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Monthly Archives: January 2018

  1. How Long Do Hemorrhoids Last?

    How Long Do Hemorrhoids Last?


    Hemorrhoids are a common, if not slightly embarrassing problem to deal with. In this article, we’ll take a deeper look at the issue of hemorrhoids. This article will answer questions such as. “What are hemorrhoids,” “What are the symptoms of hemorrhoids,” “How long do they last,” and “How to treat them?”

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  2. Molluscum Contagiosum Stages

    Molluscum contagiosum is fairly common skin disease that originates from a pox virus. The virus can last anywhere from 6 to 12 months. Knowing the stages of molluscum contagiosum can help you more proactively treat the health condition and find relief from its symptoms.

    Molluscum contagiosum’s stages are as follows:

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  3. Molluscum Contagiosum Treatment Options

    Molluscum Contagiosum Treatment Options


    Molluscum contagiosum is a skin disease that some suffer from. It’s pretty common among children, athletes, and others who, for one reason or another, experience a lot of skin-to-skin contact or friction.

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  4. Is Shingles Contagious?

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    There’s a lot of confusion around shingles. We hope to clarify things a bit by explaining what shingles are, are shingles contagious, what you can do to prevent them, and what should you do once you have them.

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  5. What Does Shingles Look Like?

    What Does Shingles Look Like?


    Shingles is a disease that comes from the same virus as the chickenpox. It’s most commonly associated with painful blisters and red skin that wrap around the torso. In this slideshow, we’ll show you pictures of shingles so you can see what shingles looks like at its different stages as well as some unique cases that fall outside of the norm.

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