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  1. photo How Safe are Body Piercings Really?How Safe are Body Piercings Really?Article
    infections have led to tissue loss and even brain abscesses. Prevention Choose a body piercing place that is clean and well-trained on the procedure. Talk to the staff and see what kind of materials they useRead more
  2. photo Pig Farm Raid Finds Maggot-Eaten PigsPig Farm Raid Finds Maggot-Eaten PigsArticle
    , kept pigs in squalid conditions, many with swollen legs, large abscesses and covered with flesh eating maggots crawling out of open drains. Disgusting! The conditions are bad enough, but sellingRead more
  3. photo Horrific Animal Rights Violations Filmed at Hormel Foods SupplierHorrific Animal Rights Violations Filmed at Hormel Foods SupplierArticle
    of the video pertain to food cleanliness – hogs covered with pus-filled abscesses or even what appear to be feces according to numerous sources are shown being led to slaughter and processing for laterRead more
  4. photo Effective Toothache Home RemediesEffective Toothache Home RemediesArticle
    the sore tooth if you can before spitting it out. The salt will dull the pain. Natural Pain Relief for Tooth and Gum Abscesses OralAssist is a safe, non-addictive, FDA-registered natural remedy containingRead more

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An abscess (Latin: abscessus) is pus that has built up within the tissue of the body. Signs and symptoms of abscesses include: redness, pain, warmth, and swelling. This swelling feels like it is filled with fluid if it is pressed. The area of redness is often bigger than the area of swelling. Carbuncles are an abscess in the hair follicles.An abscess is usually caused by a bacterial infection....More

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Polemonium reptans

Medicinal Plant

Polemonium reptans is a flowering plant in the genus Polemonium, native to eastern North America. Common names include abscess root, creeping Jacob's ladder, spreading Jacob's ladder, false Jacob's ladder, american Greek valerian, blue bells, stairway to heaven, and sweatroot.It is a perennial herbaceous plant growing to 50 cm tall, with pinnate leaves up to 20 cm long with 5–13 leaflets. The...More