Posts made in October, 2017

Top 5 Treatments And Drugs For Cold Sores

Top 5 Treatments And Drugs For Cold Sores

Cold sores are a common viral skin infection caused by the herpes simplex virus. They usually appear as fluid filled blisters beneath the skin’s surface around the mouth or on the lips. Cold sores can break open, ooze, crust over and spread to another part or another person. Most people who have the virus develop no symptoms. But some people may deal with severe symptoms and even experience recurring breakouts. When you get cold cores, you may...

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How To Get Rid Of Fever Blisters

How To Get Rid Of Fever Blisters

Fever blisters are also called cold sores. These are caused by HSV-1 the herpes simplex virus type 1. This condition is pretty common because it can easily spread from person to person through direct contact. Fever blisters normally last from 10 to 14 days, but they can be very painful and uncomfortable. A fever blister can develop an outbreak on the lips or around the mouth. These blisters usually occur in groups and cause swollen, reddish and...

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5 Terrible Diseases You Can Get From Kissing

5 Terrible Diseases You Can Get From Kissing

Kissing is something we all do and is important in a relationship. In our lifetime, we may have ever kissed our siblings and our parents in familial love. We also kiss hello and goodbye when seeing a close friend or coworker. And then one day we get our first real kiss with a person whom we’re in love with. Kissing can keep the relationship strong and connected. Not only does a kiss bind two mouths together, but it also connects two hearts of...

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Top 7 Essential Oils for Cold Sores

Top 7 Essential Oils for Cold Sores

Cold sores with fever blisters are caused by the herpes simplex virus. These blisters usually occur around your mouth or lips. In fact, the infection is too common to everyone contracts. Especially, children and the old often get it. This may be because they have weakened immune system which can’t fight off the virus. Once getting cold sores, sunlight, stress or hormonal changes will become triggers. These will give lots of chances for your...

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