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chicken pox treatment for kids

chicken pox treatment for kids

Posted By: Dr. Rachana

Within 24 to 48 hours after the chicken pox symptoms begin, a rash that looks like red spots appears on the chest, back, or face. Chicken pox can then spread all over the body, including inside the mouth, eyes, and ears. The spots change into blisters, which can be itchy. The blisters break open and crust over within a few days. Chicken pox usually lasts from 5 to 7 days in children. It usually is more severe and lasts longer in adults...

  • 3 months ago
Pneumonia home remedies

Pneumonia home remedies

Posted By: Dr. Rachana

Pneumonia (nu-MO-nya) is an infection in the lungs. It causes the air sacs in the lungs to fill with fluid, making it hard for you to breathe. Because viral pneumonia may develop from influenza, a yearly flu shot can help prevent pneumonia. Talk to your doctor to see if a flu shot can help you.

  • 3 months ago
Medicine for cold and cough

Medicine for cold and cough

Posted By: Dr. Rachana

Take everyday precautions. In addition, take extra care to wash your hands often with plain soap and water. Do not cough or sneeze in the baby’s face while feeding your baby, or any other time you and your baby are close. If you are ill, or coughing and sneezing, consider wearing a mask. Also wash your baby’s hands with soap and water and anything that the baby puts in its mouth like pacifiers and toys.

  • 3 months ago
Flu during pregnancy

Flu during pregnancy

Posted By: Dr. Rachana

Pregnant women are at high risk of complications from seasonal flu. Pregnancy puts stress on your heart and lungs. Pregnancy can also affect your immune system. These things increase the risk of getting the flu and of developing serious complications from the flu, such as severe pneumonia and respiratory problems. Complications from the flu may lead to miscarriage, premature labour or other pregnancy problems. If you are pregnant and think you might have the flu or have been around someone who might have the flu, it should be taken seriously. Contact your doctor.

  • 3 months ago
Homeopathic treatment for Japanese Encephalitis

Homeopathic treatment for Japanese Encephalitis

Posted By: Dr. Rachana

Japanese Encephalitis is an acute inflammation of the brain. Japanese Encephalitis is an acute inflammation (swelling) of the brain usually resulting from either a viral infection or due to the body's own immune system mistakenly attacking brain tissue. In medicine, "acute" means it comes on abruptly and develops rapidly; it usually requires urgent care. The most common causes is a viral infection. The brain becomes inflamed as a result of the body's attempt to fight off the virus.

  • 3 months ago
Preventive medicine for dengue fever

Preventive medicine for dengue fever

Posted By: Dr. Rachana

No vaccine can protect against dengue fever. Only avoiding mosquito bites can prevent it. Anyone who lives in or travels to an at-risk area can use a number of ways to avoid being bitten. If you are spending time in a tropical region, use mosquito nets that are treated with insecticide. Reduce the amount of skin exposed by wearing long pants, long-sleeved shirts, and socks, tucking pant legs into shoes or socks, and wearing a hat.

  • 3 months ago
Methods of family planning

Methods of family planning

Posted By: Dr. Rachana

214 million women of reproductive age in developing countries who want to avoid pregnancy are not using a modern contraceptive method.• Some family planning methods, such as condoms, help prevent the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.• Family planning / contraception reduces the need for abortion, especially unsafe abortion.• Family planning reinforces people’s rights to determine the number and spacing of their children.• By preventing unintended pregnancy, family planning /contraception prevents deaths of mothers and children.

  • 3 months ago
Swine flu prevention home remedies

Swine flu prevention home remedies

Posted By: Dr. Rachana

The disease is spread among pigs by direct and indirect contact, aerosols, and from pigs that are infected but do not have symptoms. In many parts of the world, pigs are vaccinated against swine flu. Most commonly, swine flu is of the H1N1 influenza subtype. However, swine flu viruses can sometimes come from other subtypes, such as H1N2, H3N1, and H3N2.

  • 3 months ago