28 Mar 2016

What Is Ingrown Pubic Hair?

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Anyone who shaves the pubic area is at risk for developing ingrown pubic hairs. The pubic area is one of the most common areas for women to get ingrown hairs, states the Mayo Clinic. The hairs are caused when a hair that has been shaved, plucked or waxed grows into the wall of the hair […]

27 Mar 2016

Treatment for Blisters on Feet

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Blisters that appear on the feet for whatever reason can be painful and make it difficult to wear shoes or even walk. Not to mention, improper treatment for blisters on feet can lead to a dangerous infection. It is best to get the blisters taken care of as soon as they appear in order to […]

25 Mar 2016

Hemorrhoid Treatment Options

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There are thousands of hemorrhoid treatment options for hemorrhoids in the market today. But adequate care and judgement must be exercised to avoid administering the wrong treatment for your hemorrhoids and vice versa. As doing this can prove counter productive and you could end up with a treatment that would not work for your situation […]

24 Mar 2016

Make Your Home More Energy Efficient and Save Money With Our Top Tips

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Atlanta homeowners paid 37.3% more for utility gas in January, but paid 11.7% lower prices for electricity as compared to the U.S. average. These differences are primarily due to seasonal changes, such as excessive heat in the summer and colder winters that cause those in this area to […]

23 Mar 2016

Antibiotic Treatment For MRSA

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MRSA staph infection is a rising problem in the present medical world. The infection can be life-threatening and they are resistant to many other customary treatments for infections. What Is MRSA? MRSA is a fatal infection that is caused by Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, which is referred as “staph”. MRSA stands for methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Since […]

22 Mar 2016

Huntingtons Disease Symptoms

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Huntington’s disease is nothing but a disorder that is generally passed-down via families in which bodily nerve cells in some regions of the brain degenerate or waste away. Main Causes for the Disease Huntington’s disease is normally produced by a hereditary fault on chromosome 4. The fault/defect causes a portion of DNA known as a […]

16 Jan 2016

Red Waffle Disease: How Will You Know You Have One?

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Red waffle disease is an emerging sexually transmitted disease. It shares almost the same manifestations as that of the other diseases under this same umbrella. It may also be mistaken with blue waffle which has a closest resemblance with this disease. A red waffle may mean two things. Waffle is often used in replacement of […]

27 Oct 2015

Is Obama’s “Birth Certificate” controversy racially motivated?

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“I don’t scratch my head unless it itches, I don’t dance unless I hear music“–Denzel Wahington as Coach Herman Boone in “Remember the Titans” I like that line, movies always come up with some cool sayings to me, and in this case if you miss the meaning it means “I don’t fake and front” or “schuck […]

27 Oct 2015

I choose to be in the World not the Whole World

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How can I not help feel good on days like today? We get up by 5am at our home and I am so glad because I would truly hate to miss out on the beautiful sunrises, the smell of my neighbors Iris’s, or hearing the early birds song? Yes I woke up with very sore knees, […]

07 Oct 2015

Multiple Sclerosis

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Multiple sclerosis is a chronic degenerative disease of the nervous system, the cause of which is unknown. It usually begins between the ages of 20 and 40. It is more common among whites than among blacks and seems to be more frequent in Europe, particularly in the Scandinavian countries, than in the United States. It […]