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Whitening Day Cream For Keratosis Pilaris

02nd June 2011
Keratosis pilaris or KP, also recognized as chicken skin, is not a physically painful problem, but the appearance of the rash-like bumps is known to cause increased frustration and depression, which makes it emotionally painful. The red spots can show up ... Read >
Author: Alvin Ayala

The Scar Solution Ebook By Sean Lowry - Review

25th January 2011
Recently I used a product called Scar Solution Ebook by Sean Lowry to fade away my year long facial and knee scars and I was completely baffled by the results, even my 6 year old knee scar has faded to my surprise. I always preferred and looked forward... Read >
Author: ArticleSubmit Auto

Hemorrhagic Cysts: Symptoms And Treatment Methods For This Type Of Ovarian Cyst

23rd February 2010
What Are Hemorrhagic Cysts? Hemorrhagic cysts are a type of ovarian cyst and are more common than most women realize. Most are harmless and many come and go unnoticed. Occasionally, however, problems do occur that need to be addressed by a physician. ... Read >
Author: Karen Marie Kalata

Signs and Symptoms of Meniere's Disease - How it Affects Hearing and Treatments For Patient

06th September 2009
A usual episode of Meniere's Disease may begin with one ear feeling full, with hearing fluctuations or hearing different high-pitched ringing sounds. Other symptoms eventually follow such as vertigo or dizziness, lack of balance, nausea and vomiting. On t... Read >
Author: Alicia McWilliams

Zero Smoke - Does It Really Work?

12th May 2009
As a growing number of people all over the globe are attempting to quit smoking, they are being besieged by erratic information regarding the ill effects of chronic smoking, the utter difficulty of this attempt, the obvious social aspects involved, among ... Read >
Author: Amy S. Cheung

Cervical Pain Treatment by Physiotherapy

06th October 2008
by Jonathan Blood-SmythCervical spine pain and disability is one of the commonest problems for which people consult a physiotherapist. The first part of the examination is to find out the cause of onset of the pain and how it has behaved since then. The c... Read >
Author: David Ravech

Stop Bleeding Gums

08th February 2008
The best way to stop bleeding gums is to attack the underlying infection that makes them vulnerable. With a few simple measures, it is easy to kill the germs that cause the bleeding and to prevent escalating disease. Take precautions at the first signs of... Read >
Author: Trusted Natural Products
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