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    • Canker Sores Canker sore is a small ulcer crater in the lining of the mouth. Canker sores are one of the most common problems that occur in...learn more »
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      Canker Sores Article
      • Canker sores facts
      • What are canker sores?
      • What are symptoms and signs of canker sores?
      • What are the causes of canker sores?
      • Are canker sores the same thing as fever blisters?
      • What is the treatment for canker sores?
      • What kind of topical medications (gels or ointments) are available for canker sores?
      • Can mouthwash solutions be used to treat canker sores?
      • What oral medications are available to help canker sores?
      • What should I do if I get canker sores frequently?
    • Fever Although a fever technically is any body temperature above the normal of 98.6 degrees F. (37 degrees C.), in practice a person is...learn more »
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      Fever Article
      • Aches, pain, fever facts
      • What is a fever?
      • What causes a fever?
      • What are the signs and symptoms of a fever?
      • How is a fever diagnosed?
      • How should I take a temperature for fever?
      • What is the treatment for a fever?
      • When should I seek medical care for a fever?
      • What are complications of a fever?
      • What is the prognosis for a fever?
      • Can fevers be prevented?
    • Flu (Influenza) Influenza (flu) is a respiratory illness caused by a virus. Flu symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, headache,...learn more »
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      Flu (Influenza) Article
      • Flu (influenza, conventional, H1N1, H3N2, and bird flu [H5N1]) facts
      • What is influenza?
      • What are the causes of the flu?
      • What are flu symptoms in adults and in children?
      • How is the flu diagnosed?
      • What is the key to flu prevention?
      • Are there any flu shot or nasal spray vaccine side effects in adults or in children?
      • Why should the influenza vaccine be taken every year?
      • What are some treatments an individual can do at home for the flu?
      • When should a person go to the emergency department for the flu?
      • Who should receive the flu vaccine, and who has the highest risk factors? When should someone get the flu shot?
      • What is the prognosis (outlook) and complications for patients who get the flu?
      • What is the bird (avian) flu?
      • Do antiviral agents protect people from the flu?
      • Is it safe to get a flu shot that contains thimerosal?
      • Where can I find additional information about the flu?
    • Ganglion A ganglion is a fluid-filled cyst that forms from the joint or tendon lining. Ganglia are most frequently found in the ankles and...learn more »
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      Ganglion Article
      • What is a ganglion?
      • Where do ganglia form and what symptoms do they cause?
      • How are ganglia treated?
    • Meningitis Encephalitis is a brain inflammation that causes sudden fever, vomiting, headache, light sensitivity, stiff neck and back,...learn more »
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      Meningitis Article
      • Encephalitis and meningitis facts
      • What is encephalitis?
      • What causes encephalitis?
      • What are encephalitis symptoms and signs?
      • What is meningitis?
      • What causes meningitis?
      • What are meningitis symptoms and signs?
      • What is encephalomyelitis?
      • How are encephalitis and meningitis diagnosed?
      • What is the treatment of encephalitis and meningitis?
      • What is the prognosis (outlook) and what are the complications for patients with encephalitis or meningitis?
      • Is meningitis contagious?
      • Can meningitis be prevented?
    • Miscarriage Miscarriage is the medical term for the spontaneous loss of pregnancy from conception to 20 weeks gestation. Risk factors for a...learn more »
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      Miscarriage Article
      • What is a miscarriage?
      • How common is miscarriage?
      • What causes miscarriage?
      • What are the types of miscarriage?
      • What are signs and symptoms of a miscarriage?
      • How is miscarriage diagnosed?
      • What happens after a miscarriage?
      • What is the outlook for future pregnancies after a miscarriage?
      • Can miscarriage be prevented?

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Terms related to Herpes Simplex Infections (Non-Genital):

  • Cold Sores
  • Fever Blisters
  • Herpes of the Lips and Mouth
  • Herpetic Whitlow
  • Non-Genital Herpes
  • Wrestlers' Herpes