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Symptoms of respiratory infections such as bronchiolitis, colds and influenza are very similar to the symptoms of asthma. Both cause wheezing and cough and the baby will show signs of having difficulty ...
... by informing and influencing the public, profession and government on issues such as mouth cancer awareness and fluoridation. British Dental Health Foundation Smile House 2 East Union Street Rugby ...
Influenza or flu is an infectious disease caused by a virus that invades the lungs and upper respiratory tract (nose, nasal passages, sinuses and throat). Although often confused with a heavy cold, flu ...
Tonsillitis is mostly caused by a viral infection. The types of viruses involved are usually the same ones that cause colds and influenza, and sometimes glandular fever (Epstein-Barr virus). Occasionally, ...
A raised temperature is often the result of a bacterial or viral infection, such as those causing the common cold or flu (influenza). In some cases, it may be a sign of more serious infections such ...
Symptoms of respiratory infections such as bronchiolitis, colds and influenza are very similar to the symptoms of asthma. Both cause wheezing and cough and the baby will show signs of having difficulty ...
The most common cause of sinusitis is a viral infection such as a cold or influenza. Other causes are a bacterial infection arising for example from a tooth abscess or from swimming in polluted water. ...
Swine flu is a type of flu (influenza) that is thought to have started in pigs, but it can be caught by and quickly spread among humans. Swine flu is a respiratory disease caused by a virus known ...
... colds, influenza, tonsillitis, glandular fever or mumps.  ...
... airway caused by a viral infection such as a cold, influenza or bronchiolitis, or a symptom of other diseases that affect the lungs such as asthma or whooping cough.  ...
... influenza.  ...
... hormone called luteinising hormone that stimulates the testicles to produce testosterone. A fall in the level of testosterone removes the influence the hormone has on the cancer cells, allowing the cancer ...
... is caused by a number of different types of bacteria. The most common types are meningococcal (mainly A, B and C strains), pneumococcal and Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib). Other bacteria responsible ...
... into a series of stages: Under the influence of a variety of hormones, immature cells called follicles begin to grow and develop in the ovaries. At the same time, under the influence of the hormone ...
What is bird flu? All bird flus are influenza A. Influenza A is primarily a respiratory virus, causing coughing, congestion, sore throat, muscle aches, fatigue, and fever in most ...
... to improving the oral health of the public by providing free and impartial dental advice, by running educational campaigns and by informing and influencing the public, profession and government on issues ...
... with this reading is twice as likely to have a heart attack or stroke as someone with a reading of 115/75. As blood pressure is influenced by a number of factors, a diagnosis of hypertension ...
... such as mumps. Other factors which influence the quantity and quality of sperm in the ejaculate include insufficient levels of the necessary hormones, certain genetic problems or obstructions in the man's ...
... gentle exercises to help you become as active as possible. The practice nurse should give you an injection against pneumonia and will arrange that you have an injection each year against influenza. ...
What you eat can have a dramatic influence on your energy levels during the day. This may affect your performance at work, your moods and influence whether you feel like doing things such as exercising ...
21. Flu
Influenza or flu is an infectious disease caused by a virus that invades the lungs and upper respiratory tract (nose, nasal passages, sinuses and throat). Although often confused with a heavy cold, flu ...
Influenza or flu is an infectious disease caused by a virus that invades the lungs and upper respiratory tract (nose, nasal passages, sinuses and throat). Although often confused with a heavy cold, flu ...
... airway caused by a viral infection such as a cold or influenza, or a symptom of other diseases that affect the lungs such as asthma, bronchitis or whooping cough.  ...
... to these treatments, bronchodilators such as salbutamol, and inhaled steroids such as beclometasone are used to help make breathing easier. Children must also be vaccinated against influenza and pneumonia ...
...  Children must also be vaccinated against influenza and pneumonia to reduce the risk of their catching these diseases and their developing a severe chest infection. Lung transplantation is a form ...
... airway caused by a viral infection such as a cold or influenza, or a symptom of other diseases that affect the lungs such as asthma, bronchitis or whooping cough.  ...
2 months old Diphtheria, tetanus,pertussis (whooping cough), polio and Haemophilus influenzae type b(DTaP/IPV/Hib) Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) One injection One injection 3 months ...
Another form of bacterial meningitis, called Hib meningitis, is caused by a bacterium called Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib). Hib bacteria may be carried in the ...
The exact cause of fibromyalgia has not been identified but it is thought to be caused by many interacting biochemical, metabolic and immunological factors, including environmental and genetic influences.Fibromyalgia ...


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