Minor illnesses


Bothersome eyes, runny nose and heaps of sniffles? You could be experiencing seasonal allergies.

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In most regions of the United States, RSV usually circulates during fall, winter, and spring, but the timing and severity of RSV season in a given community can vary from year to year.

Cold, canker & mouth sores

The majority of mouth sores are caused by viruses. In some cases, they can be a sign that an underlying medical condition exists and additional diagnosis may need.

Cough & bronchitis

Sometimes a cough can be a sign of bronchitis, croup, upper respiratory infection or pneumonia.

Ear infections & earaches

Earaches and ear infection are most common in children. They are less common in adults. Usually affecting just one ear at a time, the pain can be constant or come and go.

Flu-like symptoms

Symptoms usually include fever, sore throat, muscle pains, severe headache, coughing and weakness or discomfort. The flu often appears as a more severe form of the common cold.

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Gout treatment

The disorder is caused by elevated levels of uric acid in the blood, resulting from an accumulation of uric acid crystals precipitated out of the blood and deposited in the joints, where they cause inflammation.

Heartburn & indigestion

Heartburn occurs when stomach acid washes into the esophagus, causing symptoms. A similar burning sensation occurs in indigestion , but it does not carry symptoms of heartburn.

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Mouth & oral conditions

There are a number of often-visible conditions that may cause discomfort in speaking, eating and drinking. if you have any of this signs, it can be oral thrush, also called candidiasis, hairy tongue, hand/foot and mouth disease or dry mouth syndrome.

Nausea, vomiting & diarrhea

Despite the fact that baby teeNausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are typical signs of gastritis , which is an inflammation of the stomach's mucosal lining.

Mouth & oral pain

There are many different types of conditions that can affect the mouth. Some—like cold sores and canker sores —are common and relatively harmless. 

Pink eye & styes

Pink eye is redness and swelling of the white part of your eyes. It often spreads to the part of the eye that's colored blue or green--the conjunctiva. 

Sinus infections & congestion

Headache, nasal congestion, facial pressure, fatigue are symptoms of sinus infection, also called sinusitis.

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Sore & strep throats

The most common cause of a sore throat is a viral infection, such as a cold. Allergies, postnasal drip and cigarette smoke can also make your throat hurt. 


Upper respiratory infections

A runny nose, dry cough, sneezing and stuffiness are all signs of a common condition called an upper respiratory infection. 

Urinary tract & bladder infections

Urinary tract infections (UTIs) and bladder infections (also called cystitis) can leave you feeling like you need to go to the bathroom almost constantly.