Anne from Ask A Prepper wrote an article about simple remedies for things like fevers, headaches, coughs, rashes, toothaches, and more.
Here are most of the symptoms you will receive if you have HIV. The most common ones are Swollen lymph glands, fever, rashes and sore throat. You will experience many of these if you are positive for HIV.
#Chickenpox is a very common childhood infection. Learn how to help your child prevent or cope with chickenpox and recognize the symptoms and warning signs such as fever, rash, and blisters (Arabic).
Here's a throwback to 1978: Children's Hospital Colorado's Dr. James Todd (with his colleagues) discovered a new condition called Toxic Shock Syndrome. The then-mysterious illness caused fever, rash and shock among children. We think it's pretty cool that our doctors are leading researchers, too!
"A newly emerging disease is threatening the Americas.... Until October, [the mosquito-borne virus] Zika was not thought much of a threat: only a fifth of infected people fall ill, usually with just mild fever, rash, joint aches and red eyes. Since then, though, evidence has been piling up that it may cause birth defects in children and neurological problems in adults."
Only about 20 per cent of people who are infected with Zika actually experience any symptoms. The rest have no idea they were ever infected with it at all... Fever, rash, nausea, joint and muscle pain, headaches and redness of the eyes are all signs of a Zika infection. The only way to know for sure, though, is by getting a blood test.
Scarlet Fever Strep throat caused by erythrogenic toxin producing strains of Streptococcus pyogenes results in scarlet fever. Erythrogenic toxin production is caused by a phage. Symptoms include a red rash, high fever, red enlarged tongue. Penicillin is the drug of choice. Immunity is developed to the toxin not the organism.
Schistosome fluke. Coloured SEM of a schistosome (Schistosoma sp.) fluke worm, a cause of schistosomiasis in humans. This parasitic trematode (flatworm) lives in the veins around the large intestine, anchoring itself to the wall of the blood vessel with several suckers (one seen at centre), and feeding on its host's blood. The worms cause fever and abdominal pain, and the eggs produced by the female worm can form obstructions of tissues known as granulomas.