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Nose job lessons by Carrie A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 03 Aug 2011 11:54pm I don't know if you've seen the headlines (the story has been making the rounds in the psychology circles for the past day or two), but a study just came out that looked at the relationship between body dysmorphic disorder and nose jobs. The study found that one-third of people who wanted a nose job for cosmetic reasons had moderate to severe sym ... Read on »
Ugly nose and face or Body Dysmorphic Disorder by David M. Posted Mon 03 Feb 2014 5:00am By David Joel Miller Can someone be too ugly to get a job or be loved? There is a group of people in our society who believe very deeply that there is something wrong with their body which makes them … Continue reading → Read on »
The Top 100 Things You Should Know About Anxiety Disorders by Paul Patient Expert Posted Wed 20 May 2009 11:29am Over the course of a decade you can learn a lot about anything.  You can become an expert at car repair, kitchen remodeling, hair styling, or in my case you can learn about all things anxiety.  Since 1999 I have been battling anxiety non-stop and as a result I’ve learned a thing or two about this topic. Many of my thoughts on this issue ... Read on »
The Endo Blog Welcomes A New Author - Timothy W. Haegen MD by Dr. Jason Hales Doctor of Dentistry Posted Fri 18 Oct 2013 2:19am The Endo Blog would like to welcome a new contributing author Dr. Timothy W. Haegen.  Dr. Haegen is a board certified Otolaryngologist (head and neck surgeon).  He is a specialist in treating adults and children with ear, nose and throat disorders and has special expertise in treating complex nasal and sinus disorders practicing at the Arizon ... Read on »
Dangerous Bacteria Can Lurk Inside Nose, Study Finds by Medline Plus Posted Wed 11 Dec 2013 12:00pm People who carry staph can transmit life-threatening infections in hospital setting Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Bacterial Infections , Nose Injuries and Disorders Read on »
Nasal Problems, Asymmetry Top Reasons for 2nd Nose Job by Medline Plus Posted Tue 21 Sep 2010 9:00am Common requests are to make nose tip symmetrical, improve breathing, study finds By Robert Preidt Tuesday, September 21, 2010 TUESDAY, Sept. 21 (HealthDay News) -- Breathing obstructions and dissatisfaction with the symmetry of the tip their nose are common reasons why people wa ... Read on »
Drixine Nasal Spray: The Faster Way to Relieve Clogged Nose by pehpot Posted Sun 09 Jan 2011 7:45pm I was not feeling well last week.. A not so good case of colds and runny nose. I have to finish my online job and it was almost midnight when I set for bed. I woke around 1 Am feeling really bad. Clogged nose... argh!! I spent an hour toss and turning.. and then I remembered the package sent to me: Drixine Nasal Spray: The Faster Way to Relieve C ... Read on »
Lupus nasal ulcers and a little annoying bump in the nose by Lupus Adventurer Posted Tue 18 Jun 2013 9:00pm Over the past few weeks, a running series of little nuisance lupus symptoms suddenly took an unexpected turn.  Lupus mouth and nasal ulcers are often the first sign of a brewing flare  These ulcers often last as long as the flare. The ulcers usually go away quickly if I can take prompt enough flare-evading steps.  Once erupted, pesky oral a ... Read on »
Nasal Surgery - No More Nose Splints by Nathan M. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 3:08pm Good evening everyone (and, if I didn't see you, good morning and good afternoon). I had my first post-operative appointment from my Nasal Septal Reconstruction. I arrived at 3:40 for my 3:45 appointment, and was sent back to the room at 4:45. The doctor came in shortly thereafter and said that it would be a quick procedure. He gave me so ... Read on »
Ailments Caused By Chemical Exposure by Jan Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 10:04pm Chemical exposure includes many varieties of substances, including biological agents, mineral dusts, nitrogen compounds, metals, pesticides, plastics, rubber, solvents, asphyxiates and sulfur compounds. Some of the more dangerous chemicals a person can be exposed to are as follows: 0. Ethylene glycol ether: A solvent used in heavy industry and ... Read on »