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Updated Patient Letters 2013 by Dr. Steve Nenninger Naturopathic Doctor Posted Thu 18 Apr 2013 7:22pm FYI...our son is doing great......fistula still closing....75% filled in. He has tons of energy, very focused and happy.  The LIJ and Winthrop Dr. told us last year this couldn't be done on food and diet alone. Remicade only. I knew then they were wrong.   Thank you Dr. Nenninger for saving our sons future!  ________ __________   Dr ... Read on »
How to make the skin clear and get rid of scars and blemishes and dark spots? {Skin Care} by Perfectskincare C. Facebook Posted Tue 27 Aug 2013 2:30pm So, last week I had left you with the post on melanin production . So, in that post, I had specifically mentioned that you can do nothing to lighten your skin color but you can always keep your skin clear and avoid from getting tanned. So, how to go about doing that? Sunscreen This is the first and foremost principle for any ... Read on »
Dr. Emily Altman’s answer to “Will dark spots on my skin fade?” by DrEmilyAltman Posted Sun 01 Jan 2012 3:27pm Most of the time dark spots or brown spots left after trauma or a burn to the skin are not permanent, although sometimes they can last a long time. Dark spots (post inflammatory hyperpigmentation) on the face after acne How long they last depends on a number of factors: how much pigment there is in the skin initially. Post-in ... Read on »
Education Might Help Kidney Recipients Spot Skin Cancer by HealthFinder Posted Mon 21 Feb 2011 12:00pm healthnewslink Transplant patients should be taught about their higher risk, how to detect, researchers say. ... Read on »
The Skin Spot by Abby White Patient Expert Posted Thu 17 Nov 2011 12:00am Good Evening and Happy Thursday! I am always on the hunt for the miraculous skin care regime that is going to whisk away the pesky signs of aging.  Lucky for me, I met Kelli Webster the owner of the Skinspot here in Portland.  Kelli and I are in the same class at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition .  Kelli and I get togeth ... Read on »
Laser Skin Tightening by Jennifer D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 2:49am Now, there is a way to achieve a “non-surgical facelift” with minimal pain, no down time, and a fraction of the cost of plastic surgery. Actively turn back the clock on aging skin using light energy to stimulate new collagen growth deep beneath your skin’s surface. It is an ideal solution to enhance your youthful and healthy appearance without su ... Read on »
Anti Aging and Skin Care - Why does the Skin Wrinkle? by franklinb Posted Wed 15 Jul 2009 8:07pm The aging process begins when we enter the world and the effects of aging are evident in our bodies through out our lives. Beginning in our 20's, the signs of aging start to become noticeable. Genetically programmed chronologic aging causes changes in collagen and elastin, the connective tissues that supply firmness and elasticity to the skin. Th ... Read on »
What Are These Bumps on My Skin? Explanation by Celebrity Esthetician Renée Rouleau by Shannon N. Posted Wed 02 Nov 2011 8:30am I don’t know about you, but I’m kind of a hypochondriac when it comes to my skin. I’ve known too many people who’ve had melanoma or some sort of skin cancer, developed Lupus or some other skin ailment that reveals itself slowly but surely as small brown spots or flesh colored bumps. I’ve found myself looking in the mirror asking myself, what ... Read on »
Getting Ready for -- and Recovering from -- Skin Peels by Health&Fitness GuideforDummies Posted Fri 24 Apr 2009 7:22am Preparation for a skin peel depends mainly on the type of skin you have and will ultimately be decided by your doctor. Fair-skinned people may not need to be treated before peeling. If you have skin of color, however, then you're at increased risk of developing dark spots following your peel. In this case, a pretreatment regimen including glycoli ... Read on »
Women’s Health Week - Effects Of “Normal” Aging by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Mon 10 May 2010 10:29am Women’s Health.gov Normal age-related decline affects most of our body’s organs and systems. How and when this happens is different for each of us. It depends on many factors, including our genes, lifestyle, and health history. Brain Brain structure changes with age, the effects of which are unclear. Healthy older ... Read on »