5 Ways To Help Protect Your Eyes From Cataracts

Posted on: 26 June 2015

Cataracts are common, but the incidence of the disease continues to rise. In fact, a study conducted in 2010 projects that by 2050, the number of cataract sufferers in the United States will have doubled from 24.4 million to almost 50 million.  Here are five ways to help protect your eyes from cataracts: Get Your Vitamins Vitamins are important to the health of your eyes. Research indicates that vitamins C and E may help you avoid cataract development and progression.
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Lighten the Load And Get Moving: Reduce Your Child's Back Pain with These Tips

Posted on: 8 June 2015

If your child has back pain, the last thing thing you want is for the pain become so excessive that he or she needs an operation from an orthopedic surgeon. Luckily, you can avoid this scenario by taking steps to reduce your child's back pain. Check out these back-friendly tips: 1. Choose a quality backpack The backpack your child uses impacts how their homework sits on their back. Ideally, according to most orthopedic surgeons and back pain experts, you want a backpack with padded shoulder straps and possibly a belt around the waist that can transfer the weight to the legs of the backpack.
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Skin Cancer: How to Treat Early-Stage Melanoma

Posted on: 26 May 2015

If you went to your dermatologist due to an odd-looking spot on your face, they probably ran a biopsy to determine if it was skin cancer. If you got the diagnosis of melanoma, you know it is the most aggressive form of skin cancer. There are different stages of melanoma, based on where the tumors are located. Ealry-stage melanoma is usually localized and considered non-invasive. Here are the treatment options for each type of tumors.
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3 Ways That A Cosmetic Dermatologist Can Help With Your Acne

Posted on: 7 May 2015

If you have acne, you probably know what it's like to feel self-conscious about your appearance. Although acne is one of the most common skin conditions out there, it can still be uncomfortable and embarrassing to deal with. There is no reason to stop with over-the-counter and at-home acne treatments, however. A cosmetic dermatologist can help you with your acne in several ways, such as by offering these three treatment options.
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