Fever in Children: Causes, Treatment & Home Remedies – Max Hospital

In this video, Dr Anupama Gupta, Principal Consultant at Max Hospital Panchsheel Park explains what is a common fever in children and what are its causes, treatment & home remedies. According to Dr Anupama, the leading causes of fever could be anything from flu, diarrhoea, typhoid and dengue. Whenever the fever occurs, it is essential to control the temperature, and if the temperature is higher than 102 degrees, then it is important to do lukewarm water sponging. Dr Anupama states that paracetamol is the safest medicine for children; however, the dose of this medicine varies according to the weight of the child. It is important to note that if the fever lasts more than 48 hours and is accompanied by a cough, cold, loose motions, then it is better to take doctor’s advice.

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What Causes Belly Fat

Dr. Oz and educator Science Bob explain how you can soothe inflammation in the body by including one serving of good fats in each meal.

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Corneal scar, causes and treatment options, cloudy cornea – A State of Sight #62

Corneal scarring can permanently interfere with vision after corneal ulcers, infections, or inflammation. Learn more about corneal scars in this episode of A State of Sight with Isaac Porter, MD.

Fortunately, scars usually do fade some with time, but the don’t often disappear completely. Scarring near the surface can be treated differently than deeper scarring which may require a corneal transplant to restore clarity.

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Bloodshot Eyes (Red Eyes) Causes and Treatments

How to Treat Bloodshot eyes or red eyes?

Have you ever experienced bloodshot, or red eyes?

Did you ever wonder what causes it, and how to treat it?

In this video we will look at 3 common culprits, that can cause this condition.

Let’s first look at Dry Eyes

Dry eyes impact millions of people every year.

The symptoms may range from mild discomfort, to a more severe pain level.

In some cases, a person suffering from dry eyes may experience uncomfortable stinging, itching, and burning.

These symptoms, can be the result of a variety of root causes, ranging from the normal aging process, which can limit the production of lubricant, causing dehydration in the eye tissues.

to Environmental conditions, autoimmune disorders, allergies, hormonal changes, medication, and trauma to the eye.

If left untreated, these symptoms can damage the corneal tissues, which can ultimately impact vision quality.

Once diagnosed with this condition, an eye doctor can provide a few options for treatment.

Some of these may include one, or a combination of the following:

– For a mild form of the disorder, an over the counter artificial tear drop solution may help.

– For more severe cases prescription drops may be used to reduce the inflammation.

– Blocking the teer ducts, using specialized punctal plugs, can reduce excessive teer drainage, and allow the fluid to better bathe the surrounding tissues.

– and over the counter prescription therapy could also increase the natural production of tears.

Another Culprit can be Pink Eye, or Conjunctivitis

Pink Eye, is an inflammation of the thin tissue layer, lining the surface of the inner eyelid, and front of the eye.

There are 3 main types of pink eye.

– Contagious viral, or bacterial infections of the eye.

– Allergies to allergens such as pollen, cosmetics, animals, and certain fabrics.

– and Irritations to chemicals found in air, fumes, and swimming pools.

In the instance of pink eye, a person can resort to the following suggestions for the treatment of the disorder.

– Use a damp cloth to help reduce swelling, and redness.

– and Consult an eye doctor for a proper diagnosis if symptoms persist.

When it comes to pink eye, the best form of treatment is to take preventative steps such as.

– Keeping your hands away from your eyes.

– Wash your hands regularly.

– and Do not share towels, washcloths, cosmetics, or eye drops with others.

The last we will discuss is Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a disease that can damage a person’s optic nerve if left untreated.

The net result can include partial, or complete blindness.

Ultimately, the cause of this disorder, is the buildup of pressure within the eye, where the nourishing fluid within the eye, is unable to flow through the natural draining system, and keep the eye’s internal pressure within safety margins.

Apart from the dangers that this pressure can cause to the optic nerve, located at the back of the eye, this pressure build up can sometimes cause the white of the eyes to seem red in color.

Some other related symptoms may include:

– Gradual loss of peripheral vision.

– Development of tunnel vision.

– Diminished central sight.

– and Complete blindness.

Although Glaucoma is considered to be a severe, and dangerous disorder, early diagnosis, and treatment will provide a highly successful, and stable treatment of this often chronic disease.

Some of the treatments may include:

– Medication in eye drop or pill form.

– Laser Trabeculoplasty.

– and Surgery.

Everyone, at one point or another, has experienced blood shot eyes.

Whether it’s from swimming in a chlorinated pool, or prolonged exposure to smoke in a crowded room, the look is almost the same.

In most cases, there is not much to be concerned with, however if the symptoms mentioned above last for an extended period of time, it is important to consult your eye doctor.

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Causes and Solutions for Facial Hair in Women

Dr. Jessica Shepherd discusses the options she often prescribes for her patients with unwanted facial hair and other symptoms that could be signs of PCOS.

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What Are Styes? Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

What are Styes?
A stye is a blocked gland at the edge of the lid, which has become infected by bacteria.
The infection can cause redness and pain.

Treating Styes
Apply a warm compress to the area for 15 minutes, three-to-four times a day, followed by the application of an antibiotic ointment prescribed by your doctor.

Once the stye has ‘pointed’, it can usually be squeezed gently to empty its contents, after which, the lids should be cleaned.
Treatment with the ointment should be continued until symptoms have cleared.

In some cases it is necessary for the stye to be lanced by an eye care practitioner to assist in its drainage.

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What Is A Stye? What Causes A Stye? How To Treat A Stye!

Dr. Travis Zigler discusses everything you want to know about styes including what it is, what causes it, and how to treat a stye!

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What Are the Causes of Congestion & Mucus Buildup While Sleeping? : Health Tips

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If you are experiencing congestion and mucus buildup while sleeping, you could be experiencing a few key things. Find out about the causes of congestion and mucus buildup while sleeping with help from a naturopathic doctor in this free video clip.

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