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  • Bed Bug Infestation

    How can bed bugs get into my home? They can come from other infested areas or from used furniture.[health.ny.gov] Bed bugs have been around for a long time, as has their association with humans.[bbc.com] If you see signs of bed bugs, call the hotel desk or tell your host right away. Take extra care with your luggage when you get home from a trip.[healthfinder.gov] "People may have bed bugs and not know it because many people have no physical reaction to bed bug bites," Orkin Entomologist Dr. Ron Harrison told AOL .[thisisinsider.com] I asked. “They don’t itch, I didn’t think they were anything to worry about,” she said.[theawl.com] This preparation should be conducted whether you are doing the treatment yourself or hiring a professional.[epa.gov] Many of us didn't even know they were real.[animals.howstuffworks.com] […] your home is infested or why you do — or don't — have a bedbugs problem, you need to know this. 1.[goodhousekeeping.com] But looking for bedbug bites might not be the best way to tell if you have an infestation.[livescience.com]

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  • False Labor

    How does false labor feel like? How does true labor feel like? How is true labor different from false labor? How to ease a false labor? When to call your doctor?[momjunction.com] The relationship of cervical dilatation to the time interval from discharge home to delivery was also analyzed.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] When faced with a contraction, either near or well before your due date, you can usually tell which type it is in five simple ways: False Labor True Labor Contractions are[pregnancy.about.com] CONCLUSIONS: A positive fetal fibronectin in women who have false labor indicates a significant risk for preterm labor and early delivery.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] […] sure enough I fall asleep![babyandbump.momtastic.com] RE: How do I stop false labor? I'm pretty sure it's false labor, it is varying greatly in timing, I've had no show and the baby hasn't dropped.[answers.yahoo.com] False labor can appear in many forms. Many people will feel Braxton Hicks contractions for months, and associate this as false labor.[babiesonline.com] So, how can you tell if you are in false labor or real labor?[justmommies.com] So how can you tell the difference between the “real thing” and the still uncomfortable-yet false contractions? Lets first talk about the real deal.[empowher.com]

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  • Seasonal Mood Disorder

    But what exactly is the disorder, what are the symptoms and how is it treated? Here's what we know...[thesun.co.uk] Seasonal depression is a mood disorder that happens every year at the same time.[webmd.com] What that tells us is that whatever other forces are at work, light rules!"[self.com] It also runs in families, so you're more likely to develop SAD if you have a close relative with it.[thelist.com] What can I do if I have “winter blues” or Sad?[theguardian.com] There are many, many questions about how to use light therapy best.[normanrosenthal.com] And you can’t seem to get pumped about stuff that normally excites you.[time.com] How can seasonal affective disorder be treated? The most popular form of depression treatment for this disorder is light therapy.[casapalmera.com] I don’t feel any worse in February than I do in June, which further compels me to think I had SAD.[nbcnews.com]

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  • Sunburn

    For questions about your sunburn or to learn how to better protect your skin from the sun, see a board-certified dermatologist .[aad.org] The time course of hyperalgesia over 96 h was studied in a subgroup of 12 subjects.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Do not give aspirin to anyone younger than age 20 unless your doctor tells you to.[web.archive.org] The campaign is estimated to have reduced the number of skin cancer cases with 664 annually in 2040 and 14.326 totally during 2007 to 2040.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] How do I know if my skin’s sun-sensitive?[cancerresearchuk.org] Memorize these 8 sunscreen dos and don’ts before you hit the beach![rd.com] Epidemiology How many melanomas might be prevented if more people applied sunscreen regularly? A.C.[doi.org] Tight clothes can rub you raw and make you even more prone to peeling, while synthetic materials can irritate your tender skin.[womenshealthmag.com] How can I reduce the redness? How do I reduce the redness of my sunburn if I have to be in the sun in school?[wikihow.com]

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  • Overeating

    Here’s a look at why you’re probably overeating and how to be more mindful at mealtimes.[healthline.com] It was hypothesized that overtime work is associated with stress responses and later dinner times, leading to longer periods of time without eating, and that this, in turn[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Just because the clock tells you it's time to eat doesn't mean you should David Kessler, MD and author of The End of Overeating tells Fitbie.com that structuring mealtimes[dailymail.co.uk] Numerous studies by behavioural eating researcher Brian Wansick have shown that the more food we have around, and the more of it we can see, the more of it we will eat.[bodyandsoul.com.au] I exercise but I can’t lose weight” “When I snack, I eat until the food is gone” “I feel guilty about enjoying food” “I just don’t have enough willpower” “I struggle to control[smartnutrition.ca] What can I do? – Maya* The first thing to do is to figure out if your overeating is something that happens occasionally or all of the time.[kidshealth.org] Do you ever feel like you can’t stop eating? Everyone does sometimes.[health.clevelandclinic.org] But no matter how disciplined I ate, no matter how many fitness classes I did, I never felt like I reached the “after” picture.[tinybuddha.com] Our natural urge to do what those around us are doing, and not set ourselves apart or alienate other people by declining to eat, can contribute to overeating.[theatlantic.com]

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  • Muscle Cramp

    I have a severe cramping on my fingers durimg my pregancy, how can I prevent it? How do you relieve spasms in the rib cage? How do I treat a cramped shin muscle?[wikihow.com] Yes, some MagniLife users experience severe cramps several times a day and keep the tablets with them at all times to help relieve the cramps within 5 minutes. * How do I[magnilife.com] Watch Video: What Is Your Back Muscle Spasm Telling You?[spine-health.com] Muscle cramps are often associated with lower motoneuron disorders, but features of cramps in Machado-Joseph disease patients have never been studied.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] I have no idea what's in it; I do know I recommend it if you get muscle cramps anywhere in your body. It even works on hand and finger cramps! Great stuff.[amazon.com] Do you ever get muscle cramps? If so, it can be helpful to know what to do when you get them.[wonderopolis.org] Many people think of using a physical agent like ice for a cramp.[expertbeacon.com] If you prevent the Golgi tendon organ from working, like in a marathon when you want your legs to continually churn out the miles, the result will be increased firing from[todayifoundout.com] Have A Question about Muscle Cramps? Do you have a question about Muscle Cramps? Ask it here![easy-immune-health.com]

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  • Vulvodynia

    Meditation and guided imagery are two examples of how you can reduce stress and relax your mind and muscles.[myhealth.alberta.ca] As time when on, the pain became worse, it felt like someone was stabbing me with a knife and burning me at the same time.[self.com] You will need to tell the doctor if sex has been a problem at any time. Stresses in your life may be relevant as well.[middlesexmd.com] However, if you think you have vulvodynia or know someone that does, you don’t have to suffer in silence![lunette.com] Assumptions were being made about me, I felt, because I was a student, and I was embarrassed that neither my GP nor the clinic staff would believe I was having safe sex.[theguardian.com] Do you physically withdraw or panic during gynecological exams?[whensexhurts.com] Many of our patients have been told there is nothing wrong or have been misdiagnosed. This seems to be a common hardship than many have endured.[uthealthaustin.org] Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible). WORD OF THE DAY broken-down or lacking composure Get Word of the Day daily email![merriam-webster.com] Do not insert entire dilator: leave larger, round flat end outside of vaginal opening. IMPORTANT: Do not walk around with dilator inserted.[vuvatech.com]

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  • Upper Back Pain

    Here are ten things to try when you need to know how to get rid of upper back pain.[elitespinehouston.com] The relaxation time values of the nucleus pulposus (NP) were recorded and all discs were visually graded according to Pfirrman's grading system.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] “Breathe,” I tell myself. I can’t say I ever thought I’d be willing to pay someone to almost choke me with a medieval weighted torture device.[scdlifestyle.com] Maybe you have heard your chiropractor mention a condition called, T4 syndrome . I find that a lot of people have tenderness over the T4-5-6 vertebrae region.[chirocentre.co.uk] Because I can do it in my kitchen, I have no excuse for not doing it every day.[daystofitness.com] In many cases, everyday habits are the underlying causes of many of these types of back issues.[stopbackpainnaturally.com] It can be difficult to tell the treatment that will work until the cause of the upper back pain has been fully solidified in the patient.[brentbowenmd.com] Roger tells us his amazing journey to healing and regaining full mobility and liberation, with the expertise provided by Halsa Care Group.[halsagroup.co.uk] Reporting pain at baseline gave over three times higher risk of reporting it at follow-up.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

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  • Mosquito Bite

    But only in a dumb I-don’t-know-how-fingers-work sort of way. I scratch the perimeter—never the center—of my bites with my knuckles.[intothegloss.com] It accomplishes this by discharging 13KV at 0.7mA for 10 microseconds over the area of the bite or sting each time it is activated.[clinicaltrials.gov] Shutterstock/topnatthapon One tell-tale sign that you've been bitten by a bed bug is when you find dark red or black stains on your bed sheets.[thisisinsider.com] Watch for these symptoms: Most people infected with Zika virus will have no symptoms or will have only mild symptoms which can include: rash fever nausea red eyes vomiting[canada.ca] Consider avoiding outdoor activities during these times -- or take extra care to use repellent and protective clothing during evening and early morning. » What can I do around[eportal.mountsinai.ca] For this reason, many species of mosquitoes also include anaesthetic substances in the salivary cocktail.[metode.org] If you want to stay safe, a little bug spray goes a long way, but that doesn’t have to mean you have to slather your skin with DEET.[bestlifeonline.com] How can I stop mosquito bites from itching? Fortunately for us, there are some treatments for mosquito bites that can help reduce redness and swelling.[jcehrlich.com] How does witch hazel work? It works as an astringent through a natural chemical it contains called tannin.[draxe.com]

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  • Sinusitis

    Understand the causes, symptoms and treatment of sinusitis including how to use natural cure and home remedy to prevent sinus infections and acute sinusitis.[sinusinfectionhelp.com] Inhale steam 2 to 4 times per day (for example, while sitting in the bathroom with the shower running). Spray with nasal saline several times per day. Use a humidifier.[nlm.nih.gov] General Characteristics of Viral Colds It is often difficult to tell if an illness is just a viral cold or if it is complicated by a bacterial infection of the sinuses.[healthychildren.org] According to the AAAAI, taking antibiotics will not help you feel better—and might have unpleasant side effects that could leave you feeling worse.[consumerreports.org] Imaging revealed diffuse sinus opacification and a Le Fort type I complex fracture involving the maxilla, pterygoid plates, clivus, and right nasal bridge.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] If you do have sinusitis, you may be prescribed an antibiotic, especially if preventive drainage strategies aren't helping.[health.harvard.edu] Medicine Nasal steroid sprays are helpful for many people, but most people still do not get full relief of symptoms with these medicines.[web.archive.org] You cannot open your eye. You have vision changes, such as double vision. Your eyeball bulges out or you cannot move your eye.[drugs.com] CrossRef Google Scholar Volume 110 , Issue 10 October 1996 , pp. 926-928 Antral washouts have been widely used in the management of chronic sinusitis.[doi.org]

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