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Premium Health News Servicehttp://www.kidsdr.com Fever blisters are fairly common and are also often called cold sores, but have nothing to do with a cold. These sores typically appear on the outside of the mouth, on the lips. The vast majority (about 95percent) of fever blisters...
The Kid's Doctorhttp://www.kidsdr.com Fever blisters are fairly common and are also often called cold sores, but have nothing to do with a cold. These sores typically appear on the outside of the mouth, on the lips. The vast majority (about 95percent) of fever blisters...
Healing fit for a queen This organic lip and face balm was made to mirror the process of how bees nourish their queen and keep the hive healthy. Medicine Mama's Bee Magic Wand blends purifying propolis, healing antimicrobial honey, protective beeswax and...
Q: I get cold sores/fever blisters once in a blue moon. I understand it to be herpes type 2. I'm a virgin and have never engaged in any sexual activity. (My mom often got cold sores, so I think it came from her, just being motherly.) But when the time...
Watching "Rick Steves' Europe" with my friends, I always wish I could take them behind the scenes to show them the "glamour" of filming. It takes six days to film a 30-minute television episode, and it is an exhilarating and exhausting scramble from start...
Q: You have had several questions about stage fright, so I'd like to share my experience. I am a professional singer, and my daughter gives public presentations as part of her job. We both swear by valerian! It does the trick for nerves if you take it 15...
Q: Recently, my left big toe swelled up, formed something like small blisters, and itched and burned. I knew this wasn't normal, so I went to the doctor. The physician's assistant diagnosed the problem as "herpetic whitlow." She prescribed acyclovir to...
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For such a ubiquitous plague, cold sores can be mighty shaming. In addition to the indignity of wearing a bulging, weepy blister on your lip, sufferers also must contend with the stigma of its source: HSV-1, a type of herpes simplex virus. But unlike...
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