We live today very much in a digital world and this brings us great convenience but also some hidden problems, and the same is very true of digital medicine. The electronic world has brought great benefits to the practice of medicine – we can easily access upto date guidelines and protocols through the web and share information easily across the world. In particular imaging – MRI’s, CT’s and normal x-rays are very much better and being electronic can easily be mailed to patients and other physicians.
Measles is a viral infection that often causes fever, cough, runny nose, conjunctivitis (pink eye), and a rash in both adults and children. In most cases, measles resolves on its own and those infected make a full recovery.
When your family travels, being away from your household's usual eating and sleeping routines means it's more likely that someone might get sick. It can take time to adjust to the food, water, and air in a new environment. And kids can be especially vulnerable to travel-related problems such as motion sickness, diarrhea, and infections.
If you have allergies or asthma, spring can be a challenging time of the year. This season is known for big temperature and humidity changes and high tree pollen counts — all of which can contribute to allergies and asthma. Spring cleaning can also be hazardous for those with asthma due to the irritating fumes from cleaning products.