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Tips to Prevent Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic Resistance

Not feeling well? Ready to ask your doctor for medicine to help you feel better? If you have a cold, the flu or a virus, an antibiotic will not work as well as rest, fluids and time. While antibiotics are useful medicines that combat life-threatening infections caused by bacteria, they are not effective against viral infections. In fact, the widespread use of antibiotics promotes the development of drug-resistant bacteria. Read these tips to help you prevent antibiotic resistance.

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Virus H1N1 in 2016: Latest Swine Flu news from the Togetherrxaccess

prevention of swine flu

Swine flu 2016 «Swine flu» is a contagious acute infectious disease caused by pandemic influenza A (H1N1). The virus is transmitted by pigs and humans. The virus is characterized by fever, respiratory syndrome and severe with the possibility of death. The swine flu virus was discovered in 1930...

What if the child sickens with polio?

Polio — an acute viral infection. It is characterized by inflammation of the nasal mucosa, and intestine, where primarily the virus enters from the external environment. In some cases, and some affected parts of the nervous system, after which the virus is stored blood. Viral infection The name...

First signs and treatment of measles

measles in children

Measles — a widespread acute infectious disease that occurs mainly in children and characterized by fever, catarrh of the mucous membranes of the nose, eyes and throat and the appearance of the skin blotchy rash. Measles is one of the most contagious diseases known to date. For this infection is...

What is the danger of rubella ?

danger of rubella

Rubella — a contagious viral disease that is characterized by a particular season, usually in children. This diagnosis often place in the spring and summer. Such dependence is associated primarily with parents ignoring vaccination calendar, and secondly, with the seasonal decrease immunity. So...

Chlamydia and its consequences

Chlamydial infection — is a group of diseases that occur not only in humans but also in animals. They are united by similar symptoms and mechanisms of development. In addition, any Chlamydia is caused by the same pathogen — bacteria Chlamydia. They are widely distributed in nature, and are...

Seasonal allergy. Current drugs for treatment seasonal allergy.

seasonal allergies

      Seasonal allergies — this is a reaction of the immune system to certain stimuli, which interact with the human body in certain periods, seasons. Seasonal allergies Today hay fever suffers every fifth inhabitant of the planet, regardless of age, sex, region of residence and...

Conjunctivitis. What is it? And how to treat?

Conjunctivitis — is the process by which inflamed conjunctiva. Usually accompanied by inflammation of the eyelids. This disease may be of allergic , bacterial or viral nature. Allergic conjunctivitis manifests itself when exposed to any allergens. It also occurs when inflammation and redness. Cause...

Headache. Reasons and Treatment

Headaches — one of the most frequent complaints, with which patients come to the doctor-neurologist. Judging according to recent epidemiological studies, it could be argued that more than 70% of the population of developed countries complain of occasional or chronic headaches. But this figure does...

Self-treatment of gonorrhea

Why, with gonorrhea are more likely than with other sexually transmitted diseases, people try to treat by yourself? And because the gonorrhea are not afraid, especially the male part of the population. Treatment It’s just a completely healthy body gonorrheal urethritis process is limited. And how...

What to do if a bitten by a tick? Encephalitis infection

Tick-borne encephalitis — a viral, natural focal (typical only for certain areas) disease, mainly affecting the central nervous system. Carriers of infection are the ticks, the virus is transmitted by the bite of a tick patient. Infection also affects and animals — rodents, cattle, monkeys,...

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