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12 Jul 19
Coupessolutions International

It can be devastating news to be diagnosed with Herpes. You may experience a strong sense of shame and even loose your sex drive for a while. How does one cope with Herpes?. A viral infection causes Herpes. Most people contract the Herpes virus as children when someone infects them with saliva on the mouth. […]

10 Jul 19
Fixtures Close Up

A palletized Push Broom display may not be so unusual, but this Off-Center Quickie Broom Corrugated Display features disassembled oversize Push Brooms, and to accommodate, uses a divider insert that is Die-Cut off center. The entire broom array is shifted right to allow all Broom Heads to face left. Of course, the same corrugated display […]

08 Jul 19
FIBA Fundación para Investigaciones Biológicas Aplicadas

Publicado en La Nación – click here 28/06/2019 El diario reproduce una noticia proveniente de Australia en la que alertan por el peligro de la presencia de cianobcterias (ellos las denominan algas) en aguas donde abreva el ganado.  Se detectaron errores importantes en el texto.   Crédito: Shutterstock Cuando el agua contiene alta concentración de […]

29 Jun 19
Fixtures Close Up

In this Common Corrugated Shadowboxes Custom Messages, the black Shadowboxes are standard and common across the display. Varying are the free hanging die-cut messages allows the creation of almost any manner of overall custom display. Everyone is obviously invited, though as you read on to the bottom, store brand loyalty appreciated. Scroll down to research more […]

26 Jun 19
WildForWags.com - Walgreens Coupons & Walgreens Deals - Your Site for Everything Walgreens

Here are the coupons in the new Walgreens July Coupon book that starts 6/30. You’ll be able to grab one of these books in the store Sunday and are good thru 7/27, normally find these books up by the front register, with the weekly ads or at the cosmetics counter in my store. You can […]

25 Jun 19
Oily

Essential oils and botanical uses date back to as far as over 5,000 years ago!!! From the Egyptians, Romans, Persians to Germans, these oils have been used for wellness, beauty, food, religion and spiritual purposes! So although these oils are becoming more and more popular in the modern world as technology and research continues to […]

03 Jun 19
HAPPY-GO-LUCKY

A huge extent of individuals living in the United States have been presented to the herpes simplex infection, so it’s nothing unexpected that dermatologists see individuals with mouth blisters each week. What is astounding is the fantasies that encompass mouth blisters. Above all else, mouth blisters are not infection. Mouth blisters are dependably on the […]

02 Jun 19
WildForWags.com - Walgreens Coupons & Walgreens Deals - Your Site for Everything Walgreens

$3/1 Schick Hydro5 Razor or Refill or Schick Hydro Disposables (excludes Schick Women’s Disposables, Razor or $1/1 Schick Xtreme5 Pivot Ball or Schick Quattro Titanium* Razor or Refill (excl. Schick Disposables & Women’s) $1.00 on ONE (1) LISTERINE Mouthwash (400mL+) $1.00 on ONE (1) LISTERINE READY! TABS (8 ct. or higher) B1G1  Clairol Nice ‘n […]

02 Jun 19
TwinMomStockpile

Hopefully you activate these SavingStar Offers and can save HUGE this week!!! We already have some awesome deals but make sure you check back and see what else you can get for FREE or really Cheap using these offers! SAVE $3.00 on ANY Abreva® product.Expires 7/31/2019.Save $3.00. SAVE $2.00 on ANY Advil® Migraine 20ct or […]

02 Jun 19
TwinMomStockpile

June 2, 2019 Check out all these HOT Coupons we have!! HUGE Savings so fire up those printers and LETS GO! $3.00 OFF any one (1) Adult MOTRIN® or BENGAY® (excludes trial and travel size) Save $1.00 on ONE (1) LISTERINE® Mouthwash (400mL or higher) Save $1.00 on any (1) Adult TYLENOL®, TYLENOL PM® or […]

02 Jun 19
My Publix Coupon Buddy

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31 May 19
Online Shopping Reviews Kenya

Here is a list of tried and true remedies to help clear a cold sore breakout.

28 May 19
Redwood Times
Dear Doctor: Are cold sores and herpes the same thing? I’ve got both, and finding out there’s no cure really stinks. My friends say lysine can help. Is that true? Dear Reader: Cold sores and genital herpes are caused by different types of the herpes simplex virus, or HSV. Each type is quite contagious. HSV-1 causes cold sores on the lips and mouth. It’s estimated that half of the population in the United States is infected with the oral herpes virus. The majority of genital herpes, which is a sexually transmitted disease, is caused by HSV-2. The infection rate of HSV-2 in the U.S. is estimated to be at least 15 percent and as high as 20 percent. Some cases of genital herpes are caused by HSV-1, as the virus can be spread from the mouth to the genitals. You’re correct that at this time, there is no cure for either type of herpes infection. Instead, people who have frequent outbreaks seek to manage the condition. Many people infected with HSV-2 rely on antiviral medications, which can shorten or suppress outbreaks of genital herpes and also lessen symptoms when an outbreak does occur. The three main drugs are acyclovir (Zovirax), famciclovir (Famvir), and valacyclovir (Valtrex). Antivirals may also be prescribed to people infected with HSV-1 who are having frequent or severe outbreaks. The over-the-counter cream Abreva, which targets oral herpes, can be useful at curbing an outbreak when used at the first sign of symptoms. When it comes to lysine, there is both scientific and anecdotal evidence regarding its efficacy in diminishing the frequency of herpes outbreaks. The results of the earliest yes-it-works lysine studies, which date back to the 1970s and ’80s, have been replicated in subsequent studies over the years. And the first time we wrote about HSV-2 in this column and didn’t mention lysine, we got a flood of letters from readers with testimonials as to its usefulness. However, due to conflicting data regarding whether lysine will also decrease the severity or duration of an outbreak, that particular effect remains up for debate. Lysine is what is known as an essential amino acid. Amino acids are the organic compounds from which proteins are made. Of the 20 amino acids we humans require, 11 are produced by our bodies. The remaining nine, known as essential amino acids, must be obtained through diet. Lysine is found in dairy products like milk, cheese and yogurt; meat; beans; brewer’s yeast; and wheat germ. Supplements are also widely available. Although the mechanism by which lysine interferes with the herpes virus is not yet clear, researchers believe that it somehow short-circuits the reactivation functions of the virus. Side effects can include stomach upset, abdominal pain, nausea and diarrhea. Lysine can increase how much calcium the body absorbs, so taking lysine along with calcium supplements requires caution. Although rare, lysine has been tied to reports of certain kidney problems. The safety of taking lysine while pregnant or breastfeeding is not known. If you decide to try lysine, please check with your family doctor for recommended dosages. Dear Doctor: We’re used to hearing about the measles outbreaks that happen in areas where parents have refused to let their kids get childhood vaccinations. Is it true that now a kid wound up with tetanus for the same reason? That sounds so dangerous. Dear Reader: You’re referring to the case of a 6-year-old boy in Oregon who developed tetanus after getting a gash on his forehead while playing on his family’s farm. The event actually took place in 2017, but a recent write-up of the case has pushed it into the headlines. About a week after the parents cleaned and stitched up the boy’s cut, he developed troubling symptoms. In addition to involuntary muscle spasms, he couldn’t unclench his jaw and had difficulty breathing. Doctors at a regional medical center diagnosed him with tetanus, a disease for which he had not been vaccinated. His was the first case of tetanus in the state in more than 30 years. Tetanus is a disease of the nervous system caused by one of two toxins that are released by a bacterium called Clostridium tetani. Spores of C. tetani are found in the feces of a number of animals, including cattle, horses, sheep, dogs, cats and chickens, and in contaminated dust and soil. The bacterium enters the body via a wound that has broken the skin, like a cut or a puncture, then releases a toxin called tetanospasmin, which impairs the motor neurons.As the neurotoxin travels through the circulatory system, it binds to nerve endings in certain sites throughout the body. Once this occurs, there is no known way to clear the toxin from the nerve endings. The only treatment is to manage the painful and dangerous symptoms that the toxin causes while waiting weeks — or even months —for new nerve endings, which are toxin-free, to grow. The effects of the tetanus neurotoxin are severe and life-threatening. The muscle spasms it causes can be sustained and powerful enough to cause a bone to break. Spasms of the muscles of the respiratory system and of the vocal cords interfere with breathing and often require an alternative airway and mechanical breathing support. In the case of the Oregon boy, he experienced muscle spasms so severe they caused his spine to arch backward. His breathing was compromised, and he spent more than a month on a ventilator. Over the course of the eight weeks he spent in the hospital, he was tended by more than 100 nurses and doctors, none of whom had ever seen a case of tetanus before. Although having tetanus does not confer immunity, the boy’s parents reportedly refused to immunize him. Tetanus is a preventable disease, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend vaccines for people of all ages. Children receive tetanus protection via the DTaP vaccine, which covers diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (whooping cough). It is recommended for babies at ages 2, 4 and 6 months, and again at 15 through 18 months old. The CDC also recommends a booster shot for children ages 4 through 6 years old. Adults need a tetanus booster every 10 years to stay protected. Eve Glazier, M.D., MBA, is an internist and associate professor of medicine at UCLA Health.