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Colloidal Silver Sinus Infections
- A pure mineral element from the earth, utilised for its incredible anti-bacterial & purifying properties. Used primarily in deodorants & some skincare, it helps to reduce & kill the bacteria that surrounds the sweat glands & causes odour or skin blemishes.
- a suspension of submicroscopic metallic silver particles in a colloidal base. Long-term use of silver preparations can lead to argyria, a condition in which silver salts deposit in the skin, eyes, and internal organs, and the skin turns ashen-gray.
- The medical uses of silver include its incorporation into wound dressings to treat external infections, and its use as an antiseptic and disinfectant in medical appliances. There is however insufficient evidence to support its use in wound healing.
- Sinusitis is inflammation of the paranasal sinuses, which may be due to infection, allergy or autoimmune issues. Most cases are due to a viral infection and resolve over the course of 10 days. It is a common condition with more than 24 million cases occurring in the United States annually.
SWINE FLU BASICS
I am starting a new series at Flickr showing you the emotions of the people of Mumbai , after the outbreak of swine flu ..I have shot kids with masks all day, I visited the local Marathi Municipal School , they shall be closed for 8 days.
Though the principal Mr Surve has invited me for the Independence Day celebrations minus the school kids just teacher and staff and guests.
The provision store guy near my shop has gone to town to buy masks in order to make a fast buck..but I asked a school kid why he was not wearing a mask, his reply stunned me , he said one day we all have to die so what is the hurry?
Most of the kids I shot covered their faces with hankies
The Congress party has put Urdu banners at Bandra Bazar , the area that forms the crux of my pictorial documentary.
The article below was sent as an e mail attachment by photographers from Bangalore.
For public awareness
Swine Flu Symptoms
Swine Flu Basics
By Vincent Iannelli, M.D.,
Updated August 02, 2009
Although the name 'swine flu' brings up a lot of extra fear and worry, it is important to note that swine flu is just an influenza A H1N1 virus.
That means that it is just another type of flu virus, just like that causes our typical seasonal flu symptoms. The big difference is that the current swine influenza A (H1N1) virus has components of pig and bird influenza viruses in it, so that humans don't have any immunity to it. That is what made it more likely that it would become a pandemic virus (have the ability to cause a global outbreak) because it could easily spread from person-to-person.
So far, even as you see swine flu cases increase on this swine flu map, experts don't know if this swine influenza A (H1N1) virus will return in the fall for another wave. It could or we just continue to see sporadic cases for a few weeks or months until it stops.
We do know that swine flu symptoms are just like seasonal flu symptoms.
Swine Flu Symptoms
According to the CDC, like seasonal flu, symptoms of swine flu infections can include:
* fever, which is usually high, but unlike seasonal flu, is sometimes absent
* runny nose or stuffy nose
* sore throat
* body aches
* fatigue or tiredness, which can be extreme
* diarrhea and vomiting, sometimes, but more commonly seen than with seasonal flu
Signs of a more serious swine flu infection might include pneumonia and respiratory failure.
If your child has symptoms of swine flu, you should avoid other people and call your pediatrician who might do a rapid flu test to see if he has an influenza A infection. Further testing can then be done to see if it is a swine flu infection. (Samples can be sent to local and state health departments and the CDC for confirmation of swine flu, especially if a child is in the hospital.)
Swine Flu High Risk Groups
With regular seasonal flu, infants and the elderly are usually thought to be most at risk for serious infections, in addition to people with chronic medical problems. Swine flu high risk groups, people who are thought to be at risk for serious, life-threatening infections, are a little different and can include:
* pregnant women
* people with chronic medical problems, such as chronic lung disease, like asthma, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, and immunosuppression
* children and adults with obesity
Serious Swine Flu Symptoms
More serious symptoms that would indicate that a child with swine flu would need urgent medical attention include:
* Fast breathing or trouble breathing
* Bluish or gray skin color
* Not drinking enough fluids
* Severe or persistent vomiting
* Not waking up or not interacting
* Being so irritable that the child does not want to be held
* Flu-like symptoms improve but then return with fever and worse cough
Swine Flu Symptoms vs. a Cold or Sinus Infection
It is important to keep in mind most children with a runny nose or cough will not have swine flu and will not have to see their pediatrician for swine flu testing.
This time of year, many other childhood conditions are common, including:
* spring allergies - runny nose, congestion, and cough
* common cold - runny nose, cough, and low grade fever
* sinus infections - lingering runny nose, cough, and fever
* strep throat - sore throat, fever, and a positive strep test
What You Need To Know
* Swine flu likely spreads by direct contact with respiratory secretions of someone that is sick with swine flu, like if they were coughing and sneezing close to you.
* People with swine flu are likely contagious for one day before and up to seven days after they began to get sick with swine flu symptoms.
* Droplets from a cough or sneeze can also contaminate surfaces, such as a doorknob, drinking glass, or kitchen counter, although these germs likely don't survive for more than a few hours.
* Anti-flu medications, including Tamiflu (oseltamivir)
A Little Time Alone
I started feeling lousy over the weekend, but thought it was just my allergies. By Monday morning, I was absolutely miserable and had a low grade fever. With four kids though, life must go on! :) I finally broke down on Wednesday and saw the doctor. I have a pretty bad sinus infection and an ear infection in my right ear. Seriously, I don't want to sound like a baby but I feel awful! I was up most of the night last night and I'm exhausted today. I am on Zithromax now and it usually starts working quickly.
About the picture...if I lie on the sofa, Kinsley wants to snle with me, which I usually love. If I crawl into bed, she wants to climb in with me and watch TV, which I also love. The bathroom is different though. She knows that the bathroom warrants privacy. After the girls got home from school, I told them I was going to take a hot shower. I took my blanket and my hot tea, and I climbed into the bathtub. Not to take a bath...but just to sit in silence and drink my tea! :) I sat in there for about 30 minutes before I finally climbed out to take a shower. It was nice.
Luckily, my camera and the tripod were in the master closet. I took exactly two photos and decided that one of them would have to work.
The Sudafed and Tylenol are wearing off so I'm going to go snle with Kinsley on the sofa. I can't lock myself in the bathroom until the other kids get home to watch her! :)
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