According to WebMD, sick people should not starve a fever; they should eat foods high in antioxidants and protein. Chicken soup may help with nasal congestion and make mucus easier to cough out. More »

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Seeds of the American pawpaw plant have cytotoxic, immunosuppressive and antimicrobial properties that may be beneficial in the treatment of some types of cancer, as well as antiviral and pesticidal properties that may a... More »

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In healthy people, fever, emotional stress and intense exercise can temporarily increase protein levels in the urine, according to the American Association for Clinical Chemistry. Abnormal protein levels may also point t... More »

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Most people with encephalitis are asymptomatic or experience only mild symptoms that mimic the flu, including fatigue, weakness, muscle or joint aches, fever, and headache, according to Mayo Clinic. More-serious cases of... More »

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Although not everyone with viral encephalitis exhibit symptoms, some people may develop symptoms that mimic the flu, including fatigue, weakness, aches in joints or muscles, fever and headache, according to Mayo Clinic. ... More »

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Although many people will not present symptoms early on, some individuals in the first stages of hepatitis C, or HCV, can experience appetite loss, tiredness, slight fever, achy muscles and nausea, reports the Illinois D... More »

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Although most people in the early stages of liver cirrhosis may not have any symptoms, some symptoms present in later stages are weight loss, feeling tired, jaundice, nausea, leg edema, bruises, fever and stool that is l... More »

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