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  • Insect Bite

    Have kids shower as soon as they come in from outdoors. Check your pets when they come inside, too. Use tick products on pets to prevent them from being bitten.[kidshealth.org] Check kids for ticks every few hours and as soon as you come inside. Remove any you find immediately.[kidshealth.org]

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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Comes in 220 mg tablets. Can take 220 mg - 440 mg twice daily with food.[campushealth.unc.edu] Comes in 325 or 500 mg tablets. Can take 650-1000 mg 3 times daily. Do not exceed 4,000 mg/24 hrs. Some OTC cold and flu medications contain acetaminophen.[campushealth.unc.edu] Comes in 200 mg tablets. Can take 400-600 mg 3 times daily with food. Do not exceed 2400 mg/24 hrs. Naproxen sodium (Aleve ) - for pain/fever/inflammation.[campushealth.unc.edu]

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  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    Earlier this week my autophony was coming back quite intensely and not related to exercise so I'm become really constantly anxious whenever I swallow incase it comes back.[forums.netdoctor.co.uk] He prescribed me a steroid nasal spray (of which I haven't taken after research online of nasal sprays having an adverse effect) and told to come back in 9 months.[forums.netdoctor.co.uk]

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  • Urinary Tract Infection

    The stones have to come away from the catheter for it to allow it to come down the tract. So if I go more than three weeks, ‘cos it takes a lot of pulling to come out.[healthtalk.org] It gets tested, and it comes back and says, “Well, you need to take this antibiotic.”[healthtalk.org] And then stuff would go off for testing, come back and it would be responsive to various antibiotics.[healthtalk.org]

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  • Sinusitis

    Very occasionally it may come about after diving into polluted water or flying with a cold .[netdoctor.co.uk] Acute sinusitis This condition comes on usually after a cold or upper respiratory tract infection.[netdoctor.co.uk]

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  • Pharyngitis

    If the test comes back negative, then you likely have a viral infection.[everydayhealth.com] If the rapid, in-clinic test comes back positive, then you almost certainly have a bacterial infection.[everydayhealth.com]

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  • Acute Bronchitis

    Chronic bronchitis keeps coming back and can last a long time, especially in people who smoke.[northshore.org] Acute means the condition comes on quickly and goes away in a short time, usually within 3 to 10 days. Chronic means a condition lasts a long time and often comes back.[saintlukeshealthsystem.org] Acute bronchitis comes on suddenly and usually clears up in a few days. Chronic bronchitis lasts for a long period of time, and it can come and go over several years.[encyclopedia.com]

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  • Sunburn

    How come some people just get tan and don't burn at all?[elitedaily.com] But along with the all those hours spent outdoors during the summer season, there usually comes one inevitable thing: sunburn.[healthline.com] So when your body senses a lot of sun on your skin, melanin comes to the rescue to protect your cells from getting any damage. How come it turns red?[elitedaily.com]

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  • Skin Infection

    When the blisters break, the top layer of skin comes off — leaving a red, raw surface that looks like a burn.[mayoclinic.org] Symptoms come on quickly, usually within hours of eating a contaminated food. Symptoms usually disappear quickly, too, often lasting just half a day.[mayoclinic.org]

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  • Dementia

    January 2019 Bart De Strooper: ‘Bright young scientists won’t come to join us in UK’ Published: 20 Jan 2019 Bart De Strooper: ‘Bright young scientists won’t come to join us[theguardian.com] Live one day at a time and cope with things as they come. Involve the person with the diagnosis as much as possible in future plans for their care.[apa.org] Plan as many things in advance as possible when it comes to future care so that later on, family members will be able to follow their loved one’s plan.[apa.org]

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