Pneumonia is a leading cause of hospitalization and death among adults in the United States. When people think of pneumonia, they often associate it with bacteria, but it turns out that viruses are more often to blame. Unfortunately, neither viruses… Read More
Systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) patients are more vulnerable to infections which can lead to mortality. Researchers found that hospitalizations of lupus patients due to serious infections are on the rise.
SLE, lupus, is an autoimmune disease where the immune system… Read More
Falls in the elderly are shown to be caused by urinary tract infections (UTI) and blood and respiratory infections. These infections are commonly causes by a bacteria that has entered the body.
Falls are serious problems for the elderly as… Read More
Cold sores are unsightly, and embarrassing things to have, especially given the fact they tend to be found front and center, and visible to everyone in raw red form, on your face. But there is other more serious reasons why… Read More