All Infections Topics

Flesh Eating Bacteria

Flesh eating bacteria is a serious and dangerous infection. Find what it is, what symptoms it shows (with video), how to diagnose and how to treat it here.

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Uses for Ketoconazole Shampoo

Ketoconazole shampoo is often prescribed for people with dandruff or who have a skin condition known as pityriasis (tinea versicolor). Here’re all the things you should know when using it.

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Understanding the Widal Test

The Widal test is an agglutination test employed in the serological diagnosis of enteric fever, aka typhoid. Who needs a Widal test? How it works? What are Widal test normal values? All this will be clearly explained here.

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Difficulty Urinating Explained: Why and What to Do

Difficulty urinating or trouble peeing is painful and embarrassing. It can indicate certain disease even cancer, so finding the causes and proper treatment is vital.

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Coconut Oil for Candida

Candida is a fungal infection that is caused due to the fungi Candida albicans. When the pH balance of the body is disrupted it produces an infection in the body. Coconut oil can be used as a remedy for curing Candida infection.

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Sinus Pressure Points

There are sinus pressure points around the body that can help to relieve the discomfort and prevent you from getting a sinus infection. Here comes with steps and a few helpful tips for relieving this pressure with home remedies.

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How Long Is Shingles Contagious?

While shingles are not contagious, the virus that causes shingles can be spread from one person to another. Here are the details of shingles, the chickenpox virus, and what to do to avoid spreading it from one person to another.

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Most Deadly Virus

Most deadly viruses have increased mortality rates and spread of deadly diseases. Researchers are still working to find efficient, safe and cost effective vaccines to overcome the ill effects of these modern viruses.

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How Do Viruses Reproduce?

Viruses are structured to reproduce and they do this in two ways, using the lytic cycle and lysogenic cycle. The pace of reproduction differs but the process is the same. They invade a host cell and begin to multiply before killing the cell.

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