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Still think that Fat people are bleeding the NHS dry?

A: Fat people make me vomit in my mouth a little bit Yes...why should we pay for these fat b******s because they have no self restraint and can''t stop feeding their big fat faces. And don''t start banging on about metabolism and genetics, thats c**p. If you do genetically put on more weight than the rest of us, then tough, it means you have to try even harder not too eat too much and to do more exercise. Obese people are repulsive to look at, big is NOT beautiful (in the same way severely underweight isn''t either), and to top it off we foot the bill when they then get ill and their heart packs up. It''s absurd there are people waddling around like this in countries...


Can the bug that lives in hospitals and on people be cured?think its called mmrsa?

A: MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) can be treated. MRSA is resistant to almost all the antibiotics out there, but there are some that will treat it. A doctor will know what these antibiotics are. Also, the chances of you getting infected with it are very small. Judging by the state of my pullover, I wonder if humans will ever find this cure. i work in a hospital and its called MRSA and no it doesn''t completely go they hav no cure for it so u will hav it for the rest off ur life it may not always b active through ur body but it is always there Just research colloidal silver and you will learn how to defeat over 650 bugs. MRSA stand for methcillin resistant staphylococcus aureus. Staph aureus is the bacteria that causes pimples, it can also cause...


how do you catch hepetitis?

A: you can get hepatitus from exchanging spit (toothbrush, kissing) dirty needles, if your blood gets into his open wounds, and thats about it You can get vaccines against Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B, but not the other forms. They are spread by different ways. Here''s a run down: Hep A: Fecal/oral route (example: people not washing their hands after using the bathroom and preparing food for others) Hep B: Blood transfusions, tattoos, sharing needles, sexually, in utero (from a mother to her unborn child) Hep C: same as Hep B Hep D: Only becomes infectious if you have Hep B Hep E: Fecal/oral route like Hep A Hep G: Just identified. Spread in the blood like Hep B and C. Hepatitis F was thought to exist but there''s...


how Do I Choose the Best Treatment for Mononucleosis?

A: Treatment for mononucleosis, a common viral infection, usually includes the use of over-the-counter remedies to ease symptoms until the infection subsides. Pain medication, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen, are often recommended to treat a fever and ease the discomfort of headaches, body aches and a sore throat. Drinking fluids, especially water, helps avoid dehydration, which is a common complication. Generally, you should try to rest as much as possible during recovery. Doctors often advise their patients to limit strenuous activity, not just while symptoms are present, but for several weeks following the onset of infection to avoid long-term complications. A sore throat is one of the most troublesome symptoms of the infection, especially during the first...


how do I complain about a Dentist?

A: .move on i know you are upset ,but there is nothing you can do really. don''t see her again. i took my son to a dentist and his assistant put on gloves and then cleaned up some bloody cotton pads from the previous patient and put my son in the chair and put the bib on him. i said did you forget to change your gloves she flew into a rage. she then changed her gloves and screamed, we change our gloves ect .ect. ect . she was so upset she pushed the trash down with the new gloves. i insisted she change her gloves again and the dentist saw my son i would never go back there again.lord knows what goes on when we are not looking. they are supported to wash their hands and re glove with every patient. with todays insurance we are limited and in...


how do you get a Staph Infection?

A: Staph infections are caused mainly by dirty surfaces and other unclean surfaces(like weight room benches) i know this because a friend of mine got a reallllly nasty staph infecton just from working out at the gym at my high school. but i dont know if it can be caused by molestation. I''ll look through my books and see if it can be transmitted that way. 7 out of every 10 people have staph living on their skin. This doesn''t normally cause any problems unless the skin becomes irritated and allow bacteria to pass through it...like from diaper Rash or something similar. I can not say it any better than Nurse...he could have picked it up at an unclean changing station in any number of places. I always change our babies in the back of our SUV....


Anyone like picking the dead skin off the soles of their feet?

A: ugh, go away that is minging Its great when there''s a huge slab hanging on by a thread. Its almost as good as picking off scabs. why don''t you lay out in the hot sun for 8 hours, so you can peel the blistered skin off your entire body. You will be blisstful for hours and hours !! Dude, get a better past time! that is yukki man. That sort of activity should be relegated to under the shower because after all you should take care of your feet and remove all that dead skin before it piles up like a disgusting crust. i tend to use my teath. They are more resistent than nails! mmmm sisors are another alternative. but yeah picking dead skin is a popular habbit in the same waya spicking your nose is! monkeys and other animal instictively do exactly the same thing haha......


how can we fight against bacterias & viruses?

A: Though your question to fight both bacterias and viruses the following piece of information will be interesting to you: Scientists believe there are viruses in the Chesapeake Bay that, when isolated from the water and sprayed on food, kill bacteria, making that food safer to eat. (source 1) VIRUSES AND BACTERIA Viruses are much smaller than bacteria, measuring anywhere from ½ to 1/100th the size of the smallest bacterium. All viruses and bacteria can reproduce extremely quickly. Under ideal conditions, one bacterium can reproduce every twenty minutes, which means it could have 16 million “offspring” within a twenty-four hour period. Viruses replicate just as rapidly, which makes clear that when you are fighting a cold or the flu, time is of utmost importance. THE BODY’S FIGHTER CELLS...


how do you stop your brain from doing something like.. thinking about a stupid idea that makes you nervous?

A: You have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Effective treatments are available. Consult a Clinical Psychiatrist. Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a psychiatric disorder, more specifically, an anxiety disorder. OCD is manifested in a variety of forms, but is most commonly characterized by a subject&''s obsessive (repetitive, distressing, intrusive) thoughts and related compulsions (tasks or rituals) which attempt to neutralize the obsessions. The phrase "obsessive-compulsive" has worked its way into the wider English lexicon, and is often used in an offhand manner to describe someone who is meticulous or absorbed in a cause. Such casual references should not be confused with obsessive-compulsive disorder; see clinomorphism. It is also important to distinguish OCD from other...

Hi have eczema on my hands and have tried everything ? Please help!?

A: hi, Where are u staying now? and what is ur true name and age? can u befriend with me? i m from m''sia looking for u. i feel like boaring when i alonely. but, i thing i won''t feel boaring if u befriend with me right? can u reply anything for me? go to ur local pharmency to find eczema cream or just go and see ur local doctor Eczema is a form of dermatitis, or inflammation of the upper layers of the skin. The term eczema is broadly applied to a range of persistent or recurring skin rashes characterized by redness, skin edema, itching and dryness, with possible crusting, flaking, blistering, cracking, oozing or bleeding. Areas of temporary skin discoloration sometimes characterize healed lesions, though scarring is rare. Types ICD-10 codes are provided where available. The term eczema...

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