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Healthy living is important as Amen Clinic founder Dr Daniel has told to his patients looking for treatment of their diseases. One of the symptom we need to look carefully is headache. Sometimes a headache may be associated with a change in their breasts or eyes, or bone at the top of the column. Typically, a headache is a dull ache and pain that arises from structures within the skull. When you have a headache the physician want to know all about the important information that he can get about the pain such as location of the pain, intensity and other factors.
Psychological and mental disorders can also reflected in head pain. Usually, they complain of pressure in their head, a tight band squeezing the head, or pain, pressure in the head. It is our own obligation to learn about disease symptoms in order to detect the disease therefore it can be treated properly.
Exposure to extreme weather temperature also can cause someone to have headache. Other type of sickness may develop in normal people if they facing facing of extreme emotional condition. These pains only during the end of the day, starting as a mild pain in the head, later on spread to the temples. But as time goes, these pains slowly degenerates when he or she take a rest or go to sleep.
Headaches usually last longer, for a few minutes or even hours. When the pain is described as effect comes from the burning impulse transmission in blood vessels. The sensitivity to pain in the head varies in different people and the same person at different times. The worst headaches are related to inflammation or infection of the meninges, which are the tissues covering the brain. When a sudden sharp pain head affects the feeling may be due to a branch of the facial nerve.
The worldwide swine flu death toll now stands at 816, according to a bulletin released Monday by the World Health Organization.
Most of the victims (707) have been in the Americas, followed by the Asia-Pacific region (74) and Europe (34). There has been one death in the eastern Mediterranean region, which includes the Middle East and parts of northern Africa, Agence France Presse reported.
The WHO bulletin also said that several countries and territories have reported their first cases of swine flu since the previous bulletin on July 6.
So far, 134,503 cases of infection with the H1N1 swine flu virus have been reported to the agency, AFPreported. However, countries are no longer required to test and report individual cases, which means that latest figure “understates” the actual number of infections, the WHO said.
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Maryland state health officials on Friday reported their fourth swine flu-related death. The latest victim is an adult from the Eastern Shore.
Unlike others who have died from the virus, officials said, this person does not appear to have an underlying medical condition or risk factors. But, the investigation is continuing.
The state does not provide the name, age or hometown of the patients who have died.
On Thursday, Virginia state health officials confirmed their fourth death from swine flu, also known as H1N1 virus. The victim was a Prince William County woman who had underlying health conditions.
There have been no reported deaths in the District.
About 263 people have died nationwide since the virus emerged earlier this year.
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