While it's normal for people's hands to dry out and become itchy in the winter due to less moisture in the air, severe scaling and rashes on the skin could be linked to atopic dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis, or eczema, a chronic skin condition where skin can become red and itchy. While it can flare up at any time, winter weather can certainly exacerbate the condition. Read on to learn more about eczema, why you might have it, and how to treat it.
30 November 2020
Do you have chronic dry eye caused by an autoimmune condition such as Sjogren's syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, or lupus? There are a number of treatment options, many of which come in the form of eye drops or oral medications. However, there is one treatment option that is not an oral preparation or eye drop: punctal plugs. Punctal plugs are little pieces of silicone that slip into your tear ducts. By taking up space in the tear duct, they greatly reduce the number of tears that can be reabsorbed into your tear duct.
30 October 2020
While making decisions about your breast augmentation, one of the most basic and important questions you will be asked is, "What are your goals?" While you may have many emotional goals, such as feeling better about your body, you should also have concrete physical goals regarding the final shape and size of your breasts after augmentation. Getting the correct implant size will involve conversations and testing of various sizes before you and your surgeon settle on the best size for you.
1 October 2020
Aging is a process that takes many by surprise and can cause many health issues that can be a major challenge. Unfortunately, balance problems are often chief among these issues. People who lose their balance are more likely to fall down and hurt themselves, particularly if they live alone and are trying to age in place. Thankfully, physical therapy can help with this issue and keep a person safe. Balance Disorders Are Upsetting
25 August 2020