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Wouter H. Facebook

London, United Kingdom
I am keen for parents (and doctors!) to know how to support a physiological fever and to stamp out fever phobia -  teach parents to check for a dangerous underlying infection rather than checking temperatures.  http://www.everydaymedicine.com/fever.htm Havinga W. Giving paracetamol is unnecessary. BMJ 1997;314:discussion 1692-3   Havinga W. Time to counter...

Karen Bastille Health Maven

Ellington, Connecticut
I am a 55 year old woman living a life that includes COPD / emphysema. While my diagnosis four years ago did change some things about me - I retired from teaching to avoid colds and flu, for example - it did not change who I am. I am an active, productive and happy woman - I write, I engage in several (too many?) hobbies, I care for my granddaughter while her mother works. I believe in the title...

zay4fever

United States

Patty B.

Granbury, Texas
I lost a kidney and have just recently found a path to take because a Doctor took the time to listen and realized I was not a hypochondriac or a big overly sensitive, stressed, depressed woman. (yes, lots of justified sarcasm). I was athletic, very lean and continued to stay fit by enjoying bike rides and playing recreational co-ed softball. However, when I started a family at 25, I had...
Goals: Lose weight

mariavdv

California
When I have the flu, I am completely out. 

denguefever

California
I survived Dengue Fever twice.   All you can do is making sure you don't get bitten by the aedes mosquito.   You can read how on my website but basically:   * these mosquitoes attack from 17.00h to 09.00 and   * mosquitoes can't get through mosquito nets.

heartofcooking

Berkeley Springs, West Virginia
Creating new recipes, like creating new works of art, is one of my passions in life.  For the past twelve plus years, I’ve been a self-taught cook out of the necessity to feed myself allergy-free foods.  This blossomed into a career I never imagined when I began cooking for people with special diets at a healing and spiritual retreat in Warfordsburg, PA about 3 years ago. ...

hetty4christ

Chander, Arizona
I have had epilepsy almost my whole life. First from a high fever-febrile seizure. About a year later, came back hard...now back in the 70's fewer options, especially small town in MI. So Phenobarbital was the answer. My whole childhood had atypical absence seizures-felt them coming on. They took a brief turn in my teens (hormones) And with stress after I got married 1st time-they started to...
Communities: Exercise, Yoga, Sleep & Dreams , ...

MissMoo17

Seattle, Washington
Have had FMS for 3 years since its onset caused by a flu shot. Then had big MVA resulting in soft tissue injuries and whiplash- just for some more fun;-( Getting better but VERY slowly. Still have sleep issues and tire easily. Am using alot of supplements and try to exercise (walking and yoga) when I can. Presently not working but hope to be soon. Planning a trip this spring.