2017

Four Tips For Better Hearing This Fall

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Any season is going to bring changes in hearing needs, especially when the fall season arrives and there is much more excitement, especially revolving around sports and holidays. To help keep your hearing in a good state, it’s helpful to consider these four tips: Avoid Stadium Games: Stadium games, such as football games are extremely loud. If you can avoid it, it will protect your already impaired hearing as someone who wears hearing aids.…

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Tips For Preventing Postmenopausal Fractures

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As you age and go through menopause, you might find that you are more susceptible to bone fractures. Therefore, you are going to want to make sure that you are doing everything possible to prevent postmenopausal fractures. While there may still be a small chance of getting a fracture, especially if you have a serious accident, you can give yourself a better chance of fewer fractures by using the following tips.…

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What To Expect During And After A Port Wine Stain Laser Treatment

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If you have a port wine stain, then you may be embarrassed by its appearance. This is a normal reaction, especially if the mark is located on your face or an area of the body that is highly visible. Laser treatments can be used to reduce the appearance of the mark. They are most successful during infancy or early childhood, but laser treatments can be used on adults as well. Before you try the treatment, you should understand a little bit about what should be expected.…

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What To Expect After Breast Augmentation Surgery

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Whether you are just now starting to think about going for breast augmentation surgery or you have your surgery date already scheduled, you will need to learn as much as you can about what you should expect after the procedure is completed. Reading through the following points will help you with this: You May Not Have The Same Level Of Feeling In Your Breasts Some women are lucky enough to find that they have regained all of their normal feeling within their breasts soon after they have healed from surgery.…

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Safety Features To Look For In Your Stairlift

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When it comes to your home, you should always have access to every part of it. Not having the ability to go up or down stairs should not stop you from enjoying all of your home, and it is possible to continue to have access to your home. The answer is simply installing a stairlift for your stairs. The stairlift can provide you with the ability access your entire home even when the stairs can be a physical barrier.…

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2 Options For A Natural Looking Breast Augmentation

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If you have been considering obtaining a breast augmentation surgery to boost your self confidence, then you are likely looking into all of your surgical options. However, like many women, you may desire a procedure that leaves you with larger breasts that look and feel as natural as possible. While your breast augmentation surgeon can help you choose the surgical technique that will give you the final breast appearance you desire, read on to learn two options he or she may present.…

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Interstitial Cystitis 101

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Interstitial cystitis is no fun for anyone unfortunate enough to struggle with this bladder condition. Chronic irritation in addition to pressure and pain, sometimes severe, are all the hallmarks of interstitial cystitis. While women are the most frequent sufferers. Men will sometimes have similar symptoms, but this is usually due to a prostate condition. Here is what you need to know and how to manage this condition.  What Causes Interstitial Cystitis?…

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2 Important Steps To Prevent Skin Cancer & Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer Surgery Option

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According to the American Academy of Dermatology, the number of people in the United States diagnosed with melanoma, which is the deadliest form of skin cancer, doubled between the years of 1982 and 2011. That means that, while general skin cancer awareness has increased due to technology giving virtually everyone the ability to research tips for preventing skin cancer, not enough people are taking the steps they need to protect their skin from the sun’s harsh UV rays.…

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Treating Candida Requires More Than Treating A Rash

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If you recurring yeast infections, migraine headaches, knee pain, fatigue, rashes, problems with bowel movements, and brain fog, you may have a condition called candidiasis. The microorganism Candida albicans is naturally occurring in many people. It resides in your intestines and is responsible for helping maintain a healthy digestive system. However, if this yeast starts to grow and reproduce too quickly it can cause some of the unpleasant symptoms above. Your doctor may prescribe an antifungal cream to get rid of the rash and some of the other symptoms, but to completely get the yeast back in check, you need to do a few other things.…

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7 Ways To Improve Bone Health And Avoid Spine Compressions

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The natural ageing process increases your likelihood of experiencing spine compressions, or tiny fractures along any portion of the vertebrae in the spine. While you cannot stop from growing older, there are some other things you can do to improve your bone health and avoid experiencing spine compressions. Research Your Medication One of the main causes of spinal compression is osteoporosis, a reduction of your bone density. Weaker bones mean you could more easily sustain a fracture through simple daily activities like walking down stairs or picking up a child.…

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