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Treatments for Eczema by Medical Team Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:41pm Here is a list of treatments and procedures that are commonly used to treat Eczema: Air-dry skin Allergy exposure reduction Antibiotic skin creams Antibiotics Antihistamines Avoid airborne pollens and other allergens Avoid animals Avoid cigarette smoke Avoid lengthy bathing Avoid scratching or rubbing Avoid skin in ... Read on »
ARE CATS CRAZY, GOOFY, OR JUST DIFFERENT??? (PT. 2) by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 28 Aug 2011 12:00am Did any of the information on a cat's body language help you understand what a cat might be thinking?  You, neither, huh?  Well, don't feel too badly about it...that's all part of the mystique of a cat.  And, speaking of mystique, there are a lot of myths about cats (and dogs) that seem to keep the idea of mystique in vogue.  Consider thi ... Read on »
ARE CATS CRAZY, GOOFY, OR JUST DIFFERENT??? (PT. 3) by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 11 Sep 2011 12:00am Helpful Buckeye apologizes for the omission of last week's issue of Questions On Dogs and Cats.  I had prepared a new issue for publication but, due to confusion on my part, had scheduled it for this weekend.  So, you'll still be able to read a fresh issue this weekend.  Hopefully, all of our readers were busy enough with other stuff over Labor ... Read on »
Don’t Scratch Your Arse Then Rub Your Eye. by Cat T. Posted Mon 21 Nov 2011 8:56am Was I the only person who had the crappiest Sunday ever? Seriously, let me kvetch a moment, my family is still battling the bubonic plague, the cop was dealing with some sort of eye issue (more on that later) and the Captain was in rare.form. I did make cookies and salad with half of an avocado in it, so that’s awesome. So my husband and hi ... Read on »
“Berkeley Schools Cook From Scratch: Chefs Rule” by Ed Bruske by Ann C. Posted Wed 12 May 2010 9:29am Reposted With Permission:   May 12th, 2010   Executive chef Bonnie Christensen Executive chef Bonnie Christensen was at her desk, holding forth on her troubles with labor unions, when her second-in-command, sous chef Joan Gallagher, walked into the kitchen office c ... Read on »
To Shave or Not to Shave - That is the question by Andrea H. Facebook Posted Fri 13 Apr 2012 11:13am Kind of felt it was time to get to the hair (or not) section. After all, it's the thing every woman thinks of from the moment they hear the word "cancer." It's right after being scared of dying. We can't help it. We're so tied to our hair as part of what defines us as being women. How many shampoo commercials are there anyway? So going bald is ... Read on »
What Kind Of Damage Happens To Your Body After You Do A Hard Workout, Triathlon or Marathon? by bengreenfield Facebook Posted Thu 16 May 2013 10:06pm Have you ever wondered what your body looks like on the inside after you do a hard workout, triathlon or marathon? I decided to test it. Here’s how: I did back-to-back triathlons on one of the world’s toughest race courses (the Wildflower triathlon ). This brutal protocol consisted of a Half-Ironman on the first day, followed by a ... Read on »
CATS BEHAVING BADLY.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 17 Apr 2011 12:00am Last week's discussion on vegan diets for your pets aroused some interest from some of you, but only to the extent that you were curious about the concept.  Most of you (90%) responded that you have never attempted to feed a vegan diet to your pet.  And, only 5% of you replied that you weren't sure about whether you might consider a ve ... Read on »
Does Your Child Have Allergies or Asthma? Answers to the Most Common Questions Parents Ask (Part 1) by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sat 05 Feb 2011 5:02am [NOTE FROM SUSAN: Since this article provides so much valuable information, I’ve decided to run it in two parts. The second part will appear tomorrow.] Allergists are trained to look for certain symptoms that are not obvious to parents or even to pediatricians or general practitioners. Paul Ehrlich, M.D., and Larry Chiaramonte, M.D. are th ... Read on »
PETS WITH INJURIES...HANDLE WITH CARE! by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 12 Aug 2012 12:00am Most dog and cat owners have gone through the unfortunate experience of either seeing their pet be injured in some way or finding them injured after the fact.  Even though dogs and cats are usually quite agile, they still seem to be able to get into trouble pretty easily.  If you find that your pet has become injured in some way, what wou ... Read on »