How long can the flu virus live on a surface - Hearing loss after viral infection

How Long Can The Flu Virus Live On A Surface ?        What is commonly known as the flu virus could be caused by upwards of 200 viruses that all produce similar flu-like symptoms.

        These viruses are transferred through contact with microbes. Microbes could exist anywhere but have a preference for nonporous surfaces. When an infected person sneezes for instance, surfaces within a radius of 3 feet are susceptible to microbes. More...

 

Blood Blisters And Viral Infections

Blood Blisters And Viral Infections           A blood blister is one that forms below the epidermis when blood and tissues in the dermis are damaged. They are formed because of a sudden compression and not continuous friction as in other types of blisters. The epidermis in this case remains undamaged and lymph, blood and other bodily fluids which comprise this blister are trapped beneath it. More...

 

Can Chelation Therapy Be Used To Treat Viral Infections ?

Can Chelation Therapy Be Used To Treat Viral Infections

Chelation therapy has been carried out since the 40s and consists of slow drip intravenous injections of EDTA -- a synthetic amino acid. An integral part of chelation therapy entails a lifestyle change like giving up smoking, eating more fruit and vegetables, aerobic exercise and a special diet. More...

 

How Long Does Fever Last In Viral Infections ?

How Long Does Fever Last In Viral Infections

A viral infection is caused by a small infectious organism called the virus. Viruses are generally passed on by contact with an infected person or infected objects. Viral microbes also live on infected surfaces for up to 48 hours and contact with the surfaces could lead to a viral infection and fever. More...

 

Human Eyes Viral Infections

Human Eyes Viral Infections

The root cause of eye infections may be difficult to diagnose as they could well originate from a wide variety of microbiological, viral and bacterial infections. Frequently their symptoms overlap. At some point or other, most people experience some form of eye infection. More...

 

Viral Infections That Cause White Spots On Lips

Viral Infections That Cause White Spots On Lips

The most common primary diseases of the oral cavity relate to members of the human herpes virus (HHV) and human papillomavirus (HPV) families. Other viral infections that affect the oral cavity are measles, mumps, cocksackievirus infection and rubella.  One of the consequences of such infections is white spots on the lips. More...