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Protection Against the Flu

By Jennifer Rust

Influenza, commonly referred to as the flu, is a viral respiratory infection. While the symptoms can be like the common cold, the flu is caused by a different type of virus and is much more severe than the average cold. Symptoms of influenza inc…

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Healthy Foods

Healthy Foods That Are Also Antibiotics

By Justin Vict

Medicinal antibiotics are often expensive and have potentially harmful side effects. If you have a mild bacterial, fungal, or viral infection try taking some natural pathogen-fighting foods first before seeing your doctor.

Many heal…

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Pink Eye


How to Prevent Pink Eye

By Dr. Kristie

Conjunctivitis, or pink eye, is one of the most common causes of a non-painful red eye. The symptoms usually start in one eye, but can quickly spread to the other if poor hygiene is practiced. Most pink eye is contagious, although, in some cases, an i…

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STD Symptoms


9 Common STD's and their Symptoms

By STD Concern

If you're sexually active, it's important to understand the symptoms of STDs and STIs. Also known as "sexually transmitted infections", these medical conditions may be dangerous if left untreated. They don't only affect your current physica…

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STD List


Top 9 Common Sexually Transmitted Diseases

By STD Concern

Spread through unprotected sexual contact, sexually transmitted infections and diseases can often be prevented through "safe sex" measures. To practice safe sex, you should use protective contraception methods, such as latex condom…

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