3 Common Scalp Issues

Posted on: 10 August 2016

Every day, many people suffer from scalp issues. Do you have a dry, itchy scalp? Is your scalp consistently the locus of discomfort? It could be the case that you're suffering from a scalp related issue. Here are some of the most common scalp related issues and how to go about treating them. Allergic Contact Dermatitis This issue occurs because you are having an allergic reaction to something that is touching your scalp on a regular basis. [Read More]

How Fat Extraction From Liposuction Is Used To Enlarge Or Reshape Sexual Areas Of The Body

Posted on: 31 July 2016

Have you always wished you were more well-endowed in the genital region rather than chubby in your mid-section? Ladies, have you ever wished your labia had a fuller, more youthful look, and that you had less abdominal fat? Maybe you wanted a rounder, larger derriere? You can accomplish all of the above through liposuction and fat extraction of your own fat cells, and here is how. Bigger Bum Some ladies want a bigger bum, or a rounder derriere. [Read More]

Summer Is Great For Outdoor Activities, But Not So Great When Those Activities Lead To A Heat-Related Illness

Posted on: 27 July 2016

It's summer in the United States, a time when people like to get out and enjoy the warm-weather activities that aren't so popular during the winter. But along with the heat comes the danger of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Although these two conditions are similar, there are some crucial differences. Here's what you need to know to help prevent, diagnose, and treat these conditions. What's the Difference Between Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke? [Read More]

What To Remember When You Have A Cut

Posted on: 18 July 2016

Lacerations, or cuts, happen all the time. Whether it's a tiny paper cut or a cut from a knife while chopping vegetables – they happen frequently. Since they are so common people often think about them as a minor problem. No, a cut isn't a life threatening emergency, but it can spiral into a more serious concern if it is not cared for correctly. Make sure you know how to properly care for your cut as well as how to monitor the healing process. [Read More]