Ants Bites

Ant bites, while not a medical emergency, can be a source of pain and discomfort.

Amebiasis

Amebiasis is a disease that is caused by a single celled parasite known as Entamoeba histolytica (abbreviated E.

Bee Stings 

Bee stings are a nuisance for the most part. Getting stung by a bee is both uncomfortable and painful, and is most common during summer when these insects are most active.

Body Odor

Body odor, medically referred to as bromhidrosis, is a condition that causes the body to produce an unpleasant smell. This is made possible, in part, by the bacteria present on the skin.

Bone Spurs

Bone spurs are small outgrowths that develop along the edges of the joints, usually at the back of the spine as one advances in age.

Bug Bites ( Bugs In General)

Bug bites are common in many parts of the world, and while most of them do not pose any risk, they are a source of annoyance. Most bug bites are not fatal, and will often heal on their own after a couple of hours or days.

Cholera

Cholera is an acute infection that results from the ingestion of a bacterium known as Vibrio Cholerae found in contaminated water and food.

Croup

Croup is a common respiratory health condition that affects young children and typically occurs during fall and winter. It is characterized by a harsh coughing sound that almost sounds like a barking sound.

Dog Bite

Dog bites occur when humans are attacked by domestic dogs. Considering the sheer number of people who keep dogs as pets globally, it is easy to see why this is rather common.

Edema

Edema is the medical term given to a condition that causes swelling in different parts of the body.

Ganglion Cyst

A ganglion cyst is a term used to refer to a swelling that develops just above the joint and sometimes on the covering of the tendon (a tendon is the tissue that connects the bone to the muscle).

Inflammation

Inflammation is the body’s response when the immune system is compromised following exposure to dangerous stimuli such as tissue damage, pathogens, allergens as well as infections.

Jelly Fish Sting

Jellyfish stings are a common occurrence for people who spend lots of time in the sea. As such, this is a fairly common problem for swimmers and divers. The stings, just as the names suggest, come from the jellyfish.

Lice Eggs

Lice eggs, commonly referred to as nits, are found in the hair and usually cause itching and discomfort. The eggs are laid by the adult female lice, and are often tricky to get rid of because they stick to the shaft of the hair strand.

Mosquito Bites

Mosquito bites, while posing a number of life threatening diseases thanks to the parasites carried by these insects, create a far more pressing condition for many people who suffer mosquito bites.

Skunk Odor

Skunk odor is a common occurrence that, for many people, makes it virtually impossible to stay indoors when the smell finds it way to the house.

Swollen Face

A swollen face, sometimes referred to as facial edema, is a condition that arises from the accumulation of fluids in the facial tissues.

Ticks

Ticks are tiny parasites that attach themselves to the body of the host and suck on the blood. They are usually found in the fur of different animals, including pets such as cats and dogs.

Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

To understand the nature of upper respiratory tract infections and the home remedies that work against them, it is important to understand the structure of the respiratory tract.

Uric Acid

Uric acid is a chemical compound that is formed in the body following the breakdown of organic compounds in the body known as purines.

Wasp Sting

Wasps are insects that are commonly found in the temperate climate. These insects will often sting to protect themselves. They are also attracted by strong aromas and brightly colored clothes.

Water in Ear

Getting water in the ear is rather common, and affects anyone regardless of their age. The most obvious cause of this, as you may have thought, is coming into contact with water as is the case when swimming or showering.