Amelia Sanchez

  • 3 Reasons To Consider A Walk-In Tub

    Bathing and showering can often be a very dangerous and difficult task for older individuals or those with disabilities, mostly because of the safety hazards and strain of getting in and out of a slippery bathtub. However, a walk-in tub can actually help you offset a lot of those difficulties and making them much more relaxing and easier for you to bathe. Listed below are three reasons to consider a walk-in tub.
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  • Learning How To Recover From Alcohol Abuse

    Alcohol abuse is something that afflicts millions of families in the United States, and whether it's you or a loved one who is trying to stay sober, recovery can be a long and difficult process. That said, living clean is far from the impossible task that many people think it is. Take a look below at some things you may want to keep in mind if you or someone you care about is thinking about starting the road to recovery.
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  • Old Drug, New Use: Alternatives To Opioids In Pain Management

    With increasing concern over the use of opioids for acute and chronic pain management, doctors and patients are seeking alternatives to keep pain under control with fewer risks of addiction. In some cases, old drugs used in new ways are providing a suitable alternative to opioid use or can be used in conjunction with current treatments. Low-Dose Ketamine Ketamine may be familiar to most people as the street drug "Special K.
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  • Got Blisters? What They Are And How A Dermatologist Can Help You Treat Them

    Most people who have ever gotten a blister know that it is a bubble of fluid under the skin and that it got there because of constant rubbing. However, what you may not know is what the fluid is, and why you should not relieve it if you do not need to. In addition to knowing more about blisters, you should know when you need help from a dermatologist to treat the blisters and how the dermatologist will treat them.
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  • Nailing It: Tips And Tricks For Keeping Your Nails Strong

    Your nails are a good indicator of your overall health – if there's something chronically wrong with them, it's a sign that you probably are missing a few vital nutrients in your every day life. But if you find that your nails are constantly weak and brittle no matter how many clean bills of health you get from your doctor, it's hard to know what to do to strengthen them besides wearing protective hand gear at all times.
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  • End The Discomfort Of Dry Eye Syndrome: Treating Dry Eyes

    When the eye doesn't produce enough tears to lubricate itself properly, a patient is often diagnosed with dry eye. The condition can also be due to tears evaporating too quickly to work or to tears not being produced consistently enough. The condition is irritating and leads to various other problems if left untreated. Here's all you need to know to treat dry eye quickly and effectively. T Is for Tears
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  • Everything You'v Ever Wondered About Pink Eye

    Pink eye, medically known as conjunctivitis, is a common and very contagious disease. The good news is that it's easy to treat. If you have children, chances are someone in the home has been exposed to it at least once because it is that common. Here's all you need to know about pink eye, the treatments, and prevention tips. It Comes in Three Forms You could suffer from three different types of conjunctivitis: viral, bacterial and allergic conjunctivitis.
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  • Boots: Are They Bad For Your Feet?

    Boots are just perfect for fall and winter, and for some people, they are the choice for year-round footwear. If you are a dedicated boot wearer, you may begin to notice certain problems that are cramping your feet and your style. Unfortunately, your favorites boots may not be so good for your feet. You need to keep several things in mind when purchasing new boots. Flat Soles You probably know that high heels can cause various foot problems, but you may not realize that going with flat soles can also cause issues.
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  • Essential Ways To Prepare For A Fertility Evaluation

    Infertility is a big problem for many couples of all ages. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that a million American women between the ages of 15 and 44 are infertile. Around 7.5 million women have impaired fecundity. The good news is that many infertility problems can be treated. Depending on your personal health history and how old you are, your doctor may recommend starting with a fertility evaluation before specific treatments can be discussed and determined.
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  • Your Child's Asthma May Be The Result Of Household Cleaning Products

    Your child may have been really active at one point, but now the same child looks winded and exhausted when he or she tries to climb a tree or plays his or her favorite sport. Parents often see asthma as an inevitable part of life, but there may actually be an underlying cause. Once this cause is treated, your child might be able to live asthma-free. The frequent use of household cleaning products has been proven to be a contributing factor in the development of asthma.
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