Your Guide to Facelifts and Rosacea

Posted on: 7 October 2016

Rosacea is a common skin condition, especially in men and women over the age of 30. You may start to notice a permanent flush in your cheeks, chin, forehead, and nose. Along with the redness, you might also experience pimples and other bumps that lead to burning and soreness. If you experience rosacea along with regular signs of aging, you might find yourself looking toward getting a facelift. Of course, this presents its own set of problems. [Read More]

Why Some People Seem Immune To Head Lice

Posted on: 26 September 2016

Every parent dreads the school notice warning about a new round of head lice circulating through classrooms. This notice will strike fear into the hearts of the parents who battle these parasites regularly, but it is nothing more than a side note to those that have never personally experienced the head-crawling frustration of eliminating them from family and home. The question most people (especially the ones who repeatedly battle the beasts) want to know is why some get lice while others do not. [Read More]

Four Reasons You Should See Your Primary Care Physician Before Plastic Surgery

Posted on: 23 September 2016

There are a number of reasons why people may decide to have plastic surgery. Some may have a physical issue that leads them to seek correction in order to lead a better life. Someone will have plastic surgery in order to make themselves look as good as possible. No matter your reasoning for seeking out plastic surgery, there is someone else's opinion you will take into account. Here are four reasons why you should talk to your physician before surgery. [Read More]

A Crash Course In Getting Through Your Pregnancy

Posted on: 8 September 2016

When you are carrying a child and want to make sure that you get through your pregnancy as health and comfortable as possible, there are a few tips that you will need to exercise. Moving forward with these pregnancy tips will help to protect you, your baby and your peace of mind. Follow these points below so that you get through your pregnancy with no issues and touch base with a doctor who can help you through it. [Read More]