A selection of articles related to parasitic meningitis.
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- Apis mellifica (Bee Poison)
- Apis is homoeopathic potentized poison of the honey bee. Ever felt the sting of a bee or wasp? Then you know exactly what kind of pains this remedy cures: Apis will heal burning, stinging and sore pains that get worse by touch, heat or pressure and get less...
Remedies >> Remedies A
- Glonoinum (Nitroglycerine)
- --> This is Nitroglycerine; the heavy explosive stuff bombs are made of. In homoeopathy we use Glonoinum for sudden, heavy symptoms together with the feeling as if you, or a part of you, will explode. There is a striking congestion to the head and the...
Remedies >> Remedies G
- That Mysterious Mistletoe
- Hang a bunch of Mistletoe on the ceiling for that’s a permit to kiss the man or woman who stands under it, and next gently seduce your chosen one into the direction of your bunch of strange lightgreen twigs with sticky white berries. They say this will lead...
Herbalism >> Herbs dictionary M
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- Anti-vaxx parents lose little boy to meningitis
- The infection is caused three ways: by viruses associated with common illnesses like the flu and uncommon illnesses like measles, via a rare fungal or parasitic infection and, most seriously, through a bacterial infection.
- Parasitic Meningitis Confirmed in 12-Year-Old After Swimming in Arkansas Lake
- Parasitic Meningitis is a potentially very serious illness, and can lead to fatal brain infection and death.
- Mother Of Girl Who Survived Parasitic Meningitis Dies From Cancer
- She is the mother of Kali Hardig, who had her own battle with Parasitic Meningitis last summer. Kali is one of only three people to survive the very rare and usually-fatal brain infection.
- First Known Case Of Parasitic Meningitis In Years Is Confirmed
- Atlanta (CBS Atlanta) — An Arkansas 12-year-old girl has been confirmed to have the first known case of parasitic meningitis in years.
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