Three Things Parents Need To Know About Blow Dryers And Lice

Posted on: 5 October 2016

The usual treatment for head lice is to carefully remove lice and nits with a fine-toothed comb, but for parents of curly-haired kids, using one of these combs can be difficult. If you're having trouble getting the comb through your child's hair, you may want to try a more curly-hair friendly method, like your blow dryer. Here are three things you need to know about getting rid of head lice with a blow dryer.
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4 Tips For Reducing The Appearance Of Burn Scars

Posted on: 20 September 2016

Getting burned can be an extremely painful experience, no matter how minor the burns might be. Along with the pain, however, you might have other concerns as well, such as about whether or not you will have scars. Luckily, there are a few steps that you can take to help reduce the appearance of burn scars. 1. Seek Medical Treatment Immediately First of all, you should make sure that you seek medical treatment for any burns as quickly as possible after they happen.
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Surviving Mold Allergies

Posted on: 31 August 2016

If you are allergic to mold, your symptoms can be triggered by a number of items, including damp bathrooms, rainy weather, and outdoor spore levels. Instead of suffering from sinus congestion, sneezing, itchy, and a runny nose, you can take a variety of actions to manage your allergy. Reducing your exposure and using certain medications can make your mold sensitivity less of a problem. Mold Counts When the mold count is high, a 50,000 count per cubic meter of air, an air-quality warning will be issued.
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How To Prevent Blisters When You Wear New Sandals

Posted on: 26 August 2016

If you recently bought a new pair of sandals, you may get blisters. It isn't unusual for new sandals to cause foot blisters, because the shoes are still stiff. This doesn't mean you have to stop wearing sandals. All you have to do is take some preventative measures to keep enjoying them without pain. Here are some tips to prevent foot blisters from new sandals. Apply a Barrier Place an adhesive bandage across the heel, which is the part that sandals rub the most.
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