Follow These Steps To Find A Face Wash That Works With Your Rosacea

Posted on: 15 June 2015

Does your rosacea act up every time you wash your face? Perhaps you experience a burning sensation, your face turns even brighter red, or you notice new pimples start to form. Every patient is different, so the face washing routine that works for your friend or sister may not be ideal for your skin. Following these steps will help you identify a face washing solution that works for you. Step 1: Pare down to the basics.
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What You Should Know about Stress Fractures

Posted on: 1 June 2015

A stress fracture is not usually an injury you get from instant trauma, but gradually over time. As an overuse injury, it is common among people who are athletes or who participate in cardio exercise frequently. Here is more information about this type of injury and what can be done about it. Do you have a stress fracture? The first thing you should know about this type of injury is how to identify it.
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Avoiding Painful Dry Socket Following Wisdom Teeth Removal

Posted on: 15 May 2015

If you're getting your wisdom teeth removed soon, you're likely being inundated with terrifying stories about the perils of dry socket. While dry socket certainly isn't the most painful thing that can happen to you, it's one of the most painful complications from a wisdom tooth extraction. Dry socket occurs when the blood clot that is meant to heal your gums following tooth removal becomes dislodged, exposing the internal nerves and bone to air.
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New Baby Coming? 2 Tips for Getting the Nursery Ready

Posted on: 29 April 2015

If you have a baby coming soon, you have likely been working on the nursery. Not only do you want it to look nice, but you also want it to be a safe place for your newborn. Below are two tips on getting your nursery ready so it is a comfortable place for your baby. Paint Choose a color of paint for the baby's room first. What you choose may depend on the gender of the baby.
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