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Food Allergy Treatment Steps To Follow When First Getting Diagnosed

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The Food Allergy Resource & Education organization reports that more than 170 foods are known to cause allergic reactions. The institution goes on to list 15 million Americans as having sensitivities to one or more of those foods. If you find you fit into that group, you'll want to begin a food allergy treatment program so that you can experience optimal health.   Step 1: Avoid Your Food Allergens Once you've had food allergy testing done and know which foods you are allergic too, you'll need to remove those items from your home.

7 June 2017

Summer Shorts Revealing Your Red Birth Mark? New Ways Port Wine Stains Can Be Lightened & New Discovery In Why They Occur

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If you are like many people, the return of summer has you thinking about how your body appears in shorts and swimsuits, and you may not be happy with how you feel or look in them. If the cause of your discontent is a red birth mark, then you may have a port wine stain. Port wine stains are a relatively common birth mark, and one in 300 babies are born with at least one.

3 June 2017

Signs That You Need A New Hearing Aid When Hearing Ability Reduces

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If you have a hearing problem and have recently had a hearing test completed, then you may have learned that your hearing ability has reduced significantly over the last few years. If so, then you may want to invest in new hearing aids. However, many newer aids can also be adjusted, thanks to digital technology, to elevate the sounds you hear. In certain cases, digital adjustments may not be adequate and a new hearing aid is required.

29 May 2017

Your Guide To Allergic Asthma When Your Child Was Born Prematurely

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If your son or daughter was born prior to about 37 weeks of gestation, he or she was probably classified as premature at that time. Unfortunately, the earlier that a child is born, the more likely he or she is to experience problems, both short and long-term. A common concern that premature babies face, even after they go home from the hospital, is asthma that is triggered by allergies. Therefore, as a responsible parent of a premature infant, you need to be aware of the following facts about the triggers for your child's asthma and how the symptoms of that disease can best be managed.

22 May 2017

Persistent Diarrhea May Require A Trip To Urgent Care

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Going to an urgent care center is not the same as going to the emergency room. It is used to treat problematic, but not dangerous, problems that require immediate attention. Anyone who is suffering from persistent diarrhea, therefore, needs to understand how urgent care centers can help them. Common Causes Of This Problem Just about everybody will go through a few instances of diarrhea during a month, but persistent or chronic diarrhea often impacts certain people profoundly.

18 May 2017

New And Trending Varicose Vein Treatments Can Successfully Remove Your Varicose Veins

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Veins in your body carry blood from body tissues to major organs such as your heart and thereafter circulates regularly through each extremity. Sometimes weak valves become quite faulty, which then forces blood to begin flowing backwards. Veins thereafter become inflamed and twisted. As a result of that activity, blood settles in your lower extremities. Pooling of blood can also lead to weakness in your vein walls. That activity enlarges your veins and results in pain at the site.

13 May 2017

3 Tips For Identifying And Managing Pediatric Hypertension

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Pediatric hypertension is a condition that is often overlooked, even by medical professionals. Early identification of hypertension in children can help find the underlying cause and develop ways to minimize the impact of hypertension before it causes irreparable damage. Be Attentive As a parent, being attentive to problems with your child can encourage your family doctor to be more thorough in identifying hypertension. For example, some parents may notice their child's feet and ankles swell, especially at night and during the warmer weather.

4 May 2017

Tips For Getting Through Postmenopausal Osteoporosis

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If you have gone through menopause, there is a good chance that you have noticed changes in your body. You might like the fact that you no longer have to deal with a period every month, but you might not appreciate the fact that your metabolism has slowed down. One common problem that women have after menopause is osteoporosis. Because women's bodies are not producing the same level of estrogen as they used to be, they are going to experience some bone mass loss.

28 April 2017

A Guide To Treating Overactive Bladder

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Much of everyday life can be a chore and cause for panic when you deal with an overactive bladder. Because of this, you need to do everything that you can to pinpoint the symptoms and get the help of a professional who can treat you. With this in mind, you should read on and apply these tips in order to cure your overactive bladder and get the comfort and well-being that you deserve.

26 April 2017

About Your Corneas

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Your cornea is the front part of your eyeball that's transparent and covers your iris and pupil. The cornea also has the job of refracting light. Your cornea is also sensitive to certain things such as temperature and pressure. This is why if you touch the cornea of your eye even very lightly your eyelids will automatically blink in order to try to protect your eyes. Your cornea is also one of the parts of your eyes that's the most susceptible to damage since it is right out in front where it can easily get scratched and injured.

21 April 2017