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....

What Causes Low Platelets?

Platelets, or thrombocytes, are described as “small, irregularly-shaped anuclear cells (i.e. cells that do not have a nucleus containing DNA), 2-3 µm in diameter which are derived from fragmentation of precursor megakaryocytes”; megakaryocytes are bone marrow cells and the platelets are able to enter the bloodstream through broken megakaryocytes caused by thrombopoietin (hormone that maintains the platelet count). Platelets, red cells and plasma largely make up the composition of human and animal...

Hypothermia Treatment

Defining Hypothermia Hypothermia is a condition where a person’s core body temperature goes down far below the temperature required for normal metabolism. A human being’s body temperature is almost always constantly maintained at 36.5 to 37.5 degrees Celsius or 98 to 100 degrees Fahrenheit. This constant body temperature is maintained through thermoregulation or otherwise known as homeostasis. Understanding this condition is essential in hypothermia treatment. Causes of Hypothermia Hypothermia...

Chlamydia Symptoms

Aside from gonorrhea, the world is hampered by another sexually transmitted disease called Chlamydia. It is caused by the presence of a particular bacterium referred to as Chlamydia trachomatis. This infection is transmitted via oral sex, anal sex and vaginal sex. This disease can also affect the eyes, which is one of the most common causes of blindness all over the world. Help fight off the minor and major Chlamydia symptoms by learning the different ways of diagnosing and treating this medical...

Flu Treatment

There are a variety of flu treatments that may be used when one catches influenza. This basically shows that there are a variety of approaches that people go for when they get the flu. You can choose from therapies, medications, symptomatic treatment, and others. What one has to consider when looking for a mode of treatment is avoiding bogus and fraudulent products that claim to cure the disease. Symptomatic Treatment Symptomatic treatment is sometimes the very thing that patients want to get. Relief...

Symptoms of MS

MS, which stands for multiple sclerosis, is also known by other names like encephalomyelitis disseminate and disseminated sclerosis. Classified as an autoimmune disease, patients usually suffer from immune response attacks on their very own central nervous system, particularly in the spinal cord and brain. These events often result to demyelination. When left untreated, this medical condition can lead to neuropsychiatric disorder and cognitive disability. Find out more about this health problem...

Alzheimer’s Symptoms

Exactly what causes this disease is unclear. However, the symptoms are well known so that people can take the appropriate and necessary steps to handle the situation. The early symptoms include gradual memory loss. This makes it hard to perform day to day activities. Eventually it reaches the point when awareness of time and location becomes difficult. Some problems with speaking will occur. Over time, the symptoms are followed by difficulty in thinking. Reasoning becomes hard and usage of other...

Chronic Heart Disease

Definition of Chronic Heart Disease Chronic heart Disease may be defined as a disease that progressively causes deterioration of the heart and its functioning. Heart disease is widespread worldwide and has been estimated to be the leading cause of death in the United States and other western countries. It has been deduced that lowering bad cholesterol levels and controlling pre-existing conditions such as hypertension and diabetes may lower an individual’s risk of developing chronic heart...

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