Earwax is produced in the part of the ear that goes from the the external part of the ear to the ear drum (ear canal). Earwax is necessary, however, excessive accumulations of earwax (wax earplugs) can produce hearing loss or other unpleasant symptoms such as buzzing, ringing, etc. More information.
Eczema is a non-contagious condition of the skin characterized by pustules, crusts, etc. Under this condition the skin generally appears dry and red, but there are cases where eczema occurs in the presence of liquids. Usually, it erupts at the elbow, behind the knees, hands or feet. More information.
An embolism is a vascular accident caused by one or more emboli. An embolus is a blood clot that breaks loose from the wall of a blood vessel and travels with the blood to another place. It may be stuck somewhere inside a blood vessel, causing a blood blockage that can have serious consequences. More information.
Enuresis or bed-wetting is a condition caused by lack of bladder control that causes the children or girls in bed to urinate involuntarily, especially at night. Medically speaking, a child over 5 or 6 years old is considered to have a disorder of enuresis whe he/she wets the bed at least three times a month. Boys tend to suffer from enuresis more than girls. More information.
Seeing floaters is an eye disorder in which people who suffer it see spots, stains, cobwebs or irregular shapes floating in front of their eyes. They are perceived as dark color spots that change their situation as affected people move their eyes, such as if they were flies that were flying in front of their sight. More information.
Excessive heat may pose a risk to the health of the elderly and to other people with personal problems. Heat sensation is related to humidity. When humidity is very high, thermal sensation is perceived higher than when humidity is low. More information.
EYE STRAIN (TIRED EYES)
Having tired eyes is a very common symptom of eye strain or astenopia in the eyes of many people of modern society. It is generally a response to life doings which excessively force the organ of vision. Most of eye diseases can also cause it to some extent. More information.
Spots on the face (melasma or chloasma) are changes in the skin color of the face. Usually brown coffee, they appear on the face, generally on both sides of it, so that, in many cases, they make the affected person to look like he or she was wearing a mask. More information.
Fibromyalgia is a syndrome that particularly affects the musculoskeletal system and involves both severe pain in joints, muscles, ligaments and tendons, especially the joints of the arms, legs and neck, but has many secondary events that may affect other body systems or organs. More information.