. That said, I am now going to comment on medical advice I got that turned out to be not so helpful and my own personal Internet research that provides an explanation why. Which means I've met ... Read on »
A tale of two oils by Dhrumil Purohit Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 3:53pm When I first started eating a raw food diet it was all about olive oil. Everything I made from dressing to massaged kale had olive oil in it. I love it and felt great. Over a period of time, as I continued the detox process, I started noticing that on days that I used olive oil I would end up having more mucus in my eyes/nose. Then a good ... Read on »
DOCTOR MY EYES...MIGHT NEED HELP by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 10 Jun 2012 12:00am OK, where were you in the summer and fall of 1972?  Yes, that's 40 years ago!  Helpful Buckeye can tell you that I was well into my curriculum in veterinary medical school at Ohio State...and doing a little substitute teaching on the side to help put food on the table.  I was doing the teaching at a mid-sized public school in subu ... Read on »
Vitamin A – it can catch anyone’s eyes! by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 4:34pm Vitamin A is medically known as the ‘retinol’. It is stored in the liver and maintains healthy bones, teeth and especially soft tissues as we have them in our eyes. It also protects mucus membrane that line important organs such as nose, mouth, lungs and throat from various infections. The word ‘retinol’ is given since Vitamin A produces the pi ... Read on »
Trick of the Trade: Easy ocular application of fluoroscein by Michelle Lin Medical Doctor Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm Gently instilling a fluorescein drop into a patient's eye requires that the patient keep his/her eye still. What do you do for a patient who can't quite stay still enough, such as an infant? This is an innovative trick of the trade, written by Dr. Sam Ko (Loma Linda EM resident) and Kimberly Chan (Loma Linda medical student). A 14-month old ... Read on »