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A. Hi, It sounds like you are having a very tough time. I would highly recommend that you either call your doctor right away or go to the hospital. It...
A. Home pregnancy tests can help you determine if you are pregnant before the first day of your next scheduled period. Some detect the...
A. Fever isn't necessarily a bad thing, its a sign that she's fighting an infection. A temperature of 105 F is high in anyone. And, a...
A. While there’s no cure for a cold, there are definitely things you can do to help your body beat a cold virus faster. Don’t underestimate the...
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If your symptoms aren't getting better after a week or if you have fever for more than three days, see your doctor.Also, these symptoms are signs...
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Antiviral drugs are prescription drugs that may help prevent flu complications or make flu shorter and less severe.The CDC recommends the antiviral...
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Yes. You're contagious for the first few days of your cold, so it's best to stay home then. You need to be careful about coughing and sneezing around...
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No. Antibiotics don't work for the common cold, which is caused by viruses. Antibiotics only treat bacterial infections.Sometimes a bacterial...
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In most situations, cold symptoms will be over within seven to 12 days.If you have tried over-the-counter cold remedies without success, there are...
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No. You also won't get a cold because you went outside with a wet head or slept in a drafty room.
A. Flu symptoms are usually more severe than cold symptoms and come on quickly. Flu symptoms often mimic cold symptoms with nasal congestion, cough...
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The rhinovirus (or other cold virus) enters your body through your nose or mouth and is easily spread when you touch someone or touch common objects...
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There will still be some limits on what your insurance company will pay. Here are rough guides to those limits:Your state sets a benchmark plan. For...
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For health plans taking effect in 2014,You will get these benefits if:You are buying individual or small group insurance, which is for a company that...
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1. Addiction treatment and mental health care2. Care for children. This includes:All essential benefitsDental careEye doctor visits3. Doctor visits4...