Einar Jonson

  1. Head lice: Every Parent Should Know

    Head lice

    Head lice are tiny insects that survive on blood through the human scalp. Such infestation usually affects children and usually results from the direct transfer of lice from one person's hair to another. A head-lice infestation isn't considered a sign of poor personal hygiene as it has nothing to do with bacterial or viral infectious diseases.

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  2. All You Need To Know About Botox Cosmetics And Botox Therapeutics

    Botox cosmetics and botox therapeutics

    Botox is nothing new. We all have heard of botox as a cosmetic procedure to get rid of unwanted wrinkles. But do you know, it is also used to treat medical conditions, including migraines and muscle pain?

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  3. UTI Symptoms: Very Common But Can Be Treated!

    UTI symptoms

    A urinary tract infection is a condition in which the urinary system gets infected by microbes in multiple ways, such as prolonged exposure to unclean/unwashed restrooms, urinary catheters, kidney stones, weak immune system, etc. Females have a higher chance of developing UTIve a higher chance of symptoms than men. This can be because females have to come in almost direct contact with the restroom as compared to men. Getting infected with an unwashed washroom is one of the major UTI causes.

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  4. What Do You Need To Know About Radiation Sickness?

    Radiation sickness

    When you tend to receive substantial doses of radiation over a short period, it damages your body. This condition is called “radiation sickness.” How sick you will be is determined by the amount of radiation absorbed by your body. Radiation sickness is rare but often very serious or even life-threatening. Majority of cases of radiation sickness have occurred after some nuclear industrial accidents such as the Chernobyl explosion in Ukraine (1986) and the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan, amid the second world war.

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  5. Must-have Classroom Precautions For COVID-19

    Novel coronavirus

    If wearing fabric masks is advised in your school, then ensure your students are informed about when they should wear masks and any associated school policies, including how to discard used masks securely to eliminate the dangers of contaminated masks in classrooms as well as playgrounds.

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  6. See How Wearing Face Masks Can Protect Your Life?

    Wearing face masks

    With the reopening of various states from shelter-in-place order, multiple parts of the nation now necessitate people wearing face masks in public spaces to minimize the transmission of COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic has reconstructed life as we know it. Many of us are still staying home, avoiding people in public spaces, changing daily habits such as going to school, or work in unimaginable ways.

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  7. Early Detection Of Age-related Macular Degeneration Can Help Preserve Your Vision

    Age-related macular Degeneration

    Age-related macular degeneration is an eye disease that can blur your sharp, central vision you need for activities such as driving or reading. “Age-related” means it usually occurs in older people and “macular” means it affects a part of the retina of your eye called macula. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of irreversible central vision loss for people aged 40 years or older.

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  8. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Risk Factor

    Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

    Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder(PTSD) is a kind of mental disorder that occurs after a traumatic event. A traumatic event can be anything, such as:- A natural disaster, Military combat, physical or sexual assault or abuse(rape), the unexpected death of a loved one.

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  9. A Complete Guide To Kegel Exercises For Men

    Kegel exercises for men

    People think kegel exercise is meant only for women. They don’t think pelvic floor muscles are present in both males and females. The exercise might be different for both genders, but the exercise benefits both of them the same if done correctly. Do you know where this exercise came from? In 1948, Arnold Kegel was the first to describe the kegel exercise for treating female patients suffering from stress incontinence, followed by childbirth.

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  10. See What High Blood Pressure Can Do To Your Body?

    High blood pressure

    High blood pressure has become so common that those who are not suffering from it are also familiar with it. Almost 1.13 billion people worldwide suffer from high blood pressure, and most live in countries with low or middle income.

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