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In such cases, skin rashes caused by certain fabric materials is usually due to the skins over-sensitive behaviour, as apposed to the result of an allergic reaction.
People who have had contact with these caterpillars have developed skin rashes characterised by an intense itch.
Fred Rose decided that he'd heard enough about Vietnamese women and children with skin rashes, asthma and birth defects.
This pollution is associated with nasal congestion, breathing difficulties, skin rashes, poor health in general.
But this complication was largely limited to temporary skin rashes.
Residents living in Essington believe that the 20 or so telecommunications antennae that surround their village may have caused health problems ranging from skin rashes to childhood cancers.
Three to 7 days later, symptoms are more pronounced, with patients experiencing the sudden onset of chills, fever, and headache followed by myalgia and the appearence of generalized vesicular skin rashes.
These include sneezing, wheezing, watery eyes and skin rashes to anaphylaxis, a condition characterized by breathing difficulties and low blood pressure that can cause shock or even death.
The 39-year-old Los Angeles man wishes everyone could see the horrible sores, boils, and skin rashes that have afflicted five of his close friends, victims of an epidemic of drug-resistant staph that is spreading among gay men in large urban areas.
The company also reiterated the importance of the 14 day lead-in for nevirapine therapy, in which the drug is administered only once a day at 200 mg, as a measure for reducing the incidence of serious drug-related skin rashes.
Some skin rashes and sores (also called lesions or ulcers) are very specific to lupus, while others can occur in other diseases as well.
John's wort to skin rashes after sun exposure, but this is the first report of nerve damage linked to the "photoactive hypericins" in the popular "anti-depressant" herb.