Prevention is better than cure. Teaching you the basic tips on how we can avoid having dengue fever.
There are simple precautions we can take to stay in peak condition during this tricky season. Wash your handsBacteria and viruses come alive during the monsoon and you can come into contact with them just by crossing the road or holding on to an infected railing or bench. Wash your hands as frequently as you can with soap and warm
Dengue is caused by a virus and there are no antiviral drugs or injections for its cure. The only treatment is to treat the symptoms and prevention. Protect yourself by getting horsepower.ph healthcare plans here. This video explains why we should all care about dengue.
Dengue is spread by the bites primarily of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes which thrive in clean and stagnant water abundant during rainy days. Horsepower.ph presents the sign and symptoms of dengue for its awareness.
This week, we are going to talk about another disease related to the season which has affected thousands of Filipinos, even one of our team members, which almost cost him his life. And this is called Dengue Fever. Dengue (pronounced DENgee) fever is a painful, debilitating mosquito-borne disease caused by the bite of a mosquito infected with any one of four closely related dengue
Identification of leptospirosis in its early stages is largely a clinical diagnosis and relies on a high index of suspicion based on the patient’s risk factors, exposure history, and presenting signs and symptoms.Most leptospirosis cases are mild and resolve spontaneously. Early initiation of antimicrobial therapy may prevent some patients from progressing to more severe diseases. There are strong grounds for
as a continuation of our health series, we will now discuss the signs and symptoms of Leptospirosis. Patients usually show symptoms like sudden onset of fever, chills, and headache. The headache is often severe and has been described as a bitemporal, frontal throbbing headache accompanied by pain behind the orbit of the eye and painful sensitiveness to light. Muscle pain and tenderness is also
Rainy Season is once again upon us! And with the rains, come floods and different diseases associated with it. Here is an example of a disease associated with rains and flooding. Our country has two seasons, wet and dry. And now that we are in the wet season, another challenge to our employees and businesses is the rains and