Monthly Archives: January 2012

Staph Infection | Part Two: Different Types Of Eczema

Lichen simplex chronicus, also known as neurodermatits, is another form of eczema that is pretty severe. The itching can become very intense and can make day to day activities hard to manage. Once the skin is scratched, a viscous cycle occurs in which the more you scratch, the more your skin itches. This skin condition develops when nerve endings become irritated. The constant scratching can cause    .. more …

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Mrsa | A Cure For Mrsa


It has been reported that MRSA, which is now reaching beyond the walls of hospitals and nursing homes into the general community, claims more lives than AIDS in some countries. That’s why products such as Honeymark’s First Aid Antiseptic Lotion are being viewed as a valuable alternative to antibiotics. In addition to eradicate MRSA, Honeymark’s First Aid Antiseptic Lotion also helps wounds heal    .. more …

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Mrsa | MRSA Post Tympanostomy Tube Placement Not Linked To Further Complications

email to a friend printer friendly opinions The researchers report: “More than half a million procedures are performed annually to place tympanostomy tubes in children, making this the most common surgical procedure performed in childhood.” One of the most prevalent complications of this surgery is otorrhea. In order to analyze the rate of otorrhea in children after this procedure and to    .. more …

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