Morgellons Disease

Morgellons Disease or Morgellons Syndrome  refers to a condition that is referred to by the Centers for Disease Control as an unexplained dermopathy. It is characterized by a range of skin-related symptoms such as crawling sensations on and under the skin, fibers on or under the skin and lesions or rashes that are persistent. There is question as to whether this newly identified disease is actually a new disease, because of its similarity to another existing condition known as Delusional Parasitosis....

Symptoms of Hypoglycemia

Known as a medical term used to refer to a health condition in which the body produces lower than the required blood glucose, hypoglycemia has different symptoms but all these lead to neuroglycopenia. The after effects of this condition include unconsciousness, seizures, death as well as permanent brain damage. To prevent these effects, it is important that patients know the early, minor and major symptoms of hypoglycemia. In addition to these, it is very beneficial if they have ideas about the proper...

Walking Pneumonia Symptoms

There are many types of pneumonia and its milder form is termed as walking pneumonia. The walking pneumonia symptoms are milder and do not require one for a best rest. Those commonly affected with walking pneumonia symptoms are children and young adults between the ages of 5 and 16. The symptoms experienced in walking pneumonia is caused by viral or bacterial infection due to an organism called mycoplasma pneumoniae or may sometimes be brought about by harmful chemical substances. The condition...

Cellulite Treatment

There are many types of cellulite treatment you can try. Although the condition is not serious, it is best if you consult a skin specialist first before trying any of these medications or medical procedures. Radiofrequency Systems and Laser Two systems can be used. One fuses infrared light, radiofrequency and negative tissue massage to eliminate cellulite. The other system uses diode laser energy and tissue massage. Sessions are usually twice weekly. The results are good up to six months. Losing...

What Causes Low Creatinine Levels?

Creatine is a nitrogenous organic acid that occurs naturally in vertebrates and helps to supply energy to muscle. It is a break-down product of creatine phosphate in muscle, and is usually produced at a fairly constant rate by the body (depending on muscle mass). On a daily basis approximately 2% of the creatine found in the body is converted to creatinine. Creatinine is transported through the bloodstream to the kidneys. The kidneys filter out most of the creatinine and dispose of it in the urine. Creatinine...

Skin Treatments

The skin is the largest organ of the human body. With that in mind it is easy to understand why the skin is susceptible to a lot of ailments. There are various skin treatments that can be used for the many different skin problems we may face. The treatments range from over the counter prescription medicines and topical creams and lotions to various therapies and prescription medicine. Here are summaries of the many skin treatments for different skin problems: Acne Treatment The most common acne treatments...

Heart Attack Symptoms

The best way to deal with a heart disease is by knowing the symptoms. Armed with the right knowledge, you’ll be able to determine the right course of action. Heart Attack Signs The most common symptom is pain in the chest area. This sensation can be a sudden sharp pain, or develop slowly. Other times the feeling is more of tightness, like the muscles are being squeezed. An indication of a possible major stroke is spreading of the pain from the chest to the shoulders. This will then extend to the...

Drug Treatment

Treatments for drug addiction can be divided into several categories. Any of the following methods may be tried. What is important is to stick to the program. Stopping treatment prematurely may lead to a relapse. Therapy Sessions and Counseling The chief aim is to get yourself off the drug and prevent relapse. The sessions can take place in three main ways: inpatient, outpatient and residential. Counselors may be able to help you overcome the temptation to take drugs. Behavior therapies on the other...

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