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Kenya Medical Directory - Kenya Medical Directory The Kenya Medical Directory and its online version www.healthcareinkenya.com are the leading Healthcare reference platforms in Kenya. They provide friendly network which assist healthcare stakeholders to promote their products, and services hence increase your market share. Section two of this Directory provides space for users of this publication to publish and share their views on healthcare topical issues.
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ThrushCrusader | Leading the crusade to cure your thrush! Leading the crusade to your thrush cure today! Congratulations! You've made it to the Thrush Crusader – The #1 Internet destination where all of your vaginal Thrush, Candida and Yeast Infection questions are answered! Thrush can be an embarrassing ailment, and the symptoms can come at the least opportune times. An itchy va-jay-jay (yes…that IS a word!) during meetings can leave you squirming in your seat, or that cottage-cheese like discharge can turn your date night from "hot" to "not". Never fear! If you're suffering from thrush (or think you could be), you've come to the right place! Here you'll find everything you need to know about how to ditch that pesky thrush infection, including prevention, treatment options and cures! Thrush Treatment Comparison Table (Keep reading below this table for more great info!) Err.. so what exactly is thrush? In laymans terms, thrush is an irritation of the vagina and the area around the vulva. It is also known as a "Yeast Infection" and "Candida Albicans", Basically, there's a heap of good bacteria and a small number of yeast cells in a healthy vagina. Usually, the good bacteria keeps the yeast in check and under control – but every now and again there's an overgrowth of an opportunistic yeast-like fungi called Candida Albicans, which can lead to an infection in your pink bits. We call this infection "Thrush", or a "Yeast Infection". These infections are pretty common – and almost every woman experiences it at least once in their life. It can be bothersome, but it is rarely serious and treated easily! Read on to find out how! Symptoms of thrush (aka Yeast Infection, Candida Albicans) Ewww… Why is there cottage cheese in my undies?! One of the most common symptoms of vaginal thrush is a discharge that can look similar to cottage cheese. It doesn't have much of an odour like some other vaginal infections, so if you're worried it could be something more serious, remember - "If it don't smell, you're doin' well!". Other symptoms of thrush include Pain when peeing (usually a burning sensation similar to a UTI) Pain when having sex (noooo!). Redness and swelling of the vagina and around the vulva, causing an itch (which is almost never appropriate to scratch in public!). A general soreness in your Wonder Down Under. You might only be experiencing a few of these symptoms, and depending on your body, the symptoms of thrush can be either mild or severe. Either way, help is on the way! Read on for how to treat thrush and yeast infections! But I'm a good person… Why did I get thrush!? So you helped an old lady cross the road and gave up your seat for a pregnant lady. Unfortunately thrush doesn't care about how nice you are! All men thrush cares about is how healthy you and you vagina is, and if you give it an inch and it will take a mile! Causes of thrush or yeast infections can happen for a number of reasons, including: When your period is fast approaching (usually a week before you're due). During this time, your pH levels fluctuate, disrupting the perfect balance of bacteria and yeast. Remember how thrush is a yeast infection caused by Candida Albicans? Well leading up to your period, Candida Albicans is like a kid in a candy store of perfect fungus breeding conditions! When using antibiotics or steroids – these make the immune system slightly weaker, leaving you more susceptible to an overgrowth of a Candida Albicans infection. If you suffer from Diabetes, MS or have a weakened immune system If you're pregnant (you'd think your body would give you a break, right? Wrong! Thrush just looooves to pop up while you're preggers!) If your body has a tendency to suffer from similar vulval skin conditions. If you're overly stressed and not sleeping – Just as this affects your overall health, bouts of stress and strain on the body can increase the likelihood and frequency of thrush. So chill out, girl, you're going to give yourself a thrush attack! If you've been eating too many Krispy Kreme donuts. Ok, maybe Krispy Kreme isn't the culprit here – but your poor food eating habits could be! Diets with extreme amounts of sugary foods can affect your overall health and directly impact the health of your vagina. So put that donut back and pick up that carrot stick! All in all, thrush and Yeast Infections can happen to anyone at any time. In fact, over 75% of women experience thrush at least once in their life, and 50% of those women have it 2 or more times! So get back down off that ledge, and read on for how to fix it, sister! Less talk and more cures! How do I flush the thrush? Since thrush and yeast infections are ultimately a fungal infection of your hooch, you'll need some antifungal medicines to help cure thrush and yeast infections. These medicines come as creams, tablets, or ointments and suppositories that are inserted into your vagina. Most of these can be bought over the counter at a drug store, grocery store, or even online. Check out our comparison table of some of the most effective medication to make an educated decision as to what will work best for you! There are also some natural thrush and yeast infection remedies that will deliver you the quick and invasive-free cure you're after. Check out our top 10 natural remedies here! When NOT to self prescribe thrush and yeast infection medicine. Remember, thrush and yeast infections can be treated easily and efficiently, but if you are pregnant, have never been diagnosed with a yeast infection, or keep getting thrush and yeast infections, it's advisable to see your doctor before you treat yourself. If you're unfamiliar with the symptoms of thrush, you could mistakenly be trying to treat an STI with anti-fungal medication. Always see your doctor if unsure, and if using over-the-counter medication, remember to follow the instructions TO THE TEE! If I have thrush or a yeast infection, can my partner catch it from me? First things first, thrush and yeast infections are not categorised as sexually transmitted infections (STI's). That's a whole other kettle of fish. However, it is can be spread to sexual partners. Sharing is caring, right? Hmm.. Maybe not in this case! About 12-15% of men can get an itchy rash on their Johnson if they have unprotected sex with a woman who has thrush. This is especially so for men who haven't been circumcised. Because thrush and yeast infections are fungal skin infections, lesbians can also be at risk of spreading their yeast infections to their partner. If your partner has any symptoms, they should also be tested and treated to prevent reinfecting you, even if you have already treated your infection. I know there's safetly in numbers, but I don't think your partner will see it that way! Ok.. Now that I know how to treat thrush, how can I prevent it in future? Apart from the main causes of thrush and yeast infections mentioned above, you can proactively reduce your risk of getting thrush by: Ignore all the pro-douche advice you've received. Douching is b.a.d for your va-jay-jay. Studies show that this natural "remedy" can actually have adverse outcomes that actually increase your risk of vaginal infections in future! Check out the study here if you don't believe us! Avoid scented soaps and hygiene products. Try to use soap substitutes instead, and clean the area no more than once per day. Change your sanitary pads and tampons regularly during your period. It's a no brainer, right? Well you'd be surprised. Avoid synthetic fibre underwear and tight underwear. This makes your hoo-haa warm and moist – perfect conditions for the Candida fungus to grow! Wear cotton underwear pantyhose with a cotton crotch. This will keep your bits nice and dry and less likely to succumb to a Candida fungus overgrowth. Change out of wet clothes, swimwear and exercise gear as soon as possible. Aside from it preventing thrush, you'll stop getting weird looks from people about your sweaty, wet smell. I think I have thrush... But it's not "down there". Is there such a thing as Oral Thrush? Ahhh, so you think you have Oral Thrush? Yes, it's a thing, and yes, it's easily treatable. Oral thrush is also the by-product of an overload of Candida fungus in your mouth. For more info on how to treat vaginal thrush's not so intimate cousin, Oral Thrush, click here! Help! I'm not sure if it's thrush and don't want to go to the doctor! I know how you feel! The last think ANY gal wants is to spread eagle on their doc's chair while they have a little peek at your Lady V. Typically, if you haven't ever had thrush before and are unsure what is ailing your vajizzle, it's probably best for you to visit your doc to get it diagnosed. After all, some of the symptoms for thrush are similar to some sexually transmitted diseases like chlamydia and gonorrhoea. Don't be shy though – doctors have seen it all before and will be easily able to diagnose your condition through a quick pelvic exam. You should really consider getting a professional diagnosis from a doctor if: You're under 16 or over 60 years old. Have a bun in the oven. Have symptoms that differ from a previous bout of thrush. For example, if you've had thrush before, but are experiencing new and uncomfortable ulcers or blisters near your vagina, or have a smelly discharge etc, then a trip to the doc's is.. well. just what the doctor ordered. Have abnormal vaginal bleeding. Have abdominal (lower tummy) pains. Have had bad reactions to previous anti thrush or yeast infection medication or treatments. Have had reoccurring thrush more than twice in 6 months. You or your partner has had an STI (it might be a reoccurrance of the STI rather than a case of thrush). Ok.. Enough's enough! What are all these weird names you're giving my vagina? You'll soon realise on your quest to cure your thrush that there are as many treatments as there are nicknames for your special friend at the bottom end. How many of these words have you used to describe your Vag? axe wound – badly wrapped kebab – bald man in a boat – bang hole – bat cave – bean –bearded clam – bearded oyster – beav – beaver – beefcurtain – beef curtain – beef flap –birth cannon – blue waffle – box – bread – buju – camel's foot – camel toe – candy – chach –cha cha – cherry – chocha – cho-cho – chonch – choot – clit – clown hole – clunge – cock –cock pocket – cock socket – coo – cooch – coochie – cookie – coosie – cooter – cuder – cunny –cunt – cunt hole – cunt punt – cutty – cut up – 'c' word – fanny – fish taco – flange – front bottom –fuck hole – fur burger – fur pie – gap – gash – growler – hair burger – hair pie – hairy axe wound –ham flap – ham wallet – hatchet wound – hooded lady – hoo-hoo – hot pocket – ill na-na –incision – jute – kitty – kooch – kooter – kuder – lip – love cave – love taco – lunchmeat –mangina – man in the boat – man in the boat, the – meat curtains – meat flap – meatwallet –meat wallet – minge – moose knuckle – muff – muffin – na-na – nappy dugout – neden – ninja foot – nookie – open wound –pink – pink canoe – pink sausage wallet – pink taco – pink velvet sausage wallet – piss flaps – pookie – poon – poonaner –poonani – poontang – poon tang pie – pootang – poo tang – pooter – pootie tang – prison purse – promised land, the – punani –punanni – puss – pussy – putang – pu-tang – quif – quiff – quim – quivering mound of love pudding – roast beef –roast beef curtains – slit – smush mitten – snatch – snizz – soggy box – sprained vagina – tampon tunnel – tang – trim –tunnel of love – twat – twitchet – V – vadge – vag – vagine – vagoo – vajayjay – va-jay-jay – vajizzle – vertical smile –whisker biscuit – whispering eye – wizard sleeve – woo – woogit – wugget – wuss Still want to know more about Vaginal Thrush? 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Alka''s Sujok Acupuncture Healing Centre in Hyderabad ,SJ T Alka Sodhani. "NO DISEASE IS INCURABLE". If you are tired of prolonged medication with no results, excessive pain, stress, and entangled with lifestyle diseases then it is time to switch to Sujok. It an age old oriental medicine. It is a drug less therapy which uses hands and feet to cure. Acupuncture ,acupressure, colour therapy, seed therapy, twist therapy , magnet therapy ,moxibustion , smile meditation, samwondong , samwongong are some of the modalities that we use. ACUPUNCTURE: Definition Acupuncture is one of the main forms of treatment in traditional Chinese medicine. It involves the use of sharp, thin needles that are inserted in the body at very specific points. This process is believed to adjust and alter the body’s energy flow into healthier patterns, and is used to treat a wide variety of illnesses and health conditions. Purpose The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends acupuncture as an effective treatment for over forty medical problems, including allergies, respiratory conditions, gastrointestinal disorders, gynaecological problems, nervous conditions, disorders of the eyes, nose and throat, and childhood illnesses, among others. Acupuncture has been used in the treatment of alcoholism and substance abuse. It is an effective and low-cost treatment for headaches and chronic pain, associated with problems like back injuries and arthritis. It has also been used to supplement invasive Western treatments like chemotherapy and surgery. Acupuncture is generally most effective when used as prevention or before a health condition becomes acute, but it has been used to help patients suffering from cancer and AIDS. Acupuncture is limited in treating conditions or traumas that require surgery or emergency care (such as for broken bones). Description Origins The original text of Chinese medicine is the Nei Ching, The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, which is estimated to be at least 2,500 years old. Thousands of books since then have been written on the subject of Chinese healing, and its basic philosophies spread long ago to other Asian civilizations. Nearly all of the forms of Oriental medicine which are used in the West today, including acupuncture, shiatsu, acupressure massage, and macrobiotics, are part of or have their roots in Chinese medicine. Legend has it that acupuncture developed when early Chinese physicians observed unpredicted effects of puncture wounds in Chinese warriors. The oldest known text on acupuncture, the Systematic Classic of Acupuncture, dates back to 282 A.D. Although acupuncture is its best known technique, Chinese medicine traditionally utilizes herbal remedies, dietary therapy, lifestyle changes and other means to treat patients. In the early 1900s, only a few Western physicians who had visited China were fascinated by acupuncture, but outside of Asian-American communities it remained virtually unknown until the 1970s, when Richard Nixon became the first U.S. president to visit China. On Nixon’s trip, journalists were amazed to observe major operations being performed on patients without the use of anesthetics. Instead, wide-awake patients were being operated on with only acupuncture needles inserted into them to control pain. During that time, a famous columnist for the New York Times, James Reston, had to undergo surgery and elected to use acupuncture instead of pain medication, and he wrote some convincing stories on its effectiveness. Today, acupuncture is being practiced in all 50 states by over 9,000 practitioners, with over 4,000 MDs including it in their practices. Acupuncture has shown notable success in treating many conditions, and over 15 million Americans have used it as a therapy. Acupuncture, however, remains largely unsupported by the medical establishment. The American Medical Association has been resistant to researching it, as it is based on concepts very different from the Western scientific model. Several forms of acupuncture are being used today in America. Japanese acupuncture uses extremely thin needles and does not incorporate herbal medicine in its practice. Auricular acupuncture uses acupuncture points only on the ear, which are believed to stimulate and balance internal organs. In France, where acupuncture is very popular and more accepted by the medical establishment, neurologist Paul Nogier developed a system of acupuncture based on neuroendocrine theory rather than on traditional Chinese concepts, which is gaining some use in America. Key terms Acupressure — Form of massage using acupuncture points. Auricular acupuncture — Acupuncture using only points found on the ears. Chi — Basic life energy. Meridian — Channel through which chi travels in the body. Moxibustion — Acupuncture technique which burns the herb moxa or mugwort. Tonification — Acupuncture technique for strengthening the body. Yin/Yang — Universal characteristics used to describe aspects of the natural world. Basic ideas of Chinese medicine Chinese medicine views the body as a small part of the universe, and subject to universal laws and principles of harmony and balance. Chinese medicine does not draw a sharp line, as Western medicine does, between mind and body. The Chinese system believes that emotions and mental states are every bit as influential on disease as purely physical mechanisms, and considers factors like work, environment, lifestyle and relationships as fundamental to the overall picture of a patient’s health. Chinese medicine also uses very different symbols and ideas to discuss the body and health. While Western medicine typically describes health in terms of measurable physical processes made up of chemical reactions, the Chinese use ideas like yin and yang, chi, the organ system, and the five elements to describe health and the body. To understand the ideas behind acupuncture, it is worthwhile to introduce some of these basic terms. YIN AND YANG. According to Chinese philosophy, the universe and the body can be described by two separate but complementary principles, that of yin and yang. For example, in temperature, yin is cold and yang is hot. In gender, yin is female and yang is male. In activity, yin is passive and yang is active. In light, yin is dark and yang is bright; in direction yin is inward and downward and yang is outward and up, and so on. Nothing is ever completely yin or yang, but a combination of the two. These two principles are always interacting, opposing, and influencing each other. The goal of Chinese medicine is not to eliminate either yin or yang, but to allow the two to balance each other and exist harmoniously together. For instance, if a person suffers from symptoms of high blood pressure, the Chinese system would say that the heart organ might have too much yang, and would recommend methods either to reduce the yang or to increase the yin of the heart, depending on the other symptoms and organs in the body. Thus, acupuncture therapies seek to either increase or reduce yang, or increase or reduce yin in particular regions of the body. CHI. Another fundamental concept of Chinese medicine is that of chi (pronounced chee, also spelled qi). Chi is the fundamental life energy of the universe. It is invisible and is found in the environment in the air, water, food and sunlight. In the body, it is the invisible vital force that creates and animates life. We are all born with inherited amounts of chi, and we also get acquired chi from the food we eat and the air we breathe. The level and quality of a person’s chi also depends on the state of physical, mental and emotional balance. Chi travels through the body along channels called meridians. THE ORGAN SYSTEM. In the Chinese system, there are twelve main organs: the lung, large intestine, stomach, spleen, heart, small intestine, urinary bladder, kidney, liver, gallbladder, pericardium, and the “triple warmer,” which represents the entire torso region. Each organ has chi energy associated with it, and each organ interacts with particular emotions on the mental level. As there are twelve organs, there are twelve types of chi which can move through the body, and these move through twelve main channels or meridians. Chinese doctors connect symptoms to organs. That is, symptoms are caused by yin/yang imbalances in one or more organs, or by an unhealthy flow of chi to or from one organ to another. Each organ has a different profile of symptoms it can manifest. THE FIVE ELEMENTS. Another basis of Chinese theory is that the world and body are made up of five main elements: wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. These elements are all interconnected, and each element either generates or controls another element. For instance, water controls fire and earth generates metal. Each organ is associated with one of the five elements. The Chinese system uses elements and organs to describe and treat conditions. For instance, the kidney is associated with water and the heart is associated with fire, and the two organs are related as water and fire are related. If the kidney is weak, then there might be a corresponding fire problem in the heart, so treatment might be made by acupuncture or herbs to cool the heart system and/or increase energy in the kidney system. The Chinese have developed an intricate system of how organs and elements are related to physical and mental symptoms, and the above example is a very simple one. Although this system sounds suspect to Western scientists, some interesting parallels have been observed. For instance, Western medicine has observed that with severe heart problems, kidney failure often follows, but it still does not know exactly why. In Chinese medicine, this connection between the two organs has long been established. MEDICAL PROBLEMS AND ACUPUNCTURE. In Chinese medicine, disease as seen as imbalances in the organ system or chi meridians, and the goal of any remedy or treatment is to assist the body in reestablishing its innate harmony. Disease can be caused by internal factors like emotions, external factors like the environment and weather, and other factors like injuries, trauma, diet, and germs. However, infection is seen not as primarily a problem with germs and viruses, but as a weakness in the energy of the body which is allowing a sickness to occur. In Chinese medicine, no two illnesses are ever the same, as each body has its own characteristics of symptoms and balance. Acupuncture is used to open or adjust the flow of chi throughout the organ system, which will strengthen the body and prompt it to heal itself. A VISIT TO THE ACUPUNCTURIST. The first thing an acupuncturist will do is get a thorough idea of a patient’s medical history and symptoms, both physical and emotional. This is done with a long questionnaire and interview. Then the acupuncturist will examine the patient to find further symptoms, looking closely at the tongue, the pulse at various points in the body, the complexion, general behavior, and other signs like coughs or pains. From this, the practitioner will be able to determine patterns of symptoms which indicate which organs and areas are imbalanced. Depending on the problem, the acupuncturist will insert needles to manipulate chi on one or more of the twelve organ meridians. On these twelve meridians, there are nearly 2,000 points which can be used in acupuncture, with around 200 points being most frequently used by traditional acupuncturists. During an individual treatment, one to twenty needles may be used, depending on which meridian points are chosen. Acupuncture needles are always sterilized and acupuncture is a very safe procedure. The depth of insertion of needles varies, depending on which chi channels are being treated. Some points barely go beyond superficial layers of skin, while some acupuncture points require a depth of 1-3 in (2.5-7.5 cm) of needle. The needles generally do not cause pain. Patients sometimes report pinching sensations and often pleasant sensations, as the body experiences healing. Depending on the problem, the acupuncturist might spin or move the needles, or even pass a slight electrical current through some of them. Moxibustion may be sometimes used, in which an herbal mixture (moxa or mugwort) is either burned like incense on the acupuncture point or on the end of the needle, which is believed to stimulate chi in a particular way. Also, acupuncturists sometimes use cupping, during which small suction cups are placed on meridian points to stimulate them. How long the needles are inserted also varies. Some patients only require a quick in and out insertion to clear problems and provide tonification (strengthening of health), while some other conditions might require needles inserted up to an hour or more. The average visit to an acupuncturist takes about thirty minutes. The number of visits to the acupuncturist varies as well, with some conditions improved in one or two sessions and others requiring a series of six or more visits over the course of weeks or months. Costs for acupuncture can vary, depending on whether the practitioner is an MD. Precautions Acupuncture is generally a very safe procedure. If a patient is in doubt about a medical condition, more than one physician should be consulted. Also, a patient should always feel comfortable and confident that their acupuncturist is knowledgable and properly trained. Research and general acceptance Mainstream medicine has been slow to accept acupuncture; although more MDs are using it, the American Medical Association does not recognize it as a specialty. The reason for this is that the mechanism of acupuncture is difficult to scientifically understand or measure, such as the invisible energy of chi in the body. Western medicine, admitting that acupuncture works in many cases, has theorized that the energy meridians are actually part of the nervous system and that acupuncture relieves pain by releasing endorphins, or natural pain killers, into the bloodstream. Despite the ambiguity in the biochemistry involved, acupuncture continues to show effectiveness in clinical tests, from reducing pain to alleviating the symptoms of chronic illnesses, and research in acupuncture is currently growing. The Office of Alternative Medicine of the National Institute of Health is currently funding research in the use of acupuncture for treating depression and attention-deficit disorder. SUJOK- An art of healing: Sujok is a Drugless therapy to heal and put a person to ease from his dis-eased self. The Korean word Su means hand and Jok is foot. It is acupuncture, acupressure, seed, colour, twist, chakra, tri origin, palm leaf, energy flow, six ki, zonal, smile meditation etc, using hands and feet for treatment. The inventor of the science is Prof. Park Jae Woo. It is very interesting to note that the structure of the hand and foot demonstrates a surprising similarity with the structure of the human body. This similarity is the manifestation of deep inner relationships existing between the body and the hand. Sujok is a theory based on the fundamental traditional information of- • Korean acupuncture • Chinese acupuncture • Indian Chakra system • Egyptian Pyramid Energy System • Mesopotamian Spiral Energy stem In Sujok therapy treatment is given at various levels  Physical  Metaphysical (bio energy system of the body)  Emotional (mind)  Reason (brain, intellectual) The Sujok therapy is not only a mode of healing but it explains the laws of nature in the form of naturallaws and philosophy of existence. OUR FOUNDER: Alka''s Sujok Acupuncture Healing Centre in Hyderabad ,SJ T Alka Sodhani.
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Capital Center For Travel & Tropical Medicine Routine & Travel Immunizations Helpful Hints for the Traveler Illnesses and Precautions Illnesses and Precautions Prescriptions When traveling outside the United States, you should always be prepared for the unexpected. The physicians at Capital Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine can prescribe appropriate medications to take with you to help avoid and treat disease. Malaria Malaria is a life threatening disease that is transmitted by infected mosquitoes. Travelers can avoid infection by repelling mosquitoes and using preventative medicines. You can repel mosquitoes by the following methods • Use insect repellent containing 30-50% DEET on all exposed skin except eyes, lips and open wounds. • Pre-treat clothes, netting and shoes with permethrin, which also repels mosquitoes. • Wear long pants tucked into pants when hiking and long sleeve shirts tucked into your pants. • Avoid scented products such as perfumes and deodorants. • Try to remain indoors between dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active. Your physician will prescribe anti-malarial medicines which are taken before, during and after your trip. It is extremely important to take these medications as prescribed. Before you travel, see your travel medicine provider. They will review your specific itinerary and determine the risk of malaria exposure. Traveler''s Diarrhea The most common health related issue to afflict the traveler is diarrhea. Typically caused by the ingestion of bacteria or their toxin byproducts, viruses and parasites after swallowing germs during mealtime or from contaminated hand to mouth contact. When traveling to a developing country be aware of the filtration system. Here are a few tips. • Boiling water for 3 minutes is a safe way to disinfect the water • Drink bottled water and juices. • Use bottled or boiled water to brush your teeth • Avoid milk and dairy products which may be unpasteurized • Do not use ice made from local tap water • Ask your physician about the use of iodine tablets to disinfect the water. • Eat only fruits with thick skin that you have personally peeled • Do not eat raw or undercooked meat, seafood or vegetables • Avoid salads (washed with contaminated water) • Do not eat food from street vendors • Wash hands with soap before eating Rehydration is the key if you should contract traveler''s diarrhea. If you have several watery stools with abdominal cramps you have likely contracted traveler''s diarrhea. You should drink fluids (bottled juices and water as well as broths made from boiled water). If possible try and purchase oral rehydration salts known as Pedialyte or Gatorade. If overseas and are unable to purchase these products you can make your own rehydrating solution. Mix together 1 tsp salt and 8 tsp sugar in 1 quart of clean (bottled or boiled) water. Over the counter medication, i.e. Imodium AD can be taken with caution only if you do not have a fever or bloody stools. Be careful, we do not want to trap the offending agent or chemical in your body so only use Imodium if you are having trouble keeping up with what is coming out of you. If you have no relief from Imodium AD, you should consider taking an antibiotic prescribed by your physician. Please wash your hands frequently to prevent infecting others. Ticks Ticks are one of the leading carriers of diseases to humans, whether from the tick bite itself or from the organisms in the tick''s saliva transmitted through the bite. The following are simple measures a traveler can take to help prevent a tick bite: • Avoid grassy areas and shrubs where ticks may be lying in wait. • Wear light colored clothing so ticks can be easily seen, and brush them off • Tuck your pants into boots or socks • Apply insect repellant to the clothing but not to the skin, specifically the brands designed to repel ticks. • At the end of the day do a "tick check" on yourself Unfortunately, many people think they know how to remove ticks, but the most common tick-removal methods result in increasing the chances of infection. The best way to remove a tick is to use a small pair of tweezers. Using the tweezers, carefully flip the tick onto its back. Grab the tick firmly (but not too tight as to cause it to rupture) with the tweezers as close to the skin as possible. Apply gentle pulling until the tick comes free. Twisting and turning the tick can cause the head and mouthpiece to break off increasing the chance of infection. Once the tick is removed, you may rinse it down the sink or flush it down a toilet. Consider keeping it in a tightly closed jar or taped to a piece of paper to help the doctor in managing your condition should you become ill from the tick bite. Cruise Ship Sanitation The CDC (United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) conducts sanitation inspections of all passenger cruise ships arriving at ports under control of the United States. These inspections are held to decrease the possibility of disease outbreaks caused by contaminated food or water on board cruise ship. Ships are rated on the following items to determine if they meet CDC''s sanitation standards: • Water • Refrigeration • Food Preparation • Potential contamination of food • Personal cleanliness of food handlers • General cleanliness and repair The inspection program is based on World Health Organization guidelines. A summary of cruise ship sanitation inspections and/or a copy of the last inspection report of a specified ship is available from the Office of Chief, Sanitation and Vector Control Activity, Quarantine Division, 1015 North America Way, Room 107, Miami, Florida 33132. Altitude Sickness Altitude sickness can affect 25% of adults going higher than 5000 feet. Eight percent of those symptomatic will develop more serious disease resulting in possible brain swelling and/or heart failure. Initial symptoms may mimic more common problems such as migraine headaches, dehydration, exhaustion, viral infections, or bronchitis. Travelers have options to decrease risk. Slower ascent facilitates acclimatization. Reduced activity upon arrival and appropriate high carbohydrate diet are helpful, as well as limited alcohol usage. Acetazolamide (Diamox) is the drug of choice to accelerate acclimatization and decrease susceptibility to altitude sickness. It is gentle, yet very effective when started twice or three times per day the day before ascent and continued until descent. Acetazolamide acts as a mild diuretic and also adjusts the chemistry of the body promoting adequate breathing patterns'' and fluid balance. Acetazolamide is contraindicated in persons with sulfa allergy. Dexamethasone and Nifedipine are helpful in select situations. Mild altitude sickness may be treated with analgesics, diamox, or dexamethasone. The mildly symptomatic person should rest and not go any higher until symptoms resolve. If there is no improvement in a few days, or the symptoms worsen, it becomes imperative to descend to lower elevation, and use oxygen in conjunction with further treatment to save the person''s life. Sexually Transmitted Disease Be aware of risk of infection if you should decide to be sexually active abroad. Particularly, risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes simplex, syphilis, HBV, etc. may be much higher than here in the U.S. Responsible behavior and use of condoms and alcohol will decrease but not eliminate all risk. Avoid illicit drugs. Abstinence is the only preferably reliable safe behavior. There is increased antibiotic resistance in some of these infections in Asia and Africa. It is important to let your health care provider know of your travel history, should you develop illness upon return home. General 20-50% of travel-related deaths are caused by accidents, trauma and injuries. Avoid nighttime driving in rural areas. Use seat belts and infant/child car seats. Avoid use of alcohol while driving or engaging in water sports. Use flotation devices or life jackets. Use helmets when riding bikes, horses, or mopeds. Avoid politically unstable areas. Illnesses and Precautions Prescriptions When traveling outside the United States, you should always be prepared for the unexpected. The physicians at Capital Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine can prescribe appropriate medications to take with you to help avoid and treat disease. Malaria Malaria is a life threatening disease that is transmitted by infected mosquitoes. Travelers can avoid infection by repelling mosquitoes and using preventative medicines. You can repel mosquitoes by the following methods • Use insect repellent containing 30-50% DEET on all exposed skin except eyes, lips and open wounds. • Pre-treat clothes, netting and shoes with permethrin, which also repels mosquitoes. • Wear long pants tucked into pants when hiking and long sleeve shirts tucked into your pants. • Avoid scented products such as perfumes and deodorants. • Try to remain indoors between dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active. Your physician will prescribe anti-malarial medicines which are taken before, during and after your trip. It is extremely important to take these medications as prescribed. Before you travel, see your travel medicine provider. They will review your specific itinerary and determine the risk of malaria exposure. Traveler''s Diarrhea The most common health related issue to afflict the traveler is diarrhea. Typically caused by the ingestion of bacteria or their toxin byproducts, viruses and parasites after swallowing germs during mealtime or from contaminated hand to mouth contact. When traveling to a developing country be aware of the filtration system. Here are a few tips. • Boiling water for 3 minutes is a safe way to disinfect the water • Drink bottled water and juices. • Use bottled or boiled water to brush your teeth • Avoid milk and dairy products which may be unpasteurized • Do not use ice made from local tap water • Ask your physician about the use of iodine tablets to disinfect the water. • Eat only fruits with thick skin that you have personally peeled • Do not eat raw or undercooked meat, seafood or vegetables • Avoid salads (washed with contaminated water) • Do not eat food from street vendors • Wash hands with soap before eating Rehydration is the key if you should contract traveler''s diarrhea. If you have several watery stools with abdominal cramps you have likely contracted traveler''s diarrhea. You should drink fluids (bottled juices and water as well as broths made from boiled water). If possible try and purchase oral rehydration salts known as Pedialyte or Gatorade. If overseas and are unable to purchase these products you can make your own rehydrating solution. Mix together 1 tsp salt and 8 tsp sugar in 1 quart of clean (bottled or boiled) water. Over the counter medication, i.e. Imodium AD can be taken with caution only if you do not have a fever or bloody stools. Be careful, we do not want to trap the offending agent or chemical in your body so only use Imodium if you are having trouble keeping up with what is coming out of you. If you have no relief from Imodium AD, you should consider taking an antibiotic prescribed by your physician. Please wash your hands frequently to prevent infecting others. Ticks Ticks are one of the leading carriers of diseases to humans, whether from the tick bite itself or from the organisms in the tick''s saliva transmitted through the bite. The following are simple measures a traveler can take to help prevent a tick bite: • Avoid grassy areas and shrubs where ticks may be lying in wait. • Wear light colored clothing so ticks can be easily seen, and brush them off • Tuck your pants into boots or socks • Apply insect repellant to the clothing but not to the skin, specifically the brands designed to repel ticks. • At the end of the day do a "tick check" on yourself Unfortunately, many people think they know how to remove ticks, but the most common tick-removal methods result in increasing the chances of infection. The best way to remove a tick is to use a small pair of tweezers. Using the tweezers, carefully flip the tick onto its back. Grab the tick firmly (but not too tight as to cause it to rupture) with the tweezers as close to the skin as possible. Apply gentle pulling until the tick comes free. Twisting and turning the tick can cause the head and mouthpiece to break off increasing the chance of infection. Once the tick is removed, you may rinse it down the sink or flush it down a toilet. Consider keeping it in a tightly closed jar or taped to a piece of paper to help the doctor in managing your condition should you become ill from the tick bite. Cruise Ship Sanitation The CDC (United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) conducts sanitation inspections of all passenger cruise ships arriving at ports under control of the United States. These inspections are held to decrease the possibility of disease outbreaks caused by contaminated food or water on board cruise ship. Ships are rated on the following items to determine if they meet CDC''s sanitation standards: • Water • Refrigeration • Food Preparation • Potential contamination of food • Personal cleanliness of food handlers • General cleanliness and repair The inspection program is based on World Health Organization guidelines. A summary of cruise ship sanitation inspections and/or a copy of the last inspection report of a specified ship is available from the Office of Chief, Sanitation and Vector Control Activity, Quarantine Division, 1015 North America Way, Room 107, Miami, Florida 33132. Altitude Sickness Altitude sickness can affect 25% of adults going higher than 5000 feet. Eight percent of those symptomatic will develop more serious disease resulting in possible brain swelling and/or heart failure. Initial symptoms may mimic more common problems such as migraine headaches, dehydration, exhaustion, viral infections, or bronchitis. Travelers have options to decrease risk. Slower ascent facilitates acclimatization. Reduced activity upon arrival and appropriate high carbohydrate diet are helpful, as well as limited alcohol usage. Acetazolamide (Diamox) is the drug of choice to accelerate acclimatization and decrease susceptibility to altitude sickness. It is gentle, yet very effective when started twice or three times per day the day before ascent and continued until descent. Acetazolamide acts as a mild diuretic and also adjusts the chemistry of the body promoting adequate breathing patterns'' and fluid balance. Acetazolamide is contraindicated in persons with sulfa allergy. Dexamethasone and Nifedipine are helpful in select situations. Mild altitude sickness may be treated with analgesics, diamox, or dexamethasone. The mildly symptomatic person should rest and not go any higher until symptoms resolve. If there is no improvement in a few days, or the symptoms worsen, it becomes imperative to descend to lower elevation, and use oxygen in conjunction with further treatment to save the person''s life. Sexually Transmitted Disease Be aware of risk of infection if you should decide to be sexually active abroad. Particularly, risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes simplex, syphilis, HBV, etc. may be much higher than here in the U.S. Responsible behavior and use of condoms and alcohol will decrease but not eliminate all risk. Avoid illicit drugs. Abstinence is the only preferably reliable safe behavior. There is increased antibiotic resistance in some of these infections in Asia and Africa. It is important to let your health care provider know of your travel history, should you develop illness upon return home. General 20-50% of travel-related deaths are caused by accidents, trauma and injuries. Avoid nighttime driving in rural areas. Use seat belts and infant/child car seats. Avoid use of alcohol while driving or engaging in water sports. Use flotation devices or life jackets. Use helmets when riding bikes, horses, or mopeds. Avoid politically unstable areas. Illnesses and Precautions Prescriptions When traveling outside the United States, you should always be prepared for the unexpected. The physicians at Capital Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine can prescribe appropriate medications to take with you to help avoid and treat disease. Malaria Malaria is a life threatening disease that is transmitted by infected mosquitoes. Travelers can avoid infection by repelling mosquitoes and using preventative medicines. You can repel mosquitoes by the following methods • Use insect repellent containing 30-50% DEET on all exposed skin except eyes, lips and open wounds. • Pre-treat clothes, netting and shoes with permethrin, which also repels mosquitoes. • Wear long pants tucked into pants when hiking and long sleeve shirts tucked into your pants. • Avoid scented products such as perfumes and deodorants. • Try to remain indoors between dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active. Your physician will prescribe anti-malarial medicines which are taken before, during and after your trip. It is extremely important to take these medications as prescribed. Before you travel, see your travel medicine provider. They will review your specific itinerary and determine the risk of malaria exposure. Traveler''s Diarrhea The most common health related issue to afflict the traveler is diarrhea. Typically caused by the ingestion of bacteria or their toxin byproducts, viruses and parasites after swallowing germs during mealtime or from contaminated hand to mouth contact. When traveling to a developing country be aware of the filtration system. Here are a few tips. • Boiling water for 3 minutes is a safe way to disinfect the water • Drink bottled water and juices. • Use bottled or boiled water to brush your teeth • Avoid milk and dairy products which may be unpasteurized • Do not use ice made from local tap water • Ask your physician about the use of iodine tablets to disinfect the water. • Eat only fruits with thick skin that you have personally peeled • Do not eat raw or undercooked meat, seafood or vegetables • Avoid salads (washed with contaminated water) • Do not eat food from street vendors • Wash hands with soap before eating Rehydration is the key if you should contract traveler''s diarrhea. If you have several watery stools with abdominal cramps you have likely contracted traveler''s diarrhea. You should drink fluids (bottled juices and water as well as broths made from boiled water). If possible try and purchase oral rehydration salts known as Pedialyte or Gatorade. If overseas and are unable to purchase these products you can make your own rehydrating solution. Mix together 1 tsp salt and 8 tsp sugar in 1 quart of clean (bottled or boiled) water. Over the counter medication, i.e. Imodium AD can be taken with caution only if you do not have a fever or bloody stools. Be careful, we do not want to trap the offending agent or chemical in your body so only use Imodium if you are having trouble keeping up with what is coming out of you. If you have no relief from Imodium AD, you should consider taking an antibiotic prescribed by your physician. Please wash your hands frequently to prevent infecting others. Ticks Ticks are one of the leading carriers of diseases to humans, whether from the tick bite itself or from the organisms in the tick''s saliva transmitted through the bite. The following are simple measures a traveler can take to help prevent a tick bite: • Avoid grassy areas and shrubs where ticks may be lying in wait. • Wear light colored clothing so ticks can be easily seen, and brush them off • Tuck your pants into boots or socks • Apply insect repellant to the clothing but not to the skin, specifically the brands designed to repel ticks. • At the end of the day do a "tick check" on yourself Unfortunately, many people think they know how to remove ticks, but the most common tick-removal methods result in increasing the chances of infection. The best way to remove a tick is to use a small pair of tweezers. Using the tweezers, carefully flip the tick onto its back. Grab the tick firmly (but not too tight as to cause it to rupture) with the tweezers as close to the skin as possible. Apply gentle pulling until the tick comes free. Twisting and turning the tick can cause the head and mouthpiece to break off increasing the chance of infection. Once the tick is removed, you may rinse it down the sink or flush it down a toilet. Consider keeping it in a tightly closed jar or taped to a piece of paper to help the doctor in managing your condition should you become ill from the tick bite. Cruise Ship Sanitation The CDC (United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) conducts sanitation inspections of all passenger cruise ships arriving at ports under control of the United States. These inspections are held to decrease the possibility of disease outbreaks caused by contaminated food or water on board cruise ship. Ships are rated on the following items to determine if they meet CDC''s sanitation standards: • Water • Refrigeration • Food Preparation • Potential contamination of food • Personal cleanliness of food handlers • General cleanliness and repair The inspection program is based on World Health Organization guidelines. A summary of cruise ship sanitation inspections and/or a copy of the last inspection report of a specified ship is available from the Office of Chief, Sanitation and Vector Control Activity, Quarantine Division, 1015 North America Way, Room 107, Miami, Florida 33132. Altitude Sickness Altitude sickness can affect 25% of adults going higher than 5000 feet. Eight percent of those symptomatic will develop more serious disease resulting in possible brain swelling and/or heart failure. Initial symptoms may mimic more common problems such as migraine headaches, dehydration, exhaustion, viral infections, or bronchitis. Travelers have options to decrease risk. Slower ascent facilitates acclimatization. Reduced activity upon arrival and appropriate high carbohydrate diet are helpful, as well as limited alcohol usage. Acetazolamide (Diamox) is the drug of choice to accelerate acclimatization and decrease susceptibility to altitude sickness. It is gentle, yet very effective when started twice or three times per day the day before ascent and continued until descent. Acetazolamide acts as a mild diuretic and also adjusts the chemistry of the body promoting adequate breathing patterns'' and fluid balance. Acetazolamide is contraindicated in persons with sulfa allergy. Dexamethasone and Nifedipine are helpful in select situations. Mild altitude sickness may be treated with analgesics, diamox, or dexamethasone. The mildly symptomatic person should rest and not go any higher until symptoms resolve. If there is no improvement in a few days, or the symptoms worsen, it becomes imperative to descend to lower elevation, and use oxygen in conjunction with further treatment to save the person''s life. Sexually Transmitted Disease Be aware of risk of infection if you should decide to be sexually active abroad. Particularly, risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes simplex, syphilis, HBV, etc. may be much higher than here in the U.S. Responsible behavior and use of condoms and alcohol will decrease but not eliminate all risk. Avoid illicit drugs. Abstinence is the only preferably reliable safe behavior. There is increased antibiotic resistance in some of these infections in Asia and Africa. It is important to let your health care provider know of your travel history, should you develop illness upon return home. General 20-50% of travel-related deaths are caused by accidents, trauma and injuries. Avoid nighttime driving in rural areas. Use seat belts and infant/child car seats. Avoid use of alcohol while driving or engaging in water sports. Use flotation devices or life jackets. Use helmets when riding bikes, horses, or mopeds. Avoid politically unstable areas. Illnesses and Precautions Prescriptions When traveling outside the United States, you should always be prepared for the unexpected. The physicians at Capital Center for Travel and Tropical Medicine can prescribe appropriate medications to take with you to help avoid and treat disease. Malaria Malaria is a life threatening disease that is transmitted by infected mosquitoes. Travelers can avoid infection by repelling mosquitoes and using preventative medicines. You can repel mosquitoes by the following methods • Use insect repellent containing 30-50% DEET on all exposed skin except eyes, lips and open wounds. • Pre-treat clothes, netting and shoes with permethrin, which also repels mosquitoes. • Wear long pants tucked into pants when hiking and long sleeve shirts tucked into your pants. • Avoid scented products such as perfumes and deodorants. • Try to remain indoors between dusk and dawn when mosquitoes are most active. Your physician will prescribe anti-malarial medicines which are taken before, during and after your trip. It is extremely important to take these medications as prescribed. Before you travel, see your travel medicine provider. They will review your specific itinerary and determine the risk of malaria exposure. Traveler''s Diarrhea The most common health related issue to afflict the traveler is diarrhea. Typically caused by the ingestion of bacteria or their toxin byproducts, viruses and parasites after swallowing germs during mealtime or from contaminated hand to mouth contact. When traveling to a developing country be aware of the filtration system. Here are a few tips. • Boiling water for 3 minutes is a safe way to disinfect the water • Drink bottled water and juices. • Use bottled or boiled water to brush your teeth • Avoid milk and dairy products which may be unpasteurized • Do not use ice made from local tap water • Ask your physician about the use of iodine tablets to disinfect the water. • Eat only fruits with thick skin that you have personally peeled • Do not eat raw or undercooked meat, seafood or vegetables • Avoid salads (washed with contaminated water) • Do not eat food from street vendors • Wash hands with soap before eating Rehydration is the key if you should contract traveler''s diarrhea. If you have several watery stools with abdominal cramps you have likely contracted traveler''s diarrhea. You should drink fluids (bottled juices and water as well as broths made from boiled water). If possible try and purchase oral rehydration salts known as Pedialyte or Gatorade. If overseas and are unable to purchase these products you can make your own rehydrating solution. Mix together 1 tsp salt and 8 tsp sugar in 1 quart of clean (bottled or boiled) water. Over the counter medication, i.e. Imodium AD can be taken with caution only if you do not have a fever or bloody stools. Be careful, we do not want to trap the offending agent or chemical in your body so only use Imodium if you are having trouble keeping up with what is coming out of you. If you have no relief from Imodium AD, you should consider taking an antibiotic prescribed by your physician. Please wash your hands frequently to prevent infecting others. Ticks Ticks are one of the leading carriers of diseases to humans, whether from the tick bite itself or from the organisms in the tick''s saliva transmitted through the bite. The following are simple measures a traveler can take to help prevent a tick bite: • Avoid grassy areas and shrubs where ticks may be lying in wait. • Wear light colored clothing so ticks can be easily seen, and brush them off • Tuck your pants into boots or socks • Apply insect repellant to the clothing but not to the skin, specifically the brands designed to repel ticks. • At the end of the day do a "tick check" on yourself Unfortunately, many people think they know how to remove ticks, but the most common tick-removal methods result in increasing the chances of infection. The best way to remove a tick is to use a small pair of tweezers. Using the tweezers, carefully flip the tick onto its back. Grab the tick firmly (but not too tight as to cause it to rupture) with the tweezers as close to the skin as possible. Apply gentle pulling until the tick comes free. Twisting and turning the tick can cause the head and mouthpiece to break off increasing the chance of infection. Once the tick is removed, you may rinse it down the sink or flush it down a toilet. Consider keeping it in a tightly closed jar or taped to a piece of paper to help the doctor in managing your condition should you become ill from the tick bite. Cruise Ship Sanitation The CDC (United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) conducts sanitation inspections of all passenger cruise ships arriving at ports under control of the United States. These inspections are held to decrease the possibility of disease outbreaks caused by contaminated food or water on board cruise ship. Ships are rated on the following items to determine if they meet CDC''s sanitation standards: • Water • Refrigeration • Food Preparation • Potential contamination of food • Personal cleanliness of food handlers • General cleanliness and repair The inspection program is based on World Health Organization guidelines. A summary of cruise ship sanitation inspections and/or a copy of the last inspection report of a specified ship is available from the Office of Chief, Sanitation and Vector Control Activity, Quarantine Division, 1015 North America Way, Room 107, Miami, Florida 33132. Altitude Sickness Altitude sickness can affect 25% of adults going higher than 5000 feet. Eight percent of those symptomatic will develop more serious disease resulting in possible brain swelling and/or heart failure. Initial symptoms may mimic more common problems such as migraine headaches, dehydration, exhaustion, viral infections, or bronchitis. Travelers have options to decrease risk. Slower ascent facilitates acclimatization. Reduced activity upon arrival and appropriate high carbohydrate diet are helpful, as well as limited alcohol usage. Acetazolamide (Diamox) is the drug of choice to accelerate acclimatization and decrease susceptibility to altitude sickness. It is gentle, yet very effective when started twice or three times per day the day before ascent and continued until descent. Acetazolamide acts as a mild diuretic and also adjusts the chemistry of the body promoting adequate breathing patterns'' and fluid balance. Acetazolamide is contraindicated in persons with sulfa allergy. Dexamethasone and Nifedipine are helpful in select situations. Mild altitude sickness may be treated with analgesics, diamox, or dexamethasone. The mildly symptomatic person should rest and not go any higher until symptoms resolve. If there is no improvement in a few days, or the symptoms worsen, it becomes imperative to descend to lower elevation, and use oxygen in conjunction with further treatment to save the person''s life. Sexually Transmitted Disease Be aware of risk of infection if you should decide to be sexually active abroad. Particularly, risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases such as gonorrhea, Chlamydia, Herpes simplex, syphilis, HBV, etc. may be much higher than here in the U.S. Responsible behavior and use of condoms and alcohol will decrease but not eliminate all risk. Avoid illicit drugs. Abstinence is the only preferably reliable safe behavior. There is increased antibiotic resistance in some of these infections in Asia and Africa. It is important to let your health care provider know of your travel history, should you develop illness upon return home. General 20-50% of travel-related deaths are caused by accidents, trauma and injuries. Avoid nighttime driving in rural areas. 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HerpeSite: Herpes Online Support Network | HerpeSite.org: Your HSV1 & HSV2 Support Network! Dedicated to eliminating the stigma of Genital Herpes by providing resources, support, and information on Herpes transmission, treatment options, self-help, diet, nutrition, dating, relationships, research, and news. Established in 1994 by a former AOL Community Leader and Facilitator of the America Online Health Channel's Herpes Support Community, HerpeSite.org is a non-commercial website. Unlike many sites, HerpeSite is *not* a shill for a product or owned by a product manufacturer or seller. The information here is not influenced or tainted by financial interests or obligations. HerpeSite is mostly focused on Genital Herpes, but we also have a wealth of resources that apply to Oral Herpes and Cold Sores, too. You'll find information and resources here that will help you and others you may know who may be dealing with an emotionally and physically difficult diagnosis of Herpes. Knowledge can help you in support of yourself and others, and will empower you to make appropriate decisions about treatments, lifestyle, and management of HSV infection. What to Do First if You Think You Have Herpes First – Don't panic! No matter what, you will be fine! It is strongly recommended that anyone who may suspect a possible infection with Herpes immediately consult with a knowledgeable Health care professional. A qualified medical practitioner can help provide an accurate diagnosis, testing, and discuss suitable treatment options. In light of the fact that there is ongoing scientific research, evolving developments in medical theory and treatments, and much conflicting information about Herpes in the media and elsewhere, it is also advisable to continue personal research on any and all aspects of HSV that pertain to each individual's situation. And remember, Herpes is a skin rash caused by a virus, it doesn't define you and it won't kill you! Introduction to Herpes There are many HerpesViruses that affect humans. The primary ones we will focus on here are Herpes Simplex Types 1 & 2. Herpes Simplex Type 1 (HSV-1) HSV is an acronym for the Herpes Simplex Virus. HSV-1 is the virus responsible for cold sores and fever blisters. Research has shown that between 50 to 80% of Americans carry the antibodies to HSV-1. Between 10 to 20% of that population experiences recurring outbreaks. Even though a person may show no signs of outbreak, it is possible for a person to pass the HSV-1 virus. A staggering number of people, even those who have been infected for years, are unaware that these oral/facial outbreaks are a form of Herpes, and are therefore highly contagious. There is very little public awareness, education, or discussion of Herpes. We believe this is a major reason that it continues to spread. HSV-1 can also infect the genital area, many times passed via oral sex with someone who has a cold sore. It's been estimated that at least 30% to over 50% of all new cases of genital herpes results from HSV-1, but many Herpes researchers think that number is much higher. Herpes Simplex Type 2 (HSV-2) HSV-2 is generally thought of as "genital herpes," although HSV-2 can also infect other areas of the body. While these viruses are very similar to each other, HSV-2 tends to "prefer" the genital area, is usually more virulent than HSV-1 in the genital location, and tends to recur more often. People with genital HSV2 have an average of 5 outbreaks per year, while a genital infection with type 1 HSV has a recurrence rate of about once per year. An oral infection with type 2 HSV will rarely, if ever, recur. The difference between "genital" Herpes and "oral" Herpes is in location only, not viral type! Many people mistakenly refer to type 2 as "genital herpes," and type 1 as "oral herpes," when in fact, Herpes types 1 and 2 can and do infect either area. While many people have type 1 oral infections and type 1 or 2 genital infections as well, it is extremely rare for a person to have infections with type 1 and type 2 simultaneously in the same location. Some doctors now believe that more than half of new genital infections are caused by HSV-1. General Herpes Information & Background Remember, a Herpes infection is something people *get* – it's not who they *are*! It's a skin rash caused by a virus. Proper management of Herpes allows individuals and couples who have contracted this infection to live a full, rewarding, and yes, "normal" life. Management, like all other endeavors in life, may take work, time, and discipline. So stay with it! Herpes is not just a sexually transmitted disease. There are more than nine herpesviruses in humans. Herpes has been around for millions of years, and reportedly ran rampant during the height of the Roman Empire. Ancient Egyptian medical papyri contain remedies for herpes. The word "herpes" comes from a Greek word meaning "to creep." Herpes and Humans have been together since before recorded history! The highest incidence of transmission of Herpes simplex virus, usually HSV-1, occur oral/facially in children through non-sexual contact. Often, an adult with a "cold sore" will kiss a child on the mouth and transfer the virus. The vast majority of Americans have had HSV-1 "cold sores" at one point or another in their life. Many people who have oral herpes deny or do not recognize that the outbreaks on their lips and face are caused by a herpes virus. Many will proclaim that they have "cold sores," "fever blisters," or "sun blisters," and either don't know or won't admit that these outbreaks are caused by a herpes virus - even when presented with scientific documentation. This, we believe, contributes to the spread of herpes viruses, and perpetuates the social stigma associated with the word "herpes" and Genital Herpes in particular. More about this on the Overview page of HerpeSite. Cold Sores vs Herpes - Don't Buy into the Media-Driven Fear Campaign! The social stigma associated with Genital Herpes is not found with Oral Herpes. The fear and stigma around Genital Herpes is unfounded, unfair, and solely based on the LOCATION of the infection! Oral Herpes and Genital Herpes are simply a skin rash caused by a virus… Except in exceedingly rare cases – as in a newborn baby or someone with a compromised immune system – neither will kill you, neither will cause long-term medical or cosmetic issues, neither will occur more than a couple times a year at most, and neither will prevent you from doing, being, or having anything you want in life. We think that the antiquated puritanical MEDIA-DRIVEN LOCATIONAL prejudice about Genital Herpes needs to stop. The VAST MAJORITY of the World's population has Oral Herpes, yet no one is running around freaking out about it or making comments about the lifestyle or character of the people who have it or writing articles about how bad it is! Remember that Genital Herpes is a skin rash caused by a virus, just like "cold sores" or "fever blisters." Similar to "Chicken Pox" or "Shingles." Any idea about the "badness" of it stems from an outdated social convention based on puritanical notions of health, sexuality, and LOCATION! It won't kill you and will most likely have a minimal effect on your life… unless you let it. There's a lot more here at HerpeSite! Check out our pages on Symptoms, Treatments, Testing, Outbreak Prevention, Support, and Dating… The original resources for the Support Group that became Herpesite came from research studies & medical journals cataloged at University Medical Libraries. For a list of those studies, go to our new Research Page. 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Tell your doctor right away about any side effect you experience. GAZYVA can cause side effects that can become serious or life threatening, including: Hepatitis B Virus (HBV): Hepatitis B can cause liver failure and death. If you have a history of hepatitis B infection, GAZYVA could cause it to return. You should not receive GAZYVA if you have active hepatitis B liver disease. Your doctor or healthcare team will need to screen you for hepatitis B before, and monitor you during and after, your treatment with GAZYVA. Sometimes this will require treatment for hepatitis B. Symptoms of hepatitis include: worsening of fatigue and yellow discoloration of skin or eyes. Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy (PML): PML is a rare and serious brain infection caused by a virus. PML can be fatal. Your weakened immune system could put you at risk. Your doctor will watch for symptoms. Symptoms of PML include: confusion, difficulty talking or walking, dizziness or loss of balance, and vision problems. Who should not receive GAZYVA? Do NOT receive GAZYVA if you have had an allergic reaction (e.g., anaphylaxis or serum sickness) to GAZYVA. Tell your healthcare provider if you have had an allergic reaction to obinutuzumab or any other ingredients in GAZYVA in the past. What are the additional possible serious side effects of GAZYVA? Tell your doctor right away about any side effect you experience. GAZYVA can cause side effects that may become severe or life threatening, including: Reactions: These side effects may occur during or within 24 hours of any GAZYVA infusion. Some infusion reactions can be serious, including, but not limited to, severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis), acute life-threatening breathing problems, or other life-threatening infusion reactions. If you have a reaction, the infusion is either slowed or stopped until your symptoms are resolved. Most patients are able to complete infusions and receive medication again. However, if the infusion reaction is life threatening, the infusion of GAZYVA will be permanently stopped. Your healthcare team will take steps to help lessen any side effects you may have to the infusion process. You may be given medicines to take before each GAZYVA treatment. Symptoms of infusion reactions may include: fast heartbeat, tiredness, dizziness, headache, redness of the face, nausea, chills, fever, vomiting, diarrhea, rash, high blood pressure, low blood pressure, difficulty breathing, and chest discomfort. Hypersensitivity Reactions Including Serum Sickness: Some people receiving GAZYVA may have severe or life-threatening allergic reactions. This reaction may be severe, may happen during or after an infusion, and may affect many areas of the body. If an allergic reaction occurs, your doctor will stop the infusion and permanently discontinue GAZYVA. Tumor Lysis Syndrome (TLS): Tumor lysis syndrome, including fatal cases, has been reported in patients receiving GAZYVA. GAZYVA works to break down cancer cells quickly. As cancer cells break apart, their contents are released into the blood. These contents may cause damage to organs and the heart, and may lead to kidney failure requiring the need for dialysis treatment. Your doctor may prescribe medication to help prevent TLS. Your doctor will also conduct regular blood tests to check for TLS. Symptoms of TLS may include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and tiredness. Infections: While you’re taking GAZYVA, you may develop infections. Some of these infections may be fatal and severe, so be sure to talk to your doctor if you think you have an infection. Patients administered GAZYVA in combination with chemotherapy, followed by GAZYVA alone are at a high risk of infections during and after treatment. Patients with a history of recurring or chronic infections may be at an increased risk of infection. Patients with an active infection should not be treated with GAZYVA. Patients taking GAZYVA plus bendamustine may be at higher risk for fatal or severe infections compared to patients taking GAZYVA plus CHOP or CVP. Low White Blood Cell Count: When you have an abnormally low count of infection-fighting white blood cells, it is called neutropenia. While you are taking GAZYVA, your doctor will do blood work to check your white blood cell count. Severe and life-threatening neutropenia can develop during or after treatment with GAZYVA. Some cases of neutropenia can last for more than one month. If your white blood cell count is low, your doctor may prescribe medication to help prevent infections. Low Platelet Count: Platelets help stop bleeding or blood loss. GAZYVA may reduce the number of platelets you have in your blood; having low platelet count is called thrombocytopenia. This may affect the clotting process. While you are taking GAZYVA, your doctor will do blood work to check your platelet count. Severe and life-threatening thrombocytopenia can develop during treatment with GAZYVA. Fatal bleeding events have occurred in patients treated with GAZYVA. If your platelet count gets too low, your treatment may be delayed or reduced. The most common side effects of GAZYVA in CLL were infusion reactions, low white blood cell counts, low platelet counts, low red blood cell counts, fever, cough, nausea, and diarrhea. The safety of GAZYVA was evaluated based on 392 patients with relapsed or refractory NHL, including FL (81%), small lymphocytic lymphoma (SLL) and marginal zone lymphoma (MZL) (a disease for which GAZYVA is not indicated), who did not respond to or progressed within 6 months of treatment with rituximab product or a rituximab product-containing regimen. In patients with follicular lymphoma, the profile of side effects that were seen were consistent with the overall population who had NHL. The most common side effects of GAZYVA were infusion reactions, low white blood cell counts, nausea, fatigue, cough, diarrhea, constipation, fever, low platelet counts, vomiting, upper respiratory tract infection, decreased appetite, joint or muscle pain, sinusitis, low red blood cell counts, general weakness, and urinary tract infection. A randomized, open-label multicenter trial (GALLIUM) evaluated the safety of GAZYVA as compared to rituximab product in 1,385 patients with previously untreated follicular lymphoma (86%) or marginal zone lymphoma (14%). The most common side effects of GAZYVA were infusion reactions, low white blood cell count, upper respiratory tract infection, cough, constipation and diarrhea. What other information should I tell my doctor before receiving GAZYVA? You should talk to your doctor about: Immunizations: Before receiving GAZYVA therapy, tell your healthcare provider if you have recently received or are scheduled to receive a vaccine. People who are treated with GAZYVA should not receive live vaccines. Pregnancy: Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, think that you might be pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding. GAZYVA may harm your unborn baby. Speak to your doctor about using GAZYVA while you are pregnant. Talk to your doctor or your child’s doctor about the safety and timing of live virus vaccinations to your infant if you received GAZYVA during pregnancy. It is not known if GAZYVA may pass into your breast milk. Speak to your doctor about using GAZYVA if you are breastfeeding. Tell your doctor about any side effects. These are not all of the possible side effects of GAZYVA. For more information, ask your doctor or pharmacist. GAZYVA is available by prescription only. You may report side effects to the FDA at (800) FDA-1088, or www.fda.gov/medwatch. You may also report side effects to Genentech at (888) 835-2555. Please see the accompanying full Prescribing Information, including BOXED WARNINGS, for additional Important Safety Information.
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good wood by topher A[edit] Applied carving - background which is worked separately and then applied, rather than being worked in place. Architrave - ornamental mouldings around a door or window frame, covering the joint between the frame and plaster. B[edit] Bead - a semicircular piece of moulding. Bench dog or Bench stop - a peg standing proud of the bench surface. Blind - joinery with mating surfaces not protruding through the face or end grain of the pieces being joined. Example - blind mortise and tenon joint Billet - 1. a short piece of log particularly used for fuel; 2. a split out piece of a bolt of wood. Bolster (pillow, cross head) - 1. shoulder; 2. a timber between a post and a beam to increase the bearing or shorten the span. Bolt - a piece of log cut to specific length, usually a short length from which products such as shingles are split or cut. Sometimes also called a billet or round. Brace - a hand tool used to drill holes, having a knobbed handle on the top to which pressure is applied, and a U-shaped grip in the middle which is used to rotate the drill bit. Burl - a knotty growth from a tree with a convoluted, complex grain. C[edit] Cannel, channel - the concavity of a gouge blade. Card scraper - a flat blade with a burred edge used for smoothing. Caul - A strip or block of wood used to distribute or direct clamping force Chatoyance - the effect seen in dramatic wood grain direction changes as seen in flame figured maple. Chip carving - incised surface decoration, usually geometric. Chops - a type of vise. Climb cut - On a table saw or router, cutting against the normal feed direction at the end of the cut to prevent tearout. Close grain - woods with very fine fibers of cells (wood grain) that are not visibly porous. Conversion - reduction of a whole log into pieces suitable for working. Conversion can be done in three basic ways, sawn, hewn, or split. Crook - longitudinal bending to one side, caused by uneven seasoning or grain. (See Wood warping) Crotch - the section of a tree where a branch divides from the trunk, or the trunk divides in two; typically an area of convoluted grain. Crossgrain - working perpendicular to the grain. Crosscut - a cut made perpendicular to the grain. Crown of thorns - a system of self-supporting and interlocking pieces. Cruck - a pair of crooked, structural timbers in a timber frame building. Crucks act as both posts and rafters like an A-frame. Cup - transverse bending, convex or concave, usually predictable, considering grain orientation. (see Wood warping) D[edit] Dado - a slot made across the grain. Typically, the slot is made by milling, chiseled, or sawed. Dovetail joint - a joint technique most commonly used in woodworking joinery. Noted for its resistance to being pulled apart (tensile strength), the dovetail joint is commonly used to join the sides of a drawer to the front. Drill - (verb) the process of making holes in a material or (noun) a tool for drilling holes. F[edit] Face - when a board has one side that is wider than the other, the wider side is referred to as the face (as opposed to the edge). May also refer to the face that is to be visible in the finished item. Fence - a flat and straight length of some material, usually wood, steel or aluminium, which provides a reference for tools to work against, or which prevents the work from sliding. Fiber/fibre - the fine tube-like structure of wood which is hollow and determines the grain direction. Figure - naturally occurring decorative patterns in wood, caused by either growth increments or tissue orientation. Firmer - a strong chisel for general work or mortising, may have square sides or bevels on both sides. Fishtail chisel or gouge - a chisel or gouge with a splayed end. Flat gouge - a gouge with minimal curvature, used for finishing and smoothing. Flitch - a board in which the round of the trunk is still visible, a rough-cut board. Flute - a deep channel cut in wood* occasionally denotes the cannel of a gouge. Foxing - a yellow-brown discoloration of wood due to fungal infection. French cleat - a molding used to hang cabinets Fret saw - a saw with a very fine toothed blade used for delicate cuts in thin material. Frosting - regular indented patterns created with a special-purpose punch called a froster. G[edit] Grain - the longitudinal fibers in wood. Gouge - a chisel-like tool with a curved cutting edge. Green wood - unseasoned wood; freshly harvested timber, usually with a high moisture content. Grit - the grade of particles in sandpaper or sharpening stones which determines the aggressiveness of the cut. Groove - a slot or channel made with the grain, usually on the end-grain in preparation for a tongue and groove joint. Grooving- a rectangular sinking in the surface of any material. H[edit] Hand plane - see Plane. Hardwood - wood from an angiosperm tree, i.e. a tree in the division Magnoliophyta. Despite the name, not necessarily very hard or dense wood (e.g. balsa is a hardwood), although generally harder than softwoods. Heart shake - a shake (i.e. crack or split) radiating out from the heartwood. Heel - the corner of a chisel, knife, or gouge bevel which meets the back of the blade and polishes the cut. Hold down or hold fast - a hold-down iron, fitting into a hole in a bench, tightened or loosened by hammer taps. Hollow grinding - a concave bevel on a chisel, gouge, or knife. I[edit] Incannel - the concave surface of a gouge; a gouge sharpened on the concave surface. Interlocked grain - wood grain which has multiple longitudinal directions in alternating layers, typical of many tropical hardwoods, and very difficult to work and to produce smooth surfaces. J[edit] Jig saw - a tool that can form circular cuts by moving the work piece past a blade rapidly moving up and down. Joiner - a woodworker who does finer work than a framing carpenter. Jointer - 1. a power plane used to straighten boards and square edges, sometimes called a joiner; 2. an intermediate length hand plane, a jointer plane. K[edit] Kerf - the gap left when material is removed by a saw. The width of the kerf is equal to the set of the saw. Knot - A circular pattern in timber, caused by a dead branch that was not fully integrated into the tree before it was cut down. A loose knot is one that cannot be relied upon to remain in place in the piece. A tight knot, on the other hand, is fixed by growth or position in the wood structure so that it firmly retains its place in the surrounding wood. L[edit] Lead - the tendency for wood that is being cut to direct the saw parallel to its grain. LathArt - a type of folk art that uses lath from old plaster and lath walls M[edit] Molding - a strip of material with various profiles used to cover transitions between surfaces or for decoration. Mortise or Mortice - a cavity or hole (generally rectangular) in a piece of wood, meant to receive a tenon or a hinge Mitre (UK, Cda) or Miter (US) - a joint made by fastening together pieces with the ends cut at an angle. Mitre box (UK, Cda) or Miter box (US) - a box used for making mitre joints by having slots to guide a saw at the desired angle for the joint. O[edit] Off fall - Scrap created by making a cut. Abbreviated as fall. Outcannel - the convex surface of a gouge; a gouge sharpened on the convex surface. P[edit] Plane (tool) - (verb) the process of removing material in thin shavings in order to make it flat, or (noun) a tool for planing. Plane iron - cutting part of a hand plane. Planer - or thicknesser. a machine which reduces the thickness of boards. Q[edit] Quarter-sawn - a plank with growth rings perpendicular to the wider face. (See Wood grain) R[edit] Rabbet - A ''groove'' cut parallel to, and at the edge of, a board. Rail - Horizontal member of a frame on a door, window or panel. Rasp - a long and flat steel tool with raised teeth for shaping wood. Reed - a series of beads in a row. Relief cut - short straight cuts made at right angles to a curved layout so sharper than normal curves can be cut with a jig saw or band saw. Riffler - a paddle-shaped rasp. Rift sawn - rip sawing of lumber (timber) perpendicular to the grain, often confused with quarter sawn. Ring shake - a natural type of split (shake) occurring between the annual rings. Rip - a cut made parallel to the grain. Route - to cut a channel or groove. See router (woodworking). S[edit] S2S - lumber, usually furniture grade hardwood, with two sides planed. (S4S - four sides) Saw rasp - a rasp with saw teeth. Scorp - a drawknife with a curved, sometimes completely circular blade, often used for hollowing out objects such as bowls. Scratch awl - a sharp-pointed hand tool used to mark wood for cutting, usually used in joinery or when a more precise mark is need beyond that provided by a pencil or other method of marking out the cut. Scribe - the woodworking technique of shaping the end of a moulding or frame component to neatly fit the contours of an abutting member. Scroll saw - a motorized fretsaw. Seasoning - reducing the moisture content of wood before working to prevent cracking, splitting, and other damage due to drying. Shake - 1. a crack or split in wood, caused by damage or drying; 2. a split (as opposed to sawn) shingle. Shoot - planing an edge straight or square. See Shooting board. Slab - 1. a partially round cut from a log; 2. In Australian English a slab is a plank. Slab-cut - a plank with growth rings roughly parallel to the wider face. Slick - a giant chisel used in framing and traditional building construction. Slip - a shaped stone used for sharpening non-flat blades such as gouges. Snib - a wooden toggle used to hold the work on a table. Softwood - wood from a gymnosperm tree, i.e. trees in the divisions Pinophyta and Ginkgophyta Despite the name, not necessarily very soft or light wood (e.g. douglas-fir is a softwood). Spalting - a change in the texture, strength and color of wood caused by colonies of fungus growing within the dead wood. Where colonies of fungus meet, fine black lines - often considered a desirable feature, can be seen. Split - to longitudinally separate wood along grain layers. Spokeshave - a tool used to shape and smooth wooden rods and shafts - often for use as wheel spokes and chair legs. Square - 1. a tool such as a steel square, try square, combination square; 2. a right angle; 3. an area of 100 sq. ft. Stickers - a small block of wood used to separate boards that are in the process of drying. Sticking - a moulding that is part of a larger piece of wood such as a frame (as opposed to being applied). Stile (or sometimes style) - vertical member of a frame on a door, window or panel. Stringer - in stairs, a is a timber (usually 2"x12") that supports the treads and rises in a staircase. Sweep - 1. the curvature of a gouge, ranging from flat (little curvature, but not actually flat else it would be a chisel) to deep or quick; a warping defect in a piece of wood. T[edit] Tear out - broken or torn fibres resulting from damage as the blade of a tool exits the cut. Tenon - is a projection on the end of a piece of wood for insertion into a mortise. Tread - in stairs the part that is stepped on. True - something which is accurately placed, shaped, or sized. To true up two pieces of wood is to make them align. The correct size or shape. Twist - longitudinal twisting of wood due to uneven seasoning or grain. (See Wood warping) U[edit] Undercutting - cutting away from an edge to increase the sense of relief or thinness. V[edit] Veiner - a small deep gouge. Veneer (wood) - very thin slices of wood used for inlay or to cover surfaces. Veneer saw - specialty tool for trimming veneer. W[edit] Wane - an edge of a sawn board where the bark or surface of the trunk remains. Warp - distorted lumber, such as a twist, cup or a bow. (See Wood warping) Wasting - quickly removing wood during carving, usually with an adze, knife, or rasp. Waste - wood that will be removed in the finished work, often retained during working as a handle. Wood - an organic material, a natural composite of cellulose fibers (which are strong in tension) embedded in a matrix of lignin which resists compression. 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Known people - famous people news and biographies | Kurt Cobain biography Each having a gun in the house equal to the Kurt Cobain, everyone knows how to read between the lines is doomed to have a gun in the house ... Kurt Cobain was born somewhere between the start of Apollo 1 and the flight to the United States daughter of Joseph Stalin - in February 1967. The Jews have not defeated Arabs, the Chinese didn't have hydrogen bomb blew up, and "Beatles" didn't release "Sergeant Pepper"-"the best album of all time"- all this happened in the first months of his life. Like all children, he certainly did not notice all these important world events in Grays Hospital lying next to his mother - Elizabeth Wendy Cobain, nineteen years of age and doing the same thing as thousands of other babies. Kurt was born in the midst of the middle of nowhere as the Americans say. "Center e. tion nothing " was located in the town of Aberdeen - and that's not even one of Aberdeen, in Scotland, but only a pale copy of his near Seattle. Speaking of Scotland - the Scottish roots of Cobain were, as well as the German, Irish and English. By 1967, when Kurt was born Wendy and Donald Leland had been together for about 2 years. Wendy Elizabeth worked as the teacher, the secretary, and sometimes as a waitress, Leland - mechanic in the workshop. Three years after the birth of Kurt, in 1970 he had a sister, Kim. So long until I was 9 years old, I was firmly convinced that I would become a rock star or an astronaut or president Kurt Cobain Relatives Kurt was very musical - his mother sang well, Aunt Mary Earle played guitar and with his uncle Kurt Chuck acted in country music ensemble. But, of course, all of them surpassed Delabert, Cobain's great-uncle, the famous Irish tenor, starring in "King of Jazz». In this kind of family background, and there was a passion for the music of Kurt. At four, he enjoyed singing, composing texts and trying to learn to play the guitar at Mary, but the venture failed. However, Kurt still lost in her rehearsals. I was incredibly happy child. I kept shouting and singing. Just could not stop in time. I was really happy Kurt Cobain As a child, Cobain was short-tempered and sensitive. The boy liked to listen to The Monkees and The Beatles, happy to draw - mostly Disney characters - Pluto, Donald Duck, or superheroes like Aquaman. At seven to singing and composing text, add live music - having come to grief with a guitar, Mary Earl gave him a drum kit "Mickey Mouse." Unlike Mary, Donald Kurt wanted to attach to the game of baseball, but to no avail - Cobain would later say that he always prefers the company of losers and cigarette society of those who are crazy about baseball. Apart from minor childhood afflictions Cobain was a happy childhood, and happiness - not last long. ... today I found my friends. In his own mind Kurt Cobain In 1975, Kurt's mother away from her husband. Wendy Leland said they did not pay attention to her and the family, all the time giving basketball and baseball. Despite the apparent reluctance Donald Cobain diverge. Kurt eight. His sister - five. The impression made by the parents to break Kurt enormous. He is ashamed of his mother and father and wants to have a normal family. With the new roommate mother, 22-year-old Michael Medak Kurt did not get along at once. It was then, according to his mother, he became sullen, angry and cynical. So do not make contact with Wendy's roommate, Kurt decides to move in with his father in Montesano. A wilderness is replaced by another, and teenage conflict with Michael conflict with his new wife of his father. Jenny Uebsti already had two children - James and Mindy, and in January 1979, gave birth to another - Chad. Living under the same roof with them Kurt seemed unbearable, and he moved again - this time to the grandparents, parents, Donald. A period when he lived with Iris and Leland, successive, where he had to live with relatives of his mother. In 14 years, Cobain throws drums and accepted a gift for Uncle Chuck - guitar, playing which his trains Warren Mason of «The Beachcombers». Speaking of uncles - my uncle Kurt Berl, beloved nephew committed suicide a year he moved to his father. A year later, the brother Berl Kenneth shot himself - also with a fatal outcome. Kurt returns home to his mother. Under the impact of all these events, it is very closed, preferring once again not to leave the house. And when still comes out, it finds a more than dubious entertainment - drawing graffiti lettering, often homosexual content. At the same time, he was closely associated with a couple of gay friends. It's hard to say what is there was more - homosexuality or protest. Soon, under pressure from the society of their paths diverge. His mother, Wendy married again in 1984. Her new chosen one, Pat O'Connor - docker and alcoholic. During one quarrel, and it breaks her arm, while the other, she drowns in a river of his arsenal. Kurt quickly hired two guys and pulls the trunks, and then drove them buys power amplifiers, to persuade them to Seller the money to take the "grass" with his drag-dealer. My name is Kurt, I sing and play guitar, but in general, I'm walking and talking a bacterial infection ... Kurt Cobain Learning to play the guitar passable, Cobain determined with style. After reading about the «Sex Pistols» in «Creem», Cobain comes on the idea to gather a punk band. As the sound «SP» Kurt knows - Aberdeen their records just do not get it. Cobain invents his version of punk - "a lot of yelling and three chords"and starts looking for something similar around. Melvins - band from Aberdeen, which attempts to combine punk with elements of hard rock, grunge anticipating future. it seems appropriate. It is in companies' melvinsov"Cobain closely converges with the Croatian emigrant Krist Novoselic. Soon Cobain collects first viable group - «Fecal Matter». Kurt became the vocalist and guitarist «Fecal Matter», Dale Crover lived on bass and Greg Hokanson knows drums. While Kurt deeper immersed in the music, scoring at all, his relationship with his mother deteriorated. Thus, the known incident that occurred when he brought home a girlfriend and tried to have sex with her in her room. Then Wendy rushed to him and threw both out of the house, do not forget to call girl prostitute. This was the first intimate experience Cobain. Not finished tenth grade he left school. Mother puts him a choice - away from home or job search, and Kurt - leaves. For a while he sleeps at friends, then in the backyards of their homes in the public library, and finally - under the bridge across the river Wishkah River. This life experience "white trash" later affected the work of Kurt, especially in his songs such as the «Something in the Way». He also gave the name of the first post-defunct «Fecal Matter» group Cobain - «Skid Row», poor streets of Los Angeles, whose name became a household word. I was looking for a name that would be beautiful or pleasant or sweet Kurt Cobain Once the collapse «Fecal Matter» Kurt walked with friends defunct demo teams, wanting to collect a new composition. After listening to "their" record Novoselic ... I forgot about it for a few months. And then suddenly I came to Cobain proposed to create a rock band. At first, they became the drummer Bob McFadden left the group after a month. «Skid Row», «Ted Ed Fred», «Bliss», «Pen Cap Chew», «Bliss Throad Oyster», «Windowpane» - the name of the newly formed teams change from an astronomical rate and basis of music make achievements «FM» . In parallel with the search for music, Cobain still forced to begin to look for jobs. In May 1986 a drunken Cobain climbed into someone's private property "taking" the cops. He is sentenced to 8 days in jail. Your right to. Nirvana Kurt Cobain By the winter of 1987, Kurt and Chris again changed drummer Aaron Burkhardt hiring. Soon he was replaced by Dale Crover, which are written with the participation of the first demo of the team. He was replaced by Dave Foster comes. In early 1988, a kaleidoscope of names finally vyschёlkivaet cherished «Nirvana». A few months later, in March, the guys give the first concert under the new name, and around May the permanent drummer - Chad Channing. In the same year the newly formed band released the first single «Love Buzz / Big Cheese» In June 1989, the debut album «Nirvana», published on the label «Sub Pop» and Produced by Jack Endino. Money for the record - 606 dollars and 17 cents lent Jason Everman - seasonal fisherman from Alaska and Channing buddy. The album is called «Bleach» - bleach. I've never craved neither fame nor anything like that. It just so happened ... Kurt Cobain In the wake of the success of "Bleach" Nirvana went to a great tour of the West Coast of the United States, performing in 26 cities. Their debut, combining the influence of punk and black metal, Black Sabbat, Led Zeppelin and The Melvins, liked the "sharks recording", including Geffen Records. The success cemented the tour, when the boys staged 36 concerts in just 42 days, having won a resounding success with the British public. Not without difficulty. Label strives to fit the music under the "grunge", Kurt extruding hard on this theme, and among the musicians themselves began strife, which resulted in the expulsion of Chad, claim a greater role in the creation of texts from the group. I love all - that's what is sad ... Kurt Cobain What is love for Cobain's hard to say. Shocking the audience, he passionately kissed a bassist, dressed in women's clothes and said that could be as feminine as he wants. He loved all - black, gay men, women and asked them haters not to come to his concerts. Kurt strutted across the stage in high heels, a bra and a crown, and said that he wanted to be gay, just to annoy the more homophobic. And then I met Courtney. This happened in 1989, their acquaintance was fleeting, but both said later that he felt sympathy for each other. In 1991, Love began to communicate with a new drummer Grohl, who introduced her to the circle of Kurt. Their relations have developed rapidly, and in 1992, a pregnant by Kurt Courtney married him. Cobain was happy. When I started taking heroin, I knew it would be so boring as smoking marijuana Kurt Cobain Along with a passion for Love, Cobain begins to experience and a passionate craving for heroin, which soon will be his "air". Inevitable problems grow after Nevermind - the most "positive" album Cobain, published in 1991. The album becomes a "multi-platinum"and Lithium, Smells Like Teen Spirit and Come As You Are - MTV-hits."Voice of a generation"Kurt shocked fallen down to"Nirvana" fame - because the new album it seemed corny, too poppy and smooth. In support of the tour «Nevermind» Chris Cobain and warmed themselves by shock doses of alcohol, smoking "grass" and anything can break the guitar. Grohl sit behind the drums and strictly warned Cobain, so he did not dare to jump on its installation, sipping Haggadah. Once "alkotura" in 1992 after the birth of Frances Cobain. in an interview with «Vanity Fair» Love he says in passing that pricked heroin while pregnant, not knowing what will happen to the child. But in an article that comes out later claimed that she was sitting on heroin in the last months of pregnancy. Against Love and Kurt started a campaign in the press, and then the court. The verdict is soft - just a regular drug tests for Kurt and Love. Shortly thereafter, Cobain began work on «In Utero», fend off pesky producers of sound in his vision of a new job. Deliberately rough, crude Albini-produced album, Cobain did not accept, in some detail, and it has already finished the Scott Little. Rumors about the conflict Cobain and label album DGC.V result though was a commercial, still not succeeded «Nevermind», but not left in the mainstream. 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North Jersey Thoracic Surgical Associates, PC : Home At North Jersey Thoracic Surgical Associates, our practice performs the spectrum of general thoracic surgical procedures for disorders of the lung, mediastinum, pleura, esophagus and chest wall. Our surgical and nursing staff comprises an outstanding team of board-certified surgical experts in the latest non-invasive techniques of clinical practice.
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