Monthly Archives: August 2017

  1. Everything You Need To Know About Hidradenitis Suppurativa

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    Overview of Hidradenitis Suppurativa

    Hidradenitis suppurativa is rare skin disease that affects people mostly in areas where there is a lot of friction. Hidradenitis suppurativa manifests itself in armpits, the groin, the anal area and underneath breasts. This may explain why women are more likely to experience hidradenitis suppurativa than men and why it generally appears after puberty.

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  2. Red Spots on Legs? Here's What they Could Mean

    Red Spots on Legs? Here's What they Could Mean


    Red spots on legs? If you have them, chances are you’ve wondered what they are or how they may have appeared. Red bumps on legs, or red spots on legs can mean any number of things. Most of the time they mean just a temporary skin rash, but in very rare cases, they can be a manifestation of a more serious skin condition or an allergic reaction. We will take you through some of the possibilities so you can determine what the red bumps or spots mean and how you can get the treatment you need.

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  3. Doctor Questions: How to Prepare for Your Appointment

    Doctor Questions What Should I Ask Before Agreeing to a Treatment


    While there are many conditions that can be easily treated at home, sooner or later, everyone will go to the doctor for help with an ailment. While doctor’s work hard and try their very best to treat each patient individually, the truth of the matter is that doctors are simply just busy people. Often, since doctors have so many patients to see, they don’t have time to take a deep look at the specific needs of your body and ask all the tough questions. In many cases, when it comes down to it, a lot of that falls on you as the patient -- whether you realize it or not. Here are some questions to ask your doctor so you can fully understand your best treatment options and take control of your own health.

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  4. How to Find the Best Antifungal Cream

    How to Find the Best Antifungal Cream


    Fungal infections are difficult to deal with. Anyone who has struggled with athlete’s foot, toenail fungus, or jock itch would tell you that it’s anything but comfortable. And fungal infections are not only uncomfortable, they can also be unsightly and embarrassing. Fingernail fungus can be especially awkward. Thankfully, there are ways to treat fungal infections and get back to living your normal life. In this article we’ll talk a little bit more about what fungal infections are and then educate you on what to look for in an antifungal cream.

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  5. The Best Options for Chronic Pain Relief

    The Best Options for Chronic Pain Relief


    No one likes to be in pain. When you’re in pain, you need pain management that is safe, fast, and effective. And chronic pain is even more unbearable. There are several chronic pain relief options out there, but when it comes to chronic pain management for your body, you want to make sure you select products that really work and that don’t have harsh side effects like certain types of drugs and medications. We’ll go over some of the best chronic pain relief options for different types of relief in this article so that the next time you are dealing with inflammation or pain, you’ll now which remedies and elements to turn to first.

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  6. Cold Sore Stages and Solutions

    Cold Sore Stages and Solutions


    Whether it’s a cold sore or pimple, negative skin conditions are frustrating and often difficult to treat. Cold sores can be especially troublesome. While there’s no doubt that cold sores are no fun to deal with, unfortunately most people experience them at one time or another during their lifetime. Not only are cold sores painful, they’re also unattractive and embarrassing. If you’re suffering from cold sores, you’ll want to understand how long it takes for them to run their course and also what you can do to accelerate the healing process so you can be back to normal as soon as possible.

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