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  • Osteoporosis

    Every day, our body breaks down old bone and puts new bone in its place. As we get older, our bones break down more bone than they put back.[niams.nih.gov] Osteoporosis is a disease in which your bones become weak and are more likely to break.[niams.nih.gov] If you have osteoporosis you are more likely to break bones in your hip, spine, and wrist. Our bones are alive.[niams.nih.gov]

  • Skin Infection

    Once they break open, the sores may form a yellow-brown crust.[health.howstuffworks.com] Any break in the skin can get infected.[texaschildrenshealthplan.org] Adults can also get impetigo if a wound or break is present on the skin.[health.howstuffworks.com]

  • Insect Bite

    Insect bite and sting , break in the skin or puncture caused by an insect and complicated by introduction into the skin of the insect’s saliva, venom, or excretory products[britannica.com] The tick should be removed as a whole and while removing care should be taken not to break it off so as to leave behind the mouthparts of the tick within the skin.[news-medical.net] Description For those allergic to bites and stings, their skin breaks out in hives, the eyes itch, the chest and throat feel constricted, a dry cough comes on, and there is[healthcentral.com]

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    This helps to break up the mucous and then you can suction the secretions with a bulb syringe.[farrellpediatrics.com] Guaifenesin is an over-the-counter medication that helps to break up thick mucus. This may be useful for treating cough during a URI.[care.american-rhinologic.org] The Health Center is closed during college breaks.[hope.edu]

  • Sunburn

    If you get blisters, don’t break them.[healthline.com] When the blisters break and the skin peels, dried fragments may be removed and an antiseptic ointment or hydrocortisone cream may be applied.[cdc.gov] If blisters break on their own, clean the area with mild soap and water, and cover the area with a wet dressing.[healthline.com]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    September 30, 2011 · Updated February 7, 2013 This time of year brings so many fond memories to mind: jumping in piles of leaves (after someone else rakes them preferably), breaking[pedemmorsels.com]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Often, there may be additional symptoms, such as breaking out in sweat, trouble breathing and sometimes nausea and diarrhea. How can respiratory infections be diagnosed?[montavit.com]

  • Influenza

    Find out more Register now From breaking news to debate and conversation, we bring you the news as it happens Whether you’re looking to buy or rent, OneRoof.co.nz has everything[nzherald.co.nz] Get free unlimited access to Breaking News Business of Medicine Expert Perspective Breaking News Stay informed on the latest advances in medical literature, by regulatory[medscape.com] One article noted that "depletion has been carried to such an extent that the practitioners are brought very near the breaking point," (BMJ, 11/2/1918).[virus.stanford.edu]

  • Streptococcal Infection

    This may occur when a person has sores or other breaks in the skin that allow the bacteria to get into the tissue.[health.ny.gov] In addition, breaks in the skin, like cuts, surgical wounds or chickenpox may provide an opportunity for the bacteria to enter the body.[www1.nyc.gov] In addition, any breaks in the skin (e.g. cuts, wounds) may provide an opportunity for the bacteria to enter the body. How is GAS treated?[algomapublichealth.com]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Do not crush, chew or break the extended-release tablet, swallow the tablet whole. When taking the oral liquid, swallow it without chewing the medicine.[corpohs.com] For more DAILY VIEWS, The News' contributor network, click here. nydailynews.com/tags/daily-views Sign up for BREAKING NEWS Emails Tags: daily views uti urinary tract infection[nydailynews.com] Get free unlimited access to Breaking News Business of Medicine Expert Perspective Breaking News Stay informed on the latest advances in medical literature, by regulatory[medscape.org]

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