The benefits of aromatherapy with Damask rose essential oil for first-time mothers
(Natural News) Damask rose (Rosa damascena) is a flowering plant widely known for its heady fragrance and many uses. Rose oil, also called the “attar of roses,” is used to flavor food and make rose water, which is used today to remedy skin irritation and redness, sore throat, infections and headaches. Meanwhile, recent studies have found that...
CONCLUSION: According to the Centers for Disease Control, common symptoms of human coronavirus include fever, cough, runny nose, sore throat, and headache. In the case of SARS-CoV-2, there are limited reports about headaches, one of the most common clinical manifestations. There are currently no studies that focus specifically on headache among patients with SARS-CoV-2 infection. PMID: 33017479 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
ConclusionThe most common otolaryngologic symptoms of COVID-19 infection are known as sore throat, smell and/or taste disturbances. However, our study showed that these patients can be seen with different symptoms in otological or laryngeal areas. Therefore, a more careful evaluation should be made in terms of otolaryngologic symptoms when COVID 19 infection is suspected.
Children get sick; it’s part of life. They catch colds, they get fevers, they throw up and get diarrhea. Most of the time, it’s nothing at all. But this year, as we struggle through the COVID-19 pandemic, every sniffle will be complicated. The problem is, the symptoms of COVID-19 can be not just mild, but similar to the symptoms of all the common illnesses kids get all the time. Symptoms can include fever, even a mild one cough (that you don’t have another clear reason for) breathing difficulty sore throat or runny nose (that you don’t have another clear reason for) loss of taste or smell headache ...
The recent report of corona virus 2019 reinfection  has some parallels with, and also some differences from another recently published report of covid 19 reinfection . The latter report concerned a 33 year old man who initially presented with fever. Cough, sputum, sore throat and headache. The diagnosis of covid-19 was confirmed by a positive posterior oropharyngeal saliva SARS-Cov-2 RT-PCR test on March 26, 2020. By the time he was hospitalised, on March 29, all his symptoms had subsided.
Authors: Kitakawa D, Oliveira FE, Neves de Castro P, Carvalho LFCS Abstract OBJECTIVE: The present case report aims to make a discussion concerning oral manifestations in a patient with a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19. Female patient, 20 years old, nursing technician, showed severe sore throat and headache without presence of fever. She tested positive for COVID-19 RT-PCR test in 2 episodes. She also showed lesions in the median lower lip semimucosa and severe pruritus, with a clinical course of 14 days, in which we performed a clinical diagnosis of herpes simplex infection. We need to be precise in terms of clin...
Conclusions: CMV hepatitis in immunocompetent individuals has a satisfactory outcome, but occasionally results in complications in other organs. The sIL-2R level has potential as a surrogate marker of hepatic inflammation in immunocompetent patients with CMV hepatitis. PMID: 32908853 [PubMed - in process]
Conclusion: The conclusion of this study will provide evidence for judging whether Baduanjin exercise is an effective intervention for the quality of life of rehabilitative patients. PROSPERO registration number: CRD42020199443
CONCLUSION: Oseltamivir-antibiotic combination treatment showed early resolution of some symptoms with cumulatively reduced mean symptom severity score in severe influenza infection hospitalized patients. PMID: 32893285 [PubMed - in process]
Conclusion A patient of COVID-19 was successfully treated by homoeopathic medicines based on symptom similarity. Individualised homoeopathic intervention with precautionary measures can be an answer to the ongoing crisis. [...] Thieme Medical and Scientific Publishers Private Ltd. Article in Thieme eJournals: Table of contents | Abstract | Full text
This article will analyze the various studies focusing on taste disturbances as a reliable early symptom for COVID-19 screening.