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How to treat a toothache

Toothache is a common problem faced by every person every now and then. Toothaches happen suddenly and cause severe discomfort and affects quality of life. Toothache is usually caused by tooth decay. Bacteria found in the mouth grow well in sugar and starches from food being eaten. The bacteria will develop a sticky plaque that attaches to the surface of the teeth. These bacteria can enter through the hard ...

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How to treat mosquito bites

Mosquito bites are very itchy bumps that develop after being bitten by a mosquito. Sometimes, the bites of mosquitoes can cause a large area of swelling, redness and soreness. These reactions are most common among children. [su_youtube url=""] Bites of mosquitoes that carry viruses or parasites can result to severe illnesses. Other infections caused by mosquito bit ...

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How to treat swimmer’s ear

Swimmer’s ear is an infection of the external ear canal. The infection is triggered by water that remains inside the ear after swimming and creates a moist environment suitable for bacterial growth. Putting fingers and cotton swabs or other objects inside the ears can result to swimmer’s ear. It damages the skin that lines the ear canal. Symptoms of swimmer’s ear ...

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How to treat a bee sting allergy

A bee sting causes pain and irritating for several hours. Often times, a sting from a bee causes a serious allergic reaction such as anaphylactic shock. The bee leaves behind its stinger in the skin and should be removed immediately to prevent infection. It can be scraped using a credit card. Avoid pinching the sting using the fingers or tweezers to prevent the spread of the venom. [su_youtube url="https:// ...

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Getting rid of bags under the eyes

Bags under the eyes are described as mild swelling or puffiness under the eyes which is common as the person ages. With aging, the tissues found around the eyes and the muscle that supports the eyelids becomes weak. [su_youtube url=""] Normal fats that supports the eyes go down into the lower eyelids and result to puffy eyes and fluids accumulates in the space belo ...

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