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How Pathogens Make Us Sick Infection with a pathogen does not necessarily lead to disease. Infection occurs when viruses, bacteria, or other microbes enter your body and begin to multiply. Disease occurs when the cells in your body are damaged as a result of infection and signs and symptoms of an illness appear. The incidence of disease among those infected varies greatly depending on the particular pathogen and individual susceptibility. Many of the symptoms that make a person suffer during an infection fever, malaise, headache, rash result from the activities of the immune system trying to eliminate the infection from the body. In response to infection, your immune system springs into action. White blood cells, antibodies, and other mechanisms go to work to rid your body of the foreign invader. Indeed, many of the symptoms that make a person suffer during an infection fever, malaise, headache, rash result from the activities of the immune system trying to eliminate the infection from the body. Pathogenic microbes challenge the immune system in many ways. Viruses make us sick by killing cells or disrupting cell function. Our bodies often respond with fever (heat inactivates many viruses), with the secretion of a chemical called interferon (which blocks viruses from reproducing), or by marshaling the immune system’s antibodies and other cells to target the invader. Many bacteria make us sick in the same way that viruses do, but they also have other strategies at their disposal. Sometimes bacteria multiply so rapidly they crowd out host tissues and disrupt normal function. Sometimes they kill cells and tissues outright. Sometimes they make toxins that can paralyze, destroy cells’ metabolic machinery, or precipitate a massive immune reaction that is itself toxic.
12 Sep 2017
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How to Reduce Eczema Itching Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, affects every age group, but most often arises in infancy or young childhood years. It consists of dry skin and a red itchy rash that can be found anywhere on the body, but is most commonly located on the bends of the arms and the backs of the knees.[1] It is commonly associated with other allergic-type conditions, meaning that people with food allergies, asthma, or hay fever are more likely to have eczema as well.[2] It also has a tendency to run in families. One of the most challenging symptoms to manage can be the itch, so read on to find out strategies to manage and reduce itching and scratching! 1 Choose fragrance-free products for sensitive skin. This includes products such as soap and laundry detergent, as well as things such as lotion.[4] Avoid bubble baths for children. Use non-drying, mild soaps such as Cetaphil, Dove, or Aveeno. Avoid any products that contain alcohol, as these can dry out skin. Avoid using things like fabric softeners or dryer sheets, as these usually have fragrances that can cause irritation. 2 Wear clothes with natural fibers close to your skin.[5] Fabrics such as cotton, silk, and bamboo are often less irritating on the skin than polyester.[6] Wool should be avoided, as it is known to irritate the skin. Wash new clothes before you wear them. This can help remove any agents left over from manufacturing that might irritate your skin
12 Sep 2017
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How to Treat Eczema with Diet|seborrheic dermatitis with diet Eczema is a skin condition that causes itching, irritation, and unsightly red rashes. Knowing how to manage your eczema will help improve your physical well-being and increase your self-esteem. While there is no hard scientific evidence that specific foods are linked to eczema outbreaks, many people have found certain foods make symptoms worse, while others help stave off flare ups. Understanding which foods affect your body and skin can help you take control of your eczema.
13 Sep 2017
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The length of time you're infectious for after having a viral infection depends on the type of virus involved. The infectious period often begins before you start to feel unwell or notice a rash. The infectious periods for some common viral infections are described below. Bronchitis The length of time that bronchitis is infectious varies, depending on its cause. In most cases, bronchitis is caused by the same viruses that cause the common cold or flu and you're likely to be infectious as long as you have cold or flu symptoms. Chickenpox Chickenpox is infectious from about one to two days before the rash appears until all the blisters have fully crusted or scabbed over. This is usually five to six days after the start of the rash. Common cold The common cold is infectious from a few days before your symptoms appear until all of the symptoms are gone. Most people will be infectious for around two weeks. Symptoms are usually worse during the first two to three days and this is when you're most likely to spread the virus. Flu (influenza) Flu is usually most infectious from the day your symptoms start and for a further three to seven days. Children and people with lowered immune systems may be infectious for a few days longer.
20 Sep 2017
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29 Aug 2007
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A baby’s bottom is soft, smooth and very sensitive , making it vulnerable to irritation and infection. It also has to put up with difficult conditions, spending most of the day and night wrapped tightly in a hot, damp nappy and in regular contact with urine and faeces so it’s not surprising that it has a tendency to become red and sore. So what should you do if your baby suffers from nappy rash? Well, in this video Dr Miriam Stoppard has the answers. For more on this subject go to www.bepanthen******
11 Jan 2009
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Dangerous And Rash Driver!
12 Nov 2008
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Many of us love to spend a cold winter night soaking in a nice, hot whirlpool. But if your not careful, that hour you spend relaxing could haunt you for weeks to come. Doctors say they are treating a new rash of people who are allergic to hot tubs.
8 Jan 2009
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www.CandidaYeastTreatment.NET Few are not very sure if they have a yeast infection rash. This video explains how to identify if you do and more importantly, how to get rid of it.
4 Jun 2009
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what is diaper rash and how to treat it.
12 Sep 2009
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*******www.shinglesremedy******/shingles-rash.php provides you with some facts about the shingles rash, remedies, and cure.
20 Oct 2009
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