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The National Necrotizing Fasciitis Foundation Says Current Standard of Care

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The National Necrotizing Fasciitis Foundation Says Current Standard of Care
MEDINA, Ohio, June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The National Necrotizing Fasciitis Foundation (NNFF) today announced a campaign to raise awareness of the tragic inadequacy of the current standard of care for necrotizing fasciitis, or 'flesh-eating …
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Roche launches PCR molecular diagnostic system for point of care environment
PLEASANTON, Calif., Dec. 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Roche (SIX: RO, ROG; OTCQX: RHHBY) today announced the launch of the cobas® Liat System—a fast, compact , easy to use, molecular diagnostic platform, designed for on-demand testing in physician …
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Common Types of Ovarian Cysts

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Common Types of Ovarian Cysts

Ovarian cysts are actually quite common in females as they are the beginning stage of the menstrual cycle. These cysts are more commonly known as follicles and are the proponents that create and release estrogen and progesterone which is required during the menstrual cycle for the egg to be released. Once the egg is released these follicles usually disappear until the next cycle comes around.

However, if the follicle doesn’t go away and instead continues to go it will become a functional ovarian cyst. For the most part, these cysts are nothing to worry about and can be taken care of by your doctor, but you should have them checked to rule out any possibility of cancer.

Ovarian cysts are extremely uncomfortable and can cause severe pain in the pelvis and abdominal area. The three most common ovarian cysts are Dermoid, Endometrioma, and Cystadenomas. The Dermoid cysts are particularly unattractive as they are formed from the same cells as the egg. This means they can have hair, teeth, and even other aspects of humanity that you normally wouldn’t think of happening in a cyst. They are rarely ever cancerous, but can be quite painful if not taken care of early.

Endometrioma cysts are the type that usually grow on the outside of the uterus instead of inside like most other ovarian cysts and can cause a lot of pain as well. Cystadenomas have a higher episode of being cancerous in women and can be filled with either mucous or liquid. These cysts are known to twist in on themselves and this twisting can cause a severe amount of pain. These cysts should be removed as soon as possible after a doctor has determined whether or not they are cancerous in nature.

Ovarian cysts can cause all kinds of health related problems for women, and not just a huge amount of pain, either. If you start to have abdominal or pelvic pain you should talk to your doctor as soon as possible. He can set you up an appointment to check for ovarian cysts and can arrange for a procedure to have them removed, if possible. You should have a regular check up with your doctor to see if any new cysts are starting to form.

For more information on Ovarian cysts issues, symptoms of ovarian cysts and causes of ovarian cysts visit SymptomsOvarianCysts.com.

Contact Dermatitis

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Contact Dermatitis

 

When it comes to taking care of our skin, we do whatever we can that is within our power to make it appear and feel supple, smooth, and silky that is why we buy lotions, creams, and even especially formulated soaps just to make sure that we get the kind of result that we desire. However, when you come to think of it, there are some things which are way beyond our control that no matter how hard we try to take care of our skin, certain skin conditions like contact dermatitis would erupt and leave our skin itchy, dry, scaly, and red among its other symptoms.

But since we are in a new era where skin diseases is not possible to cure, so there are different kinds of cures that are available when it comes to treatments for contact dermatitis that could help you deal with and manage. Here are some of the most popular treatments for contact dermatitis that you can consider once you have learned that you are affected by it.

One of the most popular treatments for contact dermatitis are emollients or especially formulated moisturizers to add moisture or help your skin retain some moisture to the affected area. These emollients and creams are used to correct dryness and scaling of the skin as well as correcting fine lines and wrinkles. There are different kinds of emollients or creams that are formulated to help your skin heal from contact dermatitis that you could buy from drug stores

Another popular treatment for contact dermatitis is skin lubricants which can help your skin feel smooth, slippery, and extra silky and if you come to think of it your condition might bring you discomfort. But then, lubricants like Vaseline could help alleviate the symptoms of dryness, itchiness, scaling, and other symptoms that you may have for having contact dermatitis.

When it comes to the treatments of contact dermatitis, it is not enough that you get to be familiar with only the popular treatments that you could put on your skin but also, it would greatly help if you would avoid certain things that could trigger the skin irritation, as it is said that prevention is better than cure.

Above all, it is best that you keep in contact with your doctor to learn about the different kinds of contact dermatitis treatment and select the best cure for you. You may be required to make changes in your lifestyle such as adjustments to your diet, clothes you wear where you live, all of which may be having a detrimental effect on your dermatitis.

 

 

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Lastest Paronychia News

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Clovis Oncology's (CLVS) CEO Patrick Mahaffy on Q3 2014 Results – Earnings
Inhibition of wild-type EGFR is associated with cutaneous toxicities such as rash, stomatitis and paronychia, all of which may significantly impact patients' quality of life, can result in treatment discontinuation and can cause patient distress. We …
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Boehringer Ingelheim and CureVac announce collaboration to develop next
… common adverse reactions in the pivotal study (greater than or equal to 20% all grades & vs pemetrexed/cisplatin-treated patients (n=111)) were diarrhea (96% vs 23%), rash/dermatitis acneiform (90% vs 11%), stomatitis (71% vs 15%), paronychia (58 …
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Lastest Dermatitis Research News

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ARIA Widens Sales Turf, NRX Skips A Beat, NDRM Triples On Parkinson''s Study
The trial, dubbed KINSHIP, designed to enroll about 50 adult patients with mild to moderate atopic dermatitis is being conducted at clinical research centers in Canada. AQXP closed Tuesday's trading 6.46% higher at $ 7.25.
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Aquinox Pharma begins dosing in phase 2 trial of AQX-1125 in atopic dermatitis
The KINSHIP clinical trial is being conducted at clinical research centers in Canada as a randomized, double-blind, multicenter, placebo-controlled phase 2 trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of AQX-1125 in approximately 50 adult patients with …
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Moisturizer Reduces Eczema in High-Risk Newborns
The researchers conclude that applying a moisturizer from birth is "a feasible, safe, and effective approach" for the prevention of atopic dermatitis. If the benefit is confirmed in larger trials, this simple low-cost intervention could reduce the …
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Chronic Skin Problems

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Chronic Skin Problems

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A health professional from Australia came for oxidation for other problems. A “side effect” was healing of a vicious skin problem while under treatment for h…
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