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  1. Lyme Disease: A Patient's Guide, Prevention (American College of Physicians)  
    ... misdiagnosed as Lyme disease: For erythema migrans, consider: Cellulitis Urticaria Rocky Mountain spotted fever Cutaneous fungal infections Fixed drug eruptions Insect bite Contact dermatitis For acute infectious syndromes, consider testing for viral illness or for the ...
  2. ... Hair and Nails Acne Anatomy Athlete's Foot Behcet's ... Bites and Stings Itching Kaposi's Sarcoma Kawasaki Disease Leishmaniasis ...
  3. ... shingles, skin disorders, stimulating adrenal glands, chronic fatigue syndrome, ... for preventing and treating skin reactions to radiation therapy.
  4. Allergies to Insect Venom (National Jewish Health) - PDF  
    ... More common are large local reactions to these bites that, although unpleasant, are not life threatening. What Are The Different Types of Reactions To Insect Stings? Insect sting reactions can be classified as ...
  5. Other Allergens (Food Allergy Research & Education)  
    ... a few, are often diagnosed as Oral Allergy Syndrome . Uncommon Food Allergies Corn Allergy Allergic reactions to corn are rare and a relatively small ...
  6. ... Anaphylaxis in infants Clinical manifestations and diagnosis of eosinophilic esophagitis Clinical manifestations and diagnosis of oral allergy syndrome (pollen-food allergy syndrome) Clinical manifestations of food ...
  7. Yellow Fever Vaccine: What You Need to Know (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) - PDF  
    ... to prevent yellow fever is to avoid mosquito bites by: • staying in well-screened or air-conditioned areas, • wearing clothes that cover most of your body, • using an effective insect repellent, such as those containing DEET. 3 Yellow ...
  8. ... and Cautions Evening primrose oil appears to be well tolerated by most ... a balm for wounds, burns, and insect bites. Today, St. John’s wort is used as a ...
  9. ... to prevent yellow fever is to avoid mosquito bites by:staying in well-screened or air-conditioned areas, wearing clothes that cover most of your body, using an effective insect repellent, such as those containing DEET.
  10. Preventing Violence After a Natural Disaster (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)  
    ... Share Compartir On this ... meeting daily needs such as food, water, and shelter; as well as disruptions in health and law enforcement services ...
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