8 Types of Rashes That Can Be a Sign of COVID-19

Usually, this type of rash is one that lasts a long time—sometimes, it's even permanent. But as Health previously reported, dermatologists are seeing transient livedo reticularis in patients with COVID-19, meaning the rash comes and goes. The rash presents itself as tiny purple, red, or brown spots that one may mistake for bruising under the skin. According to Dr. Bataille and […]

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Can an £8 magnetic headband really crush a pounding headache?

Can an £8 magnetic headband really crush a pounding headache? Check our expert’s guide to the best over-the-counter pain relief One in seven Britons suffers from recurrent headaches or migraines  Home remedies can provide effective relief, according to new NHS advice Which over-the-counter products are worth trying? Dr Allder gives his verdict One in seven Britons suffers from recurrent headaches […]

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8 tips on what to tell your kids about coronavirus

As the number of new cases of coronavirus infection continue to rise the impact is now being felt in schools in Australia. At least four closed due to students and a staff member testing positive for the virus. Most international travel by Queensland students is also banned. It’s therefore important for parents to be there for their children to ease […]

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8 Questions Helpful for Assessing IBD in Primary Care

TUESDAY, Feb. 5, 2019 — The CalproQuest, an eight-item questionnaire, is a feasible instrument for assessing patients for inflammatory bowel disease in primary care settings, according to a study published in the February issue of the Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. Corinne Chmiel, P.D., Dr.Med., from the University of Zurich, and colleagues evaluated the feasibility and acceptability of CalproQuest […]

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