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The Top 10 Causes of Eyelid Twitches and How To Cure Them [Because Everybody Twitches. REM missed the boat.] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 May 2013 12:51am When I thought this was makeup I thought it was crazy cool but when I found out it was a tattoo all I could think about is how painful and dangerous getting your eyeLIDS tattooed would me. I mean, one wrong slip with the needle and you’re blinded! Or you just got free Lasik! This morning I spent several minutes staring intently at my ... Read on »
10 Causes of Eye Twitching by Kodjoworkout Posted Sat 25 Aug 2012 11:00am Our eyes are among some of the most important parts of our body. However, our eyes are also prone to several kinds of eye diseases, particularly if we do not take necessary measures to take good care of them. While some of these diseases are unnoticeable to others, one anno ... Read on »
Eyelid considerations in older adults by Brian Wolstenholme Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sun 12 Jul 2009 12:56am From Geriatric Pharmacy Intern, Yesenia Martinez PharmD(c), Nova Southeastern University, College of Pharmacy The eyelids of older adults can present with a multitude of conditions ranging from mild inflammation that resolves on its own to potentially fatal diseases. The following paragraphs discuss very briefly and in very general terms ... Read on »
Me and AJ another photoshoot, How to fix eye twitches using rubber hairbands, and inventory! by Strapples Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Nov 2010 12:00am A world of swirling light. and me and AJ are in it! Well looks like Mike Patnode went a bit crazy with the camera last night but I like the 10 pictures he snapped off so I decided to throw them up on my Flickr account. He has one over here me and AJ as always had a lot of fun last night doing o ... Read on »
A Few Herbs in Review - ‘Specially for You Newcomers by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 7:18am I notice my RSS subscription number has about quadrupled in the last few months (I think there’s nearly 400 of you last time I looked), so I wanted to do a quick overview for new readers. This isn’t comprehensive, just a few tidbits for your reading pleasure. Soon, there will be a companion website where all this stuff is organized, but t ... Read on »
Some Light Reading and Good Dinner Conversation by Trisha Torrey Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Wed 18 Feb 2009 11:47am Lest you think patient advocacy is all about sticking up for yourself through doom and gloom, I thought I’d share this piece from Prevention Magazine.  I enjoyed it, and learned something from this baker’s dozen of tips. Maybe you’ll learn something, too: Why do we laugh until we cry? Why do onions make us tear up? Why do our join ... Read on »
Diagnosis: Type 2 Diabetes. Now What? by Lara K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 26 Mar 2009 3:03pm March 9th, 2009 will forever go down in my life history as the day my health kicked my ass. No, I’m not dying. I’m actually feeling more alive and motivated and inspired than ever before in my near 32 years. A Little Back Story Two days prior to the “Day of Dawn” for me, I’d been sitting at my desk and noticed that my left hand had these we ... Read on »
Features of ME/CFS by Andrea P. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:29pm Commonly, a previously fit and active person becomes ill after a sudden infection. Other triggers include vaccinations, surgery, organophosphate pesticides, toxins, major trauma, stress, severe emotional upset and pregnancy. Sometimes a person will gradually decline in health with no precipitating event. In these cases the individual ... Read on »
The Living Slide Show by Dr. Virginia S. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 4:34am "Here it comes, here it comes, oh boy it's starting now." What caused this daily prediction was what I called a "wave" of symptoms which put me into utter misery. My ears rang loudly and my eyes blurred, my lips were parched, while my hands got a dry, shrinking feeling and there was generalized muscle bunching. My facial muscles clumped up and ... Read on »
2010: Favorite Neutral Eyeshadow by Mayaari Posted Fri 17 Dec 2010 12:00am I am so happy that it's Friday again! I have lots to do this weekend - the last of my Christmas shopping, wrapping presents, finishing up Christmas cards, cleaning up the apartment - but tonight I think I'll enjoy the fact that I can do all of those things on Saturday, spend the night relaxing as much as possible. Therapeutic eye mask will be in ... Read on »