How Do You Treat Septicemia? Dr. Norman Swan

Septicemia can be treated effectively if detected early. By taking your blood cultures doctors can identify what antibiotics will work

What is Septicemia? Q & A with Dr. Norman Swan

Septicemia is dangerous and can be fatal. If you have a high temperature and don’t know the reason why it’s

What Happens if a Hernia is Left Untreated?

A lot of people have hernias and don’t come to any problem, don’t have any problems with it and only

What is hand, foot and mouth disease? Dr. Norman Swan

The best way to treat hand, foot and mouth disease is to drink lots of fluid until it slowly passes

What is Vitamin D Deficiency? Q & A with Dr. Norman Swan

The elderly and people with darker skins are most at risk of vitamin D deficiency. It is important to regularly

Nonallergic Rhinitis: causes and treatment

What is Nonallergic Rhinitis? Nonallergic rhinitis is inflammation of the nasal passages. There are many causes of a runny nose

If a Hotel Quarantine Staff Member Contracts the Virus, Are they Likely to Spread it to their Housemates?

Although the home is often the highest risk of catching and spreading the virus it can occur anywhere an infected

Is tiredness a symptom of cancer? Dr Michael Boyer

Tiredness is one of those symptoms that can be a sign of almost anything, including cancer, but mostly people who

I feel a lump in my breast – what do I do? Dr Michael Boyer

If you have a lump in your breast, you really need to actually see a doctor and typically not just

What does a heart blockage feel like?

So, a heart blockage isn’t actually a blockage of the heart, it’s a blockage of the blood vessels that supply

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