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DERMASTIR CAVIAR SUN PROTECTION -New generation SPF

02nd May 2013
Check out your Eye Q by testing out the simple Dermastir Eye Q test Take a couple of minutes to answer the following questions and find the complete answer to your eye care needs. You will find out just what your eyes need to look and feel better! ... Read >
Author: Ivan S. Pullicino B.Pharm. (Hons.) M.Sc.

Elimination of moles?-Not difficult any more!

14th March 2012
What are moles? Moles are common among people. 'A melanocytic nevus' is a term given to skin moles, in medical world. They are not at all harmful and prove to be benign. They do not cause itching; in fact, they hardly bother. Not all moles may be prese... Read >
Author: mariocora

How to Get Rid of Moles Naturally.

20th April 2011
Moles can be removed by anesthetizing and then cutting the skin. A flat scar results. If the mole needs to be utterly destroyed, the full thickness of the skin needs to be taken away. Resultant scars can be very noticeable. An alternative producing les... Read >
Author: Jimaibo

Stylish Anti-Cancer Swimwear

12th April 2011
Anti cancer swimwear sounds like a miracle technology, conjuring ideas of a garment that would either help to alleviate cancer or outright prevent it. Unfortunately, this isn't true. However, one-piece swimsuits can, in a roundabout manner, be called anti... Read >
Author: Paul Wise

Ophthalmoscopy for Flashers & Floaters

14th March 2011
A patient reports flashes & floaters; however the ophthalmologist doesn't find evidence of retinal pathology on routine ophthalmoscopy. Considering this, are we justified in billing for extended ophthalmoscopy (EO)? Answer: If the ophthalmoscopy is a r... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

92225: How Do You Determine Medical Necessity For Billing Twice?

14th March 2011
Can you shed some light on billing 92225 or 92226 with modifier 50, RT/LT, or two units for a patient following a pseudotumor cerebri in a nursing home? How do you find out medical necessity for billing twice? Both 92225 (ophthalmoscopy, extended, with ... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

Sun Damaged Skin Treatment

22nd November 2010
There was a time when tanned skin meant that a person has moved up in life; for it meant he had the time and money to take a vacation in a sunny beach! Tanned skin was highly priced as it meant a healthy life, and thought to have slimming effect whi... Read >
Author: jsocratous

The Mole and Wart Removal Process - Practical Methods

01st September 2010
If you are troubled by moles or warts that seem to appear on your face, hands, feet or even in embarrassing places over your body then you need to get rid of them. Although most moles and warts are quite harmless, the fact is that they can transform into ... Read >
Author: harry murphy

Chemotherapy and an Alkaline Diet

05th August 2010
Any person who's given the diagnosis of cancer gets right away scared of two things: dying and chemotherapy. Chemotherapy is an really invasive treatment alternative which has to virtually wreck the entire body to be able to deal with the system and to ... Read >
Author: amavanph

Seborrheic Keratosis Treatment Options

30th June 2010
Seborrheic Keratosis are unattractive lesions which can be similar in appearance to warts. These lesions are benign and are noncancerous. They may look frightening and cause concern about skin cancer but there is no reason to be concerned. They can be rem... Read >
Author: Angelakenny

Keratosis treatment Natural Ways of Removing Keratosis

25th June 2010
Keratosis is also known as solar keratosis, keratosis pilaris and actinic keratosis. The spots are red in color and covered with a white and yellow skin crust. Additional keratosis can develop such as cutaneous horns, which procured from the face and the ... Read >
Author: Angelakenny

Normal Melanoma Cures - 3 Cures That Will Keep and Eliminate Cancer malignancy Forever

03rd June 2010
Did you know that there are natural cancer treatments? Despite what you have heard from your doctors, friends, and the mainstream media, there are normal melanoma cures that exist these days. Quite a few people believe that the only way that they can trea... Read >
Author: Richard Johnson

Sun burn effects, precautions and remedies

08th April 2010
Sun burn is the condition of the skin caused due to over exposure to sun and its harmful rays. When a person is exposed to ultraviolet radiation (both UVA and UVB) of the sun, his skin gets inflamed and reddish. The person may feel discomfort, irritation,... Read >
Author: hoagrawal

Moles on the Soles of Your Feet? Keep an Eye on Them

08th January 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 Dr Alireza Khosroabady DPM If you've discovered moles on the soles of your feet, you may be wondering if you've cause for concern. That depends on a few things. First of all, while not the most 'common' place for a mole to show up... Read >
Author: Dr.Khosroabady

Avoiding Tan Lines from the Tanning Bed

27th March 2009
Tanning salons were a huge fad in the mid-80's, immediately after being introduced by Fredrich Wolff in the late 1970's. Today, tanning beds are not as trendy as a few years back, now that the danger of melanoma (aka skin cancer) has spooked the largest p... Read >
Author: Aaron Andrews
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