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Just What Exactly Brings About Fever Blisters On Lips? by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Sat 30 Jun 2012 5:42am What can cause fever blisters on lips and what can be done regarding this dilemma. are brought on by the herpes simplex virus, and it can be either type 1 or type 2. Typically type 1 causes fever blisters and type 2 causes genital herpes but this is not usually the case. The type 2 strain of the virus can cause fever blisters to show up i ... Read on »
Coping with Cold Sores (Fever Blisters) by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 02 Aug 2012 2:12pm What You Need to Know Cold sores are proof that life can be unfair -- some people get them, others don't. Besides being itchy and painful, cold sores (fever blisters) make you feel self-conscious. Certain treatments can help shorten the duration of symptoms of cold sores, when used at the first sign of an outbreak. Other treatments can relie ... Read on »
Kim's progress by thepinkribbonshop Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 12:00am I need to post more often, because I can't keep everything that's happening in my head for too long! As mentioned in my last post, I was started on an oral chemotherapy agent called Xeloda a few weeks ago. Two weeks on, two weeks off. Even though Dr. Green seemed very thorough about what to expect as far as side effects, I forgot to ask her ... Read on »
Friday’s COPD Newsletter from COPD Support, Inc. by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 16 Jul 2010 10:52am Volume 10, Issue 33 July 16, 2010 Joan Costello, Editor   Various threads on our lists recently concerned food. The acidic content of fruit, hot spicy foods, dairy products, etc. Here’s what the experts have to say. By Jane E. Brody: Though much is suspected, relatively little is known about the health effects ... Read on »
Oooooh…..My Big Sexy Lips! by BPChicks Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 10:49pm Hey, guys. I’m copying this from my other blog because I know how much WN enjoys reading about my embarrassing moments. …..UM Like millions of American women people, I have become image conscious by the massive onslaught of TV and magazine ads pushing us to look sexier, more youthful and exciting. There are creams, ... Read on »
Natural Treatments for Molluscum Contagiosum: Growing Viral Skin Infection in Children and Adults by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:47pm Molluscum contagiosum (MC) is a viral infection of the skin or occasionally of the mucous membranes. MC infects humans, other primates and kangaroos. The infecting virus is a DNA poxvirus called the molluscum contagiosum virus (MCV). There are 4 types of MCV, MCV-1 to -4, with MCV-1 being the most prevalent and MCV-2 seen usually in adults and ... Read on »
Adventures in lip augmentation by Dr. Robert O. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 1:03am Children of the 80's may remember the British Disco synth-pop group " Dead or Alive" who had a couple minor hits which live on indefinitely on classic rock stations featuring the 80's new-wave music. The lead singer of that group, Pete Burns, has been a walking billboard for what resembles body dysmorphic pathology (a psychiatric condition re. ... Read on »
How Luxurious Can Nude Lips Be? Too Faced Lip of Luxury Review by kajalcouture Posted Thu 28 Oct 2010 3:29pm In my constant quest for the perfect lipstick, I came across the Too Faced Lip of Luxury line of lipsticks. These lipsticks claim to be champagne-infused, creamy, shiny lipcolors that help smoothen the appearance of fine lines in the lips. This lipstick had me at hello the shiny diamond-like stone on the top of the lipstick cap: The shade I tri ... Read on »
My Most Popular Search Term: “Lip Cancer” by Ron Sparks Posted Mon 30 May 2011 1:12am "Lip Cancer" is my most popular search term If there were a content on the most popular search terms that land results on Binarybiker.com. the term “lip cancer” would be the clear winner – with over seven (7) times the hit relevancy than any other term.  This is my SEO claim to fame: lip cancer.  Apparently, many people with mouth sores ... Read on »
How to treat jellyfish stings. Dr. Emily Altman, dermatologist NJ by DrEmilyAltman Posted Mon 29 Aug 2011 11:42am Jellyfish (also known as jellies or sea jellies or Medusozoa, phylum Cnidaria) are free-swimming, non-aggressive, gelatinous marine animals surrounded by trailing tentacles. These tentacles are covered with thousands of tiny barbed stingers. These stingers contain sacs (nematocysts) that are filled with poison (venom) that can cause a painful t ... Read on »