All Infections Topics

Oct 10, 2014

Fever Blister

Fever blister refers to tiny blisters on lips caused by Herpes Simplex Type 1 virus. Even after the resolution of the symptoms, the virus remains dormant and can again cause flaring up of lesions later in the life. more »

Oct 10, 2014

Types of Bacteria

Bacteria are microscopic living things that were among the first creatures to inhabit the earth. They can be found almost anywhere, and they come in all forms and shapes, some being harmful to other living things, while some are beneficial. more »

Oct 10, 2014

Influenza B

Influenza B is a type of flu virus that can cause respiratory, fever and stomach symptoms. If these symptoms are not properly addressed they can lead to further complications such as bacterial pneumonia. Taking flu vaccine and staying away from virus can help prevent form influenza B. more »

Sep 01, 2014

What Is Staph Infection?

What is staph infection? Causes, treatment and prevention of staph infection can be figured out. Here we list detail information about what to do if you are facing a serious issue with staph infections. more »

Jul 13, 2014

Coxsackie in Adults

Coxsackie virus infection is more common in children and most commonly causes hand, foot and mouth disease. However, coxsackie infection can also occur in adults and cause numerous diseases. Symptoms of Coxsackie in adults are various due to different causes. more »

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