4 Things You Need To Know About Cold Urticaria

Posted on: 2 September 2015

It's common knowledge that exposure to allergens can lead to hives, but other things can also lead to the formation of these itchy welts. Surprisingly, even cold weather can lead to this uncomfortable reaction. Doctors call this condition cold urticaria; here are four things you need to know about it. What are the symptoms of cold urticaria? People with cold urticaria develop itchy, red welts on their skin following exposure to cold temperatures.
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Benefits Of Roller Table Massages For Pain Relief

Posted on: 27 August 2015

If you have back pain that will not go away, visiting a chiropractor can help tremendously. Chiropractors offer spinal adjustments and other services, including massages. Many chiropractors encourage patients to lay on motorized roller tables before or after their spinal adjustments. Using a roller table offers three key health benefits. You can experience these benefits by visiting a chiropractor in your area.   A roller table is a powered device that may have three different effects.
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Nagging Sports Injury That Won't Heal? Stop Taking Pain Medication And Get Treatment

Posted on: 18 August 2015

If you're suffering from a sports related injury and you can't get it to fully heal, you'll want to ask your physician for a recommendation for physical therapy and other therapeutic treatments. There are many benefits to these types of treatments instead of taking medication. The medication is only going to help relieve the pain you have from the injury, not treat it. Here are a few things to talk with your physician about and seek treatment for, to start healing the area where you have pain.
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4 Ways To Treat Varicose Veins

Posted on: 5 August 2015

Do you have varicose veins in your legs? Are they becoming noticeable and unsightly? Are they causing serious pain and discomfort? Varicose veins form when the valves in your leg's veins start to fail. The valves are responsible for directing blood back to the heart. If the valves fail, blood stays in the veins, eventually causing them to become clotted and swollen. The good news is that you have options available.
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