Cellulitis: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment | Merck Manual Consumer Version

Cellulitis: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment | Merck Manual Consumer Version

Cellulitis – The Quick Facts. What is cellulitis? Cellulitis is a common bacterial skin infection that can spread quickly and can be very serious. Cellulitis is caused by bacteria that get into your skin. Bacteria are most likely to enter your skin where you have a cut, insect bite, scrape, burn, puncture wound, or patches…

Fasting associated with sickness behavior critical to surviving bacterial infection | Guido Kroemer

Fasting associated with sickness behavior critical to surviving bacterial infection | Guido Kroemer

[Rhonda]: That’s the question. Do we know the threshold for the stress threshold for, you know, activating autophagy, and when that pushes the mitochondria then to permeabilize and cause cell death? Like, where, for example, with Valter’s work in mice, he had done 48-hour fasts and there was both autophagy and massive apoptosis occurring. So,…

Cold Sores and Cognition

Cold Sores and Cognition

Dementia may be tied to chronic infections. I’m Erin White and this is a dailyRx Minute. There may be a connection between several common viral and bacterial infections– and problems with mental cognition such as dementia. Viruses and bacteria that are responsible for cold sores, some respiratory infections, and stomach ulcers were shown to be…