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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 Symptoms of bacterial diseases vary depending on the type of bacterial infection, the area of the body that is infected, and other factors, such as the patient’s age and health history. The symptoms of bacterial diseases can also resemble symptoms of other diseases, such as colitis, influenza, and viral infections. The classic symptom of a bacterial infection is a fever, although not all people with a bacterial infection will have a fever. Bacterial disease symptoms can include: * Bloody urine and painful, frequent urination * Diarrhea * Flu-like symptoms (fatigue, fever, sore throat, headache, cough, aches and pains) * Irritability * Nausea and vomiting * Pain such as joint, ear or abdominal pain * Rashes, lesions and abscesses * tiff neck * Weakness In infants, signs of a bacterial disease can also include: * Bulging of the soft spot on the top of the head * Difficulty with feeding * Excessive crying or fussiness * Excessive sleepiness Serious symptoms that might indicate a life-threatening condition In some cases, bacterial diseases can result in serious or life-threatening complications, such as sepsis or kidney failure. Seek immediate medical care (call 911) if you, or someone you are with, have any of the following symptoms: * Confusion or delirium * Deep, wet chest cough that produces yellow, green or brownish phlegm * Difficulty breathing, wheezing or shortness of breath * High fever (higher than 101 degrees) * Inappropriate change in alertness or level of consciousness * Infants: sunken fontanel (soft spot) on the top of the head, lethargy, no tears with crying, and few or no wet diapers * Lethargy or unresponsiveness * Not urinating or urinating small amounts of tea-colored urine * Seizure
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 What Is Lymph Node Inflammation? Lymph nodes, or lymph glands, are small, oval-shaped organs that contain immune cells to attack and kill foreign invaders, such as viruses. They are an important part of the body’s immune system. Lymph nodes are found in various parts of the body, including the neck, armpits, and groin. They are linked by lymphatic vessels, which carry lymph a clear fluid containing white blood cells and dead and diseased tissue for disposal throughout the body. The primary function of lymph nodes is to harbor the body’s disease-fighting cells. When you are sick and your lymph nodes send out disease-fighting cells and compounds, they may become inflamed or painful. The condition of having inflamed lymph nodes is referred to as lymphadenitis. Lymph node inflammation can occur for a variety of reasons. Any infection or virus, including the common cold, can cause your lymph nodes to swell. Cancer–including blood cancer–can also cause lymph node inflammation. What Are the Symptoms of Lymph Node Inflammation? Lymph node inflammation can cause a variety of symptoms, depending on the cause of the swelling and the location of the swollen lymph nodes. Common symptoms accompanying lymph node inflammation include: upper respiratory symptoms, such as a fever, runny nose, or sore throat tender, swollen lymph glands in the neck, armpits, and groin limb swelling could indicate lymph system blockage night sweats hardening and expansion of the lymph nodes could indicate the presence of a tumor
13 Apr 2017
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Michael Davis, MD, pediatrician, discusses sore throats in kids, diagnosis and treatment.
23 Mar 2008
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This video shows that the slippery elm can be used as a sore throat remedy by making sore throat lozenges. This sore throat home remedy uses slippery elm powder. It is an excellent herbal cough remedy. Watch and learn about the slippery elm.
29 Sep 2008
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KitchenDaily - Shake it Up - Sore Throat Soother http://video.aol.com/aolvideo/aol-living/kitchendaily-shake-it-up-sore-throat-soother/62965679001
27 Oct 2010
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Sore Throat Remedies For Home
27 Sep 2012
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http://www.sorethroatremediess.com/, Information about sore throat, Sore Throat Remedies and related problems like cough, tonsils lungs problem. It also gives advice as to how you can treat these problems, how these problems are caused and some facts about smoking. So read and explore more and gain some of the health benefits.
7 Jun 2013
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No One Wants a Sore Throat Article highlights: 1. Sore throats are common and easily managed at home. 2. Get at least two liters of water per day to avoid dehydration. 3. Drink lemon and water throughout the day. 4. Warm soups, teas, or simply honey and water are good. 5. Wash your hands often and store your toothbrush head in Listerine. 6. Keep the air humidified. 7. Try some lozenges. 8. Try a gargle of honey, ginger, and lemon. 9. Gargle with sage and water several times a day. 10. Drink clove tea and add some licorice too. Read more: http://j.mp/29LX9XF #HomeRemedy #HomeRemedies #PersonalCare #NaturalRemedy
15 Aug 2016
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Youll need: Barley 1/4 cup Sugar You pick of an orange, lemon or lime What to do: Add the barley to the pot and enough hot water to cover the barley. Boil the barley for 5 mins then strain. Discard the water as it will taste very bitter. Now boil the barley again for 15mins in approx 4 cups of hot water then strain. Add sugar to taste and if you like half of an orange, lemon or lime. Best served cold.
28 Sep 2007
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Holy basil is widely known and accepted as tulasi. Regular intake of this supplement effectively addresses ailments like cough, cold, flu, throat infections, and difficulties in breathing. Healing properties of tulasi are world-renowned and even documented in Ayurveda.
25 Jan 2012
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Le Singing Banana makes performance with sore throat.
13 Nov 2006
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November 2006 (Medialink) - Call it a perfect storm for sniffles. When the busiest travel day of the year collides with cold and flu season, travelers may bring home more than just leftovers this holiday season. A new study conducted by Westin Hotels finds that 79% of travelers have taken flights while feeling sick, and nearly one-third regret their decision to travel while ill. One-fifth say flying exacerbated their symptoms. Add to that dehydration, which impacts nearly three-quarters of travelers; congestion, which plagues 44% of us while flying; sleep disruption, which affects 60% of travelers; and being trapped in close quarters on planes - and conditions are ripe for all sorts of ailments. The study was commissioned to understand the physical condition of travelers; and partnered with Prevention Magazine to develop remedies to help renew guests and combat common ailments. So if traveling makes you sick this season, save some room on your plate for an aloe and pineapple sorbet designed to sooth sore throats; a kiwi 'boost juice' loaded with vitamin C for cold relief; and 'liquid yoga' - a tasty apricot tonic to induce relaxation and bring on sleep. The "Travelers' Renewal Program" at Westin also provides preventative measures designed to keep illness at bay - including things like complimentary hand sanitizer, fruit and water in its lobbies. Now, you have a real bona fide excuse to check out of your in-laws' and into a hotel this Thanksgiving. Produced for Westin Hotels
5 Jan 2007
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Public Urged to Attend Free Screenings on Friday, April 20 The Yul Brynner Head and Neck Cancer Foundation YBF urges Americans to get screened for cancer during the 2007 Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week OHANCAW, April 16-22. The week is highlighted by a nationwide day of free screenings at more than 150 medical centers on Friday, April 20. For more information and to find a screening site near you log onto www.headandneck.org. According to the American Cancer Society, this year more than 40,000 Americans will be diagnosed with cancers of the head and neck which include cancers of the oral cavity, larynx and pharynx and 7,550 will die. When diagnosed very early, oral and other head and neck cancers can be more easily treated without significant complications, and the chances of survival greatly increase, said Terry Day, M.D., President of the Yul Brynner Head and Neck Cancer Foundation YBF, Associate Professor, Department of Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery, Medical University of South Carolina, and Director, Division of Head & Neck Oncologic Surgery, Hollings Cancer Center, Medical University of South Carolina. However, many Americans do not recognize the symptoms of these cancers, which makes screening very important, especially for those who are at high risk, such as tobacco and alcohol users. According to Dr. Day, there has recently been an increasing incidence of some of these cancers in young adults who do not smoke and some researchers have revealed an association with human papillomavirus HPV. About OHNC Oral, head and neck cancer OHNC refers to a variety of cancers that develop in the head and neck region, such as the oral cavity mouth; the pharynx throat; paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity; the larynx voice box; thyroid and salivary glands; the skin of the face and neck; and the lymph nodes in the neck. Common warning signs of OHNC are: Red or white patch in the mouth that lasts more than two weeks Change in voice or hoarseness that lasts more than two weeks Sore throat that does not subside Pain or swelling in the mouth or neck that does not subside Lump in the neck Other warning signs that occur during later stages of the disease include: Ear pain Difficulty speaking or swallowing Difficulty breathing The most effective prevention strategy remains the cessation of risky behaviors such as smoking, use of chewing tobacco and excessive alcohol consumption. More than 85 percent of head and neck cancers are related to tobacco use, while others may have a relationship to viral causes such as HPV and Epstein Barr Virus EBV.
2 Apr 2007
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Never suffer from another sore throat
3 Jan 2008
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DadLabs Ep. 248 The Lab - The battle against snot rages across a nation ravaged by cold and flu season. Into this mucoid landscape step two shining, antihistamine heroes. Daddy Brad and Daddy Clay pull back the tissue and reveal the truth about caring for your bugger-nosed babe all brought to you by our friends at BabyBjorn. The truth about cough and cold medicines for kids may surprise you. You may think this video is funny, but it's snot. If your child has a fever, persistent cough, sore throat, etc take them to the doctor. But for kids under 6 years of age with symptoms of the common cold, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, store bought cold medications and cough syrups are ineffective. Best defense it to wash your hands and remember to scrub for at least 20 seconds. And for those of you with kids in day care, please don't dose and dump.
14 Jan 2008
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DadLabs Ep. 248 The Lab - The battle against snot rages across a nation ravaged by cold and flu season. Into this mucoid landscape step two shining, antihistamine heroes. Daddy Brad and Daddy Clay pull back the tissue and reveal the truth about caring for your bugger-nosed babe all brought to you by our friends at BabyBjorn. The truth about cough and cold medicines for kids may surprise you. You may think this video is funny, but it's snot. If your child has a fever, persistent cough, sore throat, etc take them to the doctor. But for kids under 6 years of age with symptoms of the common cold, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, store bought cold medications and cough syrups are ineffective. Best defense it to wash your hands and remember to scrub for at least 20 seconds. And for those of you with kids in day care, please don't dose and dump.
15 Jan 2008
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