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  • Sunburn

    CONCLUSIONS: Ultraviolet radiation seems to influence predominantly deeper epidermal layers, whereas heat-induced burns affect more superficial epidermal layers.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] This allows the heat sensors in the nasal pits to distinguish between the heat of prey and the heat of the bat’s own face.[scientificamerican.com] […] exhaustion and heat stroke , which can be very serious.[nhs.uk]

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  • Insect Bite

    The Therapik relieves pain and itch from bug bites and insect stings by the direct application of heat for 20-30 seconds.[therapik.com] The Claim: Applying heat or mild electric shocks to bug bites can ease sting and itch, say companies that sell the devices.[wsj.com] Venom from a wide range of insects is thermolabile, or neutralized by heat.[mec.ca]

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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Indoor heating favors survival of many viruses that cause URIs. If you have a weakened immune system.[healthline.com]

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  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    Germs are destroyed due to the heat.[newtimes.co.rw] - inadequately cooked shellfish A Genus subtype of dark meat fish Tuna, Mackerel, Mahi Mahi, Blue fish, swordfish, amberjack What is pathophys of scombroid Ingestion of heat[quizlet.com] Heat kills the infective germs thus reducing the chances of acquiring infections.[newtimes.co.rw]

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  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Initially OM-89, a vaccine with 18 heat-killed E. coli extracts, seemed promising, but this was not confirmed in a recently randomized trial.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Applying a heating pad can help soothe the area.[everydayhealth.com] Keep the heat setting low, don’t apply it directly to the skin, and limit your use to 15 minutes at a time to avoid burns. 4.[everydayhealth.com]

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  • Drug-induced Fever

    This results in greater heat production and efforts to conserve heat.[icd.codes] The drug may interfere with heat dissipation peripherally, increase the rate of metabolism, evoke a cellular or humoral immune response, mimic endogenous pyrogen, or damage[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Other causes of fevers include Medicines, including some antibiotics, blood pressure medicines, and anti-seizure medicines Heat illness Cancers Autoimmune diseases Some childhood[icdlist.com]

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  • Sinusitis

    Using heat pads on the inflamed area, saline nasal sprays, and vaporizers can also help. NIH: National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases[medlineplus.gov] If the air in your home is dry, such as it is if you have forced hot air heat, adding moisture to the air may help prevent sinusitis.[mayoclinic.com]

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  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    Ensure a sufficiently high level of humidity in heated rooms: Ventilate regularly and place a bowl of water on the heater.[montavit.com] Humid, cold weather, dry heated air and general ill health mean that we are more susceptible. What are the causes of acute respiratory infections?[montavit.com]

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  • Influenza

    Virions are sensitive to treatment with heat, lipid solvents, non-ionic detergents, formaldehyde, oxidizing agents.[web.archive.org] Most treatments for poultry products involve heat treatment. Influenza viruses are usually considered heat labile.[doi.org] Heat inactivation of avian influenza and Newcastle disease viruses in egg products . Avian Pathology , 33: 512 – 518 .[doi.org]

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  • Skin Infection

    Mastercraft Digital Temperature Reader (Mastercraft, Toronto, Ontario, Canada), Mastercool MSC52224-A (Mastercool Inc, Randolph, New Jersey), and Etekcity ETC-8250 Temperature Heat[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] Redness, heat, edema, and streaking lymphangitis are hallmarks of the more acute, toxic forms of streptococcal skin and wound infections.[atsu.edu] […] avoiding fungal infections requires a daily change of athletic socks and underwear; carefully drying the armpits and groin and between toes (perhaps blow-drying the feet on low heat[nytimes.com]

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