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Caring For Damaged Epidermis

28th May 2012
Poor skin might be attributed to a variety of things, those being genetic inheritance, lousy weather, or merely bad hygiene. In some instances, it may just be incorrect cleanliness . If bad health stems from a lack of hygiene, then poor hygiene outcome f... Read >
Author: Johnathon Lennox

Alopecia Barbae - How To Cure Alopecia Barbae?

12th September 2011
According to the Dermatology Academy in America Alopecia Barbae is kind of Alopecia Areata. This disease is characterized by patches of baldness on the scalp where the hair seems to be missing. Alopecia Barbae on the other hand is similar but the bald pat... Read >
Author: Alopeciaremedy

Shoulder Bursitis Workouts - The Ideal Treatment For a Quickly and Effective Recovery

20th June 2011
A Shoulder Bursitis inflammation can be permanently cured with a system of shoulder bursitis exercises. A rehabilitative treatment aids the inflamed tendons heal faster and much more effectively than any anti inflammatory, ice pack or cortisone injection ... Read >
Author: Jamie Tran

Pain From Nerve Injuries in Dancers

17th February 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Foot & Ankle Alliance Dancers, by profession, are required to perform in ways that place stress and pressure against nerves. They can stretch out and do exercises for dance injury prevention, but dance injury statistics show that the... Read >
Author: Dr.Khosroabady

Infantile Eczema - Healing Eczema In Babies Without Steroids

13th July 2010
There are many things that new parents worry about, some needlessly and some not; however, infantile eczema is definitely worrying for parents. Infantile eczema may be frustrating to a parent because he or she may find him or herself in the position of ch... Read >
Author: Audrey Ly

Arthrocentesis -What is it and How can it Help?

21st June 2010
One diagnostic tool in the physician's arsenal of tools is an arthrocentesis. An arthrocentesis, or more commonly called joint aspiration, should be performed in the doctor's office and under sterile conditions. The area is prepared with antibacterial soa... Read >
Author: Edward Gooden

Infant Colic - 8 Causes Of Colic In Babies

25th May 2010
It is estimated that up to 25% of all babies have colic. It usually starts between the 3rd and 6th week after they are born. There are quite a few facts about infant colic that you may not realize. These facts are: • Colicky babies generally have a h... Read >
Author: Julie Freeman

Key Ingredients of the Best Eczema Creams

15th January 2010
Many people think the best eczema creams have to contain cortisone. While it is true that these prescription creams will provide quick relief for your itching, that relief comes with a pretty stiff price. If you use cortisone-based creams for an extended ... Read >
Author: Hal Hendricks

Bone Spur and its Causes

05th January 2010
However, it is not as hard as a bone it is smooth. Causes of Bone Spur Most of the time form due to the need of the body to repair itself causing the formation of another bone. It is brought about by pressure and long term rubbing and stress in that area.... Read >
Author: harryjackson9

Treatment For Thrombosed External Hemorrhoid - The Best Treatment?

25th September 2009
Seeking treatment for thrombosed external hemorrhoid? Once you have confirmed the diagnosis of hemorrhoids, early treatment can prevent more serious conditions arising like thrombosed external hemorrhoids which developed over time due to lack of sufficien... Read >
Author: andylbergerl

Relation Between Estrogen and Cystic Acne

12th August 2009
Some persons may not react at treatments that numerous people get results. Dermatologists will oftentimes dictate a hormone-based treatment such as a low-dose estrogen birth control pill to aid unbalanced hormones in adult females and reduce outbreaks. ... Read >
Author: Raisa Adria

Do At Home Exercises For Frozen Shoulder Pain Relief

23rd July 2009
I tried many exercises for frozen shoulder pain relief, but most of them weren't easy to do at home. They involved help from a physical therapist or complex free weight contraptions. The best way to become pain free is to find exercises for frozen shoulde... Read >
Author: Steve Maltas

Cortisone Shots and The Side Effects You Should be Aware of

10th April 2009
What is a cortisone shot?A cortisone shot or a cortisone injection is given to patients to relieve pain mainly caused by joint inflammation. The ankle, hip, shoulder, elbow, knee, wrist and spine joints are the most common areas in the body where patients... Read >
Author: Jgroux

Dog Skin Rashes: How to Treat them

27th March 2009
Say you have an itch that just won't stop. What you will most likely do (after almost scratching your skin off!) is go directly to the nearest pharmacy and ask the pharmacist for the most potent cortisone or antihistamine that their store has. Then you la... Read >
Author: K9 KlearUp

Acral Lick Granuloma - A Problem For Many Dogs

23rd March 2009
Dogs often develop hot spots where they lick and chew constantly. A hot spot like this on the front paw near the wrist or the outside rear leg can turn into an Acral (relating to limbs ) Lick Granuloma. The spot becomes red, irritated and an open sore. Th... Read >
Author: Joseph M. Sabol
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