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4 Steps You Can Take To Reduce Scarring After Skin Cancer Surgery

Skin cancer grows on your largest and most visible organ, your skin. That means when you undergo surgery to remove the skin cancer, layers of your skin is removed until the cancer is gone and then reconstruction is performed. Even with very skilled reconstruction surgery, there is generally still scarring. However, scarring can be minimized through a variety of steps. #1 Find A Highly Skilled Surgeon To start with, you need to find a highly skilled surgeon who has experience with skin cancer and reconstruction. Read More 

You Must Maintain At-Home Cleaning Of Your Hearing Aid For It To Work Effectively

Hearing aids technology is capable of improving your quality of life by virtue of making you hear more clearly. Many hearing-impaired people shy away from social environments because they are embarrassed about their hearing loss. You can look forward to a complete hearing test when you are seen by a licensed audiologist. The hearing test determines the degree of hearing loss you suffer from. It is from this test that the audiologist precisely prepares a hearing aid that suits your specific hearing loss. Read More 

Gotta Go But Can’t—Is It A Sign Of Prostate Problems?

You feel the urge to urinate, so you head to the toilet and assume the usual position. Unfortunately, the urine just doesn't want to flow like it normally does. As a man who has been standing and peeing almost his entire life, this kind of problem is definitely enough to cause some disconcert. In some situations, difficulty with urination can be a telltale indication that something serious is happening in the male body. Read More 

Can Port Wine Stain Birthmarks Be Left Untreated?

Port wine stain birthmarks are a type of skin discoloration caused by malformed capillaries resulting from a genetic defect. In most cases, port wine stains are medically harmless and don't require treatment. However, here are two times when you'll want to get the problem fixed to avoid further complications down the line. The Stain is Located on the Trigeminal Nerve Any part of the body can be inflicted with a port wine stain birthmark, but they most commonly occur on the face, head, and neck. Read More 

Diagnosing And Treating Myasthenia Gravis

Myasthenia gravis (MG) is an autoimmune disease that can affect any of the skeletal muscles. Although there is no cure, those affected by this uncommon condition are able to manage their symptoms with consistent treatment. Diagnosing Symptoms When MG affects a smaller number of muscles, it can be harder to diagnose the problem and misdiagnoses are also common. Drooping of the eyes or one side of the face can easily be symptoms of a stroke or Bell's palsy. Read More 

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4 Steps You Can Take To Reduce Scarring After Skin Cancer Surgery
20 May 2019

Skin cancer grows on your largest and most visible

You Must Maintain At-Home Cleaning Of Your Hearing Aid For It To Work Effectively
16 April 2019

Hearing aids technology is capable of improving yo

Gotta Go But Can't—Is It A Sign Of Prostate Problems?
1 March 2019

You feel the urge to urinate, so you head to the t

Can Port Wine Stain Birthmarks Be Left Untreated?
9 January 2019

Port wine stain birthmarks are a type of skin disc

Diagnosing And Treating Myasthenia Gravis
8 December 2018

Myasthenia gravis (MG) is an autoimmune disease th