Cercarial Dermatitis Treatment: Summers Itch

Cercarial dermatitis, which is most often called swimmers or summers itch is linked to a form of schistomsomes specie, cercariae. When an individual has an allergic reaction to these parasites, which normally infect migratory birds, seagulls, and mammals that reside in fresh or brackish water environments, a skin eruption will occur. The cercariae parasite appears to have a chemotropic reaction on the human skin.

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Delayed Phase Sleep Disorder

Millions of individuals suffer from delayed sleep phase syndrome or DSPS. This sleep disorder is characterized, by a delay in the sleep pattern of 2 hours or longer. This delay can cause many issues with trying to arise at a decent early morning hour, which makes it difficult for the individual to hold down a dayshift job. Delayed Sleep Syndrome If

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Oesophagus Cancer Symptoms

In 2015, it is estimated that nearly 16,980 new cases of esophageal cancer will be recorded, in the United States alone and 3,410 of those will be females (SEER). The esophagus is part of the digestive system and is a muscular tube that connects the throat and stomach. Once food is chewed and swallowed, it will move down the esophagus

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Vapor Cigarettes Health Risk

The electronic cigarette has become a very popular pastime for adolescents and adults, alike. While many traditional cigarette smokers are turning to these alternative products to try and kick the tobacco habit, they are not familiar with the vapor cigarette health risks. The manufacturers of these products want you to think that they pose no health risks. Dangers of Vapor

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Hot Shower Benefits

If you are a firm believer of all-natural products, you most likely understand the benefits of hot and cold therapy. Of course, there are a few skeptics out there, as well. It is never easy to get someone to alter their opinion on their beliefs, but this article will hopefully open up your mind to the many benefits of heat

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Tick Bites On Humans When To See A Doctor

Ticks are similar to spiders and mites, because they are arachnids. The blacklegged tick is very common and capable of transmitting anaplasmois, Lyme disease, Colorado tick fever, tularemia, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and babesiosis. By the time these vectors reach adulthood, they will be around 1″ in length and are very visible, when they get on your body, but sometimes they like to

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vitamin D deficiency Symptoms In Men

Vitamin D deficiency is classified, as having a serum 25-hydroxyvitamin concentration level of less than 30 nanomoles per liter or less than 12 nanogram per mL. Children with these laboratory findings are at a high risk for rickets and adults will be at a high risk for osteomalacia (weak bones and faulty bone formation or mineralization) (NIH). Adequate Serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D concentrations will

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Somnapure Sleep Aid Reviews

Have your tried every sleep aid under the sun, but have not found any relief for your insomnia? If so, you should consider Somnapure, because it contains all-natural ingredients to help you fall to sleep faster and it is available, without a prescription. Inadequate Sleep Inadequate sleep can definitely alter someone’s life for the worse. If you suffer from intermittent

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Pain In Finger Joints And How To Unjam A Finger

While many individuals suffer from arthritic diseases that cause mild to severe pain in the body joints, other will experience the occasional pain in finger joints. This type of pain is most likely due to an injury or trauma, but the most common cause is jammed finger. Of course, if you experience this type of trauma, you will most likely know, when

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