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How stress impacts oral health* › Jaw joint issues – Can cause pain around the ear or face. › Bruxism – Teeth grinding can cause damage, especially when concentrating or at night. › Poor oral hygiene – A lack of brushing and flossing can lead to tooth decay and periodontal (gum) disease. › Cold sores – Commonly triggered by dental treatment, stress and exposure to sunlight. › Stress-induced oral infections or sores – May show up as ulcers, white lines, or white or red spots. › Decreased immune response – Can contribute to the development of periodontal (gum) disease. How to reduce painful symptoms › If you grind your teeth, talk with your dentist about getting a custom-fitted night guard.** It can prevent tooth damage from grinding and act as a cushion for your jaw and joint tissues. › Avoid hard or crunchy foods when you’re in pain. › Avoid tobacco and alcohol, which can make your oral symptoms worse. › Try gentle massage, physical therapy or non-opioid pain relief medications. › Talk with your doctor or dentist about anti- inflammatory drugs for inflammation and antiviral drugs to prevent cold sores. › To help reduce cold sores, stay out of the sun or use at least an SPF 30 sunscreen.
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Score: 1619435.6 - https://www.un.org/insurance/s...dental_health_may_flyer_v3.pdf
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Symptoms of oral herpes include painful blisters or open sores called ulcers in or around the mouth. Sores on the lips are commonly referred to as “cold sores.” (...) The frequency of outbreaks tends to decrease over time but can occur for many years. People infected with HSV-2 may experience sensations of mild tingling or shooting pain in the legs, hips, and buttocks before the appearance of genital ulcers. (...) HSV-2 is most contagious during an outbreak of sores, but can also be transmitted when no symptoms are felt or visible.
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Score: 1345456.7 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...ts/detail/herpes-simplex-virus
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Symptoms of oral herpes include painful blisters or open sores called ulcers in or around the mouth. Sores on the lips are commonly referred to as “cold sores.” (...) The frequency of outbreaks tends to decrease over time but can occur for many years. People infected with HSV-2 may experience sensations of mild tingling or shooting pain in the legs, hips, and buttocks before the appearance of genital ulcers. (...) HSV-2 is most contagious during an outbreak of sores, but can also be transmitted when no symptoms are felt or visible.
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Score: 1345456.7 - https://www.who.int/en/news-ro...ts/detail/herpes-simplex-virus
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The early symptoms are: \ FEVER \ COUGH (initially dry) or a sore throat \ MALAISE (feeling ‘unwell’) and MYALGIA (sore muscles and joints) \ SNEEZING (in a small percentage of cases) \ SHORTNESS OF BREATH often develops later and is a marker of a more severe disease. (...) Key points to note are: \ Your provider will work with the State’s health department to determine if you need testing. \ Tests can only be ordered by a doctor and if medically necessary. \ It is unlikely that testing will be ordered for minor symptoms or no symptoms. 4 SEEKING CARE FOR CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) \ As testing becomes more available, and as cases become more common in the region, the thresh- old for testing will decrease. There will be less review of exposure and more focus on symptoms that match coronavirus. \ A test uses 2 nasopharyngeal (nasal) swabs and 2 oropharyngeal (throat) swabs. (...) SUMMARY Identify a health-care provider before you become unwell At Home (Name & Contact #) At Work (Name & Contact #) My Primary Care Hospital Hospital 6 SEEKING CARE FOR CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) Assistance on COVID-19 or seeking medical care Telephone Website New York 311 https://www.nychealthandhospitals.org New Jersey 1 800 222 1222 or 1 800 962 1253 https://www.njdoctorlist.com/NJPublic Connecticut N/A https://portal.ct.gov/coronavirus If you are unwell Fever Cough Malaise, sore joints Shortness of breath Do not go to work, school, public places, or use public transport, ride sharing or taxis – except to get medical care Cover your cough or wear a mask Call your doctor’s office before going for an appointment Do not share items like cups or towels Clean ‘high touch’ surfaces frequently
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Score: 1247561.1 - https://www.un.org/other/afics..._seeking_care_for_covid-19.pdf
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Alan's intelligence, wit, sense of fair play, dedication to doing the right thing, and warmth and humanity will be sorely missed especially in this committee. Mr. Chairman, My delegation looks forward to working with you and other colleagues as we consider substantial and consequential issues related to peacekeeping this session. (...) While the Secretary-General's requests reflects an overall decrease of $400 million from the prior year to $7.4 billion, the actual peacekeeping requirements for the coming year will, for the first time ever, exceed the $8 billion mark.
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Score: 1210974.2 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/fifth...0of%20Work_United%20States.pdf
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Symptoms may include: fever or chills; cough; shortness of breath; fatigue; muscle or body aches; headache; new loss of taste or smell; sore throat; congestion or runny nose; nausea or vomiting; diarrhea. (...) Side effects that have been reported with the COVISHIELD™ Vaccine include: 4 of 5 Revised: 01.01. 2021, Version 3.0 Very Common (may affect more than 1 in 10 people) • tenderness, pain, warmth, redness, itching, swelling or bruising where the injection is given • generally feeling unwell • feeling tired (fatigue) • chills or feeling feverish • headache • feeling sick (nausea) • joint pain or muscle ache Common (may affect up to 1 in 10 people) • a lump at the injection site • fever • being sick (vomiting) • flu-like symptoms, such as high temperature, sore throat, runny nose, cough and chills Uncommon (may affect up to 1 in 100 people) • feeling dizzy • decreased appetite • abdominal pain • enlarged lymph nodes • excessive sweating, itchy skin or rash These may not be all the possible side effects of the COVISHIELD™ Vaccine.
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Score: 1191106.1 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...eld_information_fact_sheet.pdf
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Very quickly I developed a pressure sore and my condition worsened. My family tried to seek treatment for me, carrying me to the refugee camp across the border to Thailand. (...) They suffer and live with SCI complications such as pressure sores, urinary problems, fever, contracture of stiff joints, and not being independent. (...) They suffer and live with complications… Their families tell me later that he or she has died, mostly because of pressure sores… Many die within two years of their injuries.”
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Score: 1141425.6 - https://www.who.int/cambodia/n...etail/21-10-2017-sokha-s-story
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One panelist observed that, due to the crisis, donors might not sustain their commitments, thus decreasing official development assistance. More specifically, it was mentioned how commitments made by major donors on health MDGs had to be honoured despite the global financial and economic crisis. (...) Furthermore, the global economic and financial crisis would be felt even more intensely in Africa and the LDCs, with the risk of a resulting decrease in official development assistance flows and other financing for development. (...) With regard to malaria, there has been a decrease in child mortality as well as the number of cases of infection.
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Score: 1127372.5 - https://www.un.org/en/ecosoc/j...ca%20+%20ldcs%20(27july09).pdf
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Symptoms may include: fever or chills; cough; shortness of breath; fatigue; muscle or body aches; headache; new loss of taste or smell; sore throat; congestion or runny nose; nausea or vomiting; diarrhea. (...) Side effects that have been reported with the COVISHIELD™ Vaccine include: 4 of 5 Revised: 01.01. 2021, Version 3.0 Very Common (may affect more than 1 in 10 people) • tenderness, pain, warmth, redness, itching, swelling or bruising where the injection is given • generally feeling unwell • feeling tired (fatigue) • chills or feeling feverish • headache • feeling sick (nausea) • joint pain or muscle ache Common (may affect up to 1 in 10 people) • a lump at the injection site • fever • being sick (vomiting) • flu-like symptoms, such as high temperature, sore throat, runny nose, cough and chills Uncommon (may affect up to 1 in 100 people) • feeling dizzy • decreased appetite • abdominal pain • enlarged lymph nodes • excessive sweating, itchy skin or rash These may not be all the possible side effects of the COVISHIELD™ Vaccine.
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Score: 1126671.5 - https://www.un.org/sites/un2.u...eld_information_fact_sheet.pdf
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Preoccupied about their children’s lives, the parents did not notice a little sore on the foot of their daughter Lilan. The 13-year-old had been in pain for a long time, but severe, immediate and existential threats had pushed the girl’s physical discomfort to the back of everybody’s mind. (...) Zahra recalls that the sore first appeared on the girl’s foot while they were still in Syria, but it wasn’t particularly big. Recently, however, the sore had turned into an open wound, and the pain had intensified, forcing the girl to restrict her movements.
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Score: 1090739.3 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sto...refugees-long-road-better-life
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