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2014

Schedule A Medical Appointment If You Experience These Issues With Your Moles

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You can go your whole life without having any issues with the moles on your body, but this doesn’t mean that you should ignore them. It’s good to get into the habit of inspecting your moles regularly, as well as having your spouse check the appearance of any moles that you can’t easily see on your own. If you notice any differences in any of your moles, it’s not necessarily a sign of something serious, such as cancer — but it is a sign that you should visit your doctor as soon as possible for an assessment of the mole. Read More»

What Are The Advantages Of Having Body Contouring Surgery?

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Body contouring is a type of surgery that is done to remove excess skin from the body. This surgery is commonly performed on those who have had a substantial weight loss, women who have been pregnant multiple times and those who have sagging skin due to aging. These are some different advantages of having body contouring surgery. Can Be Performed On Various Areas  Body contouring surgery can be performed on various areas of the body where loose skin is visible. Read More»

That's Swell! Prevent Edema In Your Legs And Feet

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Edema is the potentially dangerous condition whereas your feet, ankles, and legs can become very swollen. This is often caused by medical conditions, such as a sports injury, or due to daily habits, like eating a diet high in sodium. The swelling in your legs can actually cause other swelling issues, such as around your lungs or heart, so play it safe and prevent edema. Here are some ways to prevent swelling in your legs, ankles, and feet: Read More»

Exercises That Can Help You Lose Weight While You Watch TV

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Being able to lose weight often depends on your ability to find time for daily exercise. However, if you’re spending much of your spare time in front of the TV, you might not be left with enough time for some form of physical fitness. Americans, on average, spend about five hours per day watching TV – which can certainly eat into one’s ability to work out. If your TV watching is along these lines, the simplest answer is to watch less TV and make exercise a priority. Read More»

The Interrelationship between Asthma and Allergic Rhinitis Conditions

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Your immune system wrestles with unwanted substances entering your body and fights off pollen and other irritants. Interestingly, your immune system releases histamines into your body that bring about aggravating allergy symptoms such as postnasal drip and sneezing. Your body also fights off foreign substances in your airways, namely dust and pollen that cause asthmatic inflammatory attacks. Such attacks are also similar to the struggles of allergy sufferers. Researchers believe that both conditions are interrelated, and physicians treat both conditions as a dual affliction, which are both seasonal or yearlong medical conditions. Read More»