Kawasaki Disease: Signs, Symptoms & Diagnosis

Clara T. Fryman

What are the symptoms?
Kawasaki disease (KD) is diagnosed when a patient runs a fever of 101°F – 104°F and above for at least five days. (If the fever isn’t treated, it can last up to 11 days.) The fever is accompanied by at least four of the following five symptoms:

  • A rash over the torso, especially in the groin area.
  • Redness and swelling of the palms and soles of the feet when the illness starts. Light peeling of the skin on the fingertips and toes occurs in the second and third weeks. Larger pieces of skin can peel off
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Ping Pong Might Ease Symptoms

Clara T. Fryman

News Picture: Paddles Against Parkinson's: Ping Pong Might Ease Symptoms

WEDNESDAY, Feb. 26, 2020 (HealthDay Information) — A spirited sport of ping pong may perhaps be additional than just pleasurable: New investigate implies it could quell signs or symptoms in Parkinson’s sufferers.

The compact research identified that sufferers with the movement dysfunction had important advancements in a extensive variety of signs or symptoms soon after taking portion in a six-month ping pong exercising method.

“Ping pong, which is also named table tennis, is a type of aerobic exercising that has been proven in the general populace to improve hand-eye coordination, sharpen reflexes and encourage the mind,” explained Dr. Ken-ichi Inoue,

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