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Last night i had one seagrams peach fuzzy navel wine cooler as soon as i drank a little my chest hurt i felt warm rapid breathing temp 99.8?
Shaving: Insure that you use fresh sharp blades vice dull blades. If the hair is more than several mm long – then trim it before shaving it. Wash the area before shaving – warm water can help to soften the hairs. Use a lubricant when shaving. Avoid using products that contain alcohol or are scented. Shave in the direction of the hair – not against it. Be gentle when shaving – don’t push down too hard. ...Read more
Fungal infection: From your description, it may indicate tinea versicolor which is a cutaneous fungal infection often treated with anti fungals and even selsen blue shampoo applied to the skin. The circles are often lighter than your skin pigment. Please see your pcp or dermatologist however to confirm the diagnosis. ...Read more
Fruit is Sugar: We grew up with a myth that all vegetables and fruits are healthy. But this is not so in a world of obesity and diabetes. If one has a weight problem or a tendency to develop diabetes then every form of sugar or carbohydrate is to be questioned and limited. It is a myth that fruits are healthy. If one is overweight sugars are the enemy first and foremost. ...Read more
Hormones: Your ? Didn't indicate ur gender, not that it matters much. If male, ur wiskers will form when androgenic hormones are made in enough quantity to chang ur fuzz.Shaving won't speed the process. If female, removal of the fuzz doesn't change your hormonal balance soo u don't invite wiskers by going slick. ...Read more
Ramipril-BP Pill: see the attached link for the picture as it has been identified as the ACE-Inhibitor pill Ramipril...used in the treatment of high blood pressure; diabetic kidney disease; left ventricular dysfunction; heart failure; and post heart attack patients. (It is RDY 439) http://www.drugs.com/imprints/rdy-439-14344.html ...Read more
How many hours does "opened" canned peach last (is safe to eat) unrefrigerated in room temperature?
Below: Time line would depend on the lining of the can, but 6 hours should be safe ...Read more
I have some korean pills and was wondering if you could identify them for me.its round peach colored and has a cross with W C P inside the cross.plea?
Very diff to tell: That is very difficult to tell which pill this may be, unless you can tell us what this pill does or even what the Korean pill's name is even in Korean it is very hard for us to help you. ...Read more
Cyanide: Peach pits contain trace amounts of a cyanide compound. However in order to do any damage to yourself you would have t eat a lot of peach pits (theoretically). Peaches are not the only fruit to have cyanide related poisons, apple seeds, cherry seeds and nectarines all have these poisons as well, but have much less. Hope this helps. ...Read more
That's 324 Calories: There are about 85 calories in a large meatball & 69 in a large peach. So you'd be eating 324 calories/day. This amounts to a starvation diet that will lead to severe malnutrition. Most prisoners of war would be fed more/day. But anorexia involves not just physical starvation but a certain mindset. And it's associated w/various behaviors. Learn more at http://www.Anad.Org. ...Read more
Abnormally hard pieces in my smoothie ? Khale broccoli blueberry and peach we're used but there were hard pieces very hard? What do I do ?
Probably,but why ?: An infant does not have the refined sense of taste as an adult.Their gut is designed to accept breast milk as it's primary nutrition for the first year.Introduction of solid foods are a transition to table feeds but selection should be cautious as any can trigger food reactions that result in vomiting and diarrhea. Such items are probably safe but are more problematic than simple cereals and vegi. ...Read more
Could be OFAS: A common complaint in patients allergic to certain pollen is that some foods (like fresh fruit & vegetables) trigger local symptoms in the mouth - itching, burning, even slight swelling of the mucous membranes due to cross-reactivity (e.g. tree pollen, tree fruit; ragweed, melon). Tip-off is that symptoms are completely avoided when the food is either cooked, processed, or even peeled. ...Read more