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Tiny Red Bumps Effects by estertey Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Apr 2011 12:36am I applied the Murad Post Acne Gel last night and I am starting to have this tiny red bumps again which I am really annoyed. These red spots will go away after my skin starts to exfoliate and I am starting to feel that my skin will start to exfoliate anytime. it will take about 2 to 3 days for my skin to go back to it's normal appearance but w ... Read on »
Keratosis Pilaris: The Little Red Bumps that Could by Nicki Z. Patient Expert Posted Thu 08 Jul 2010 7:23am Could be making you miserable, that is.  According to Dr. Nili Alai, M.D. FAAD , keratosis pilaris affects up to 40% of the adult population and 50-8 ... Read on »
Beauty Q & A: What Are These Red Bumps On My Arms? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 Jun 2006 7:52pm This post has been moved to the all new Beauty Brains . Please see the article at it's new location, the skincare section of the Beauty Brains. Read on »
More EDITS!>>>Reactions to 2nd round of packets by Drew's Mommy Posted Tue 14 Jul 2009 12:00am I need to list the reactions to this round of packets. WHEW, this isn't easy and I'm very afraid of next month. Day 1- very fussy pm Day 2- fussy all day Day 3- fussy all day and canker sore on inside of bottom lip Day 4- woke up moaning, fever, night terror during nap, didn't sleep through the night Day 5- fussy again, irritable, not wan ... Read on »
The Tongue – Illuminated Nerve Endings by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 24 Mar 2009 3:57pm Interesting technology here to illuminate the tongue and see where all the nerve ending are located, so now we can see where and how many we have and maybe next they can figure out how to make some food maybe taste better (grin)?  BD  Shown here are the gustatory nerves that populate the tongue. Scientists created the image by superimposing ... Read on »
What Your Tongue Says About Your Health by The Healthy Boy Posted Tue 18 May 2010 12:00am Ever wake up some mornings and see that you have a thick white layer of goop coating your tongue? Maybe you have some cracks or spots on your tongue that wont seem to go away? Well before you go shrugging it off as a result of the big night you had the night before, you may want to take a closer look, because we are just starting to figure out w ... Read on »
The Journey by Charmaine Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 17 Nov 2008 11:50pm This is the story of my life with food allergies. Well not my life exactly since I am actually the only one in this family without food allergies. When my oldest daughter (now 14) was a baby she had a milk allergy which made itself apparent every time daddy snuck her a finger full of ice cream or cake frosting. She would break out in tiny li ... Read on »
Can stress cause hives and what else causes them? by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Nov 2008 8:41pm Attention. If you’ve got hives bad enough that your tongue and mouth are bigger or if you can’t seem to catch, get to a doctor immediately! Also, if hives persist longer than seven days or so, go see your doctor. They are little red bumps on your skin that itch like crazy. Some people describe it as a bunch of bees having a party in there. The ... Read on »
Will Eating Red Meat Kill You? by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 14 Mar 2012 9:22am This is another special guest post from our favorite study-dismantler, Denise Minger . Read all of her previous Mark’s Daily Apple articles here , here , here and here , pay her website a visit, and stay tuned for her upcoming book “Death by Food Pyramid” due out later this year. We’re already 74 days into the new year, which can only mean ... Read on »
Common Childhood Illnesses by just 4 families Patient Expert Posted Sat 09 Oct 2010 3:51am As parents, you do whatever you can to keep your children safe from sharp edges, toxic chemicals, moving vehicles and dangerous foods. While child-proofing your home is a good way to start, it won't protect your child from catching germs in the air or that are transferred through touch. While some illnesses can actually boost your child's immu ... Read on »