A more common cause of stomach distress is food poisoning, which does have a dramatic, secret agent kind of sound to it. It just means that something got into your food (accidentally!) that has made you sick.Continue reading
Tiny Vampires We are gathering carefully outdoors more than ever this summer in order to stay COVID-safe. And who else likes to have a meal outside on a warm evening? Mosquitos. All they want is a little of your blood, but what they leave behind under your skin is an unwelcome parting gift –their saliva. […]Continue reading
Many people have heard of strep throat, which is caused by Group A Streptococcus.Continue reading
What’s the cervix and where is it?Continue reading
Being very overweight is often seen as a factor in many health problems, but now is seen as a factor in people’s risk of getting, transmitting, and dying from influenza.Continue reading
Most adults have been vaccinated, but aren’t sure if they’re still immune and need a booster.Continue reading
The word Herpes and people stop in their tracks. It’s one of those infections that carries with it a lot of sexual baggage.Continue reading
If you or someone you care about is concerned that they may have herpes, then you know that it can be a very worrisome time with a long list of questions. What makes it even more difficult is that you might be hearing conflicting and confusing information.Continue reading
We know that women are 6 to 7 times more likely than men to become infected with herpes.
A report from the World Health Organization estimates that 28% of women will be infected with Herpes by age 50.
We know that between 20-40% of adults around the world are infected with Genital Herpes (HSV – 2 )Continue reading