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Red, Itchy Rash? by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Mon 06 Aug 2012 10:02pm NIH News in Health You’ve probably had a rash at some point or another, whether from poison ivy or the chickenpox or something more unusual. Why does your skin break out in red blotches like that? More important, is there anything you can do about it? We often think of the skin as a barrierit keeps the insides of o ... Read on »
Winterization by Gretchen P. Posted Thu 29 Dec 2011 7:45am Don’t let the outrageously mild weather and distinct lack of snow fool you. Christmas has come and gone, I’ve busted open my under-bed storage bins full of sweaters (closet space is quite the commodity in my room), and our gas bill is already climbing its way to “astronomical”: Winter is here. I actually really like winter. It ... Read on »
Uneven, itchy and skin too small.... by Kathleen L. Posted Tue 17 Aug 2010 11:00am "Life is short, the art long, opportunity fleeting, experience treacherous, judgement difficult." Aphorisms-Hippocrates   "Mama can you pat me on the other shoulder?" "What?" "My other shoulder...you need to pat it." "Umm..Why?"  "Because you patted this one..now you HAVE to pat the other one-to make it even!" "Even." "Y ... Read on »
Allergies in Children and Treatment Options by Cascia T. Posted Wed 26 Feb 2014 1:42pm  With spring just around the corner, allergy season will soon be upon us.  Our kids will be spending more time outdoors as soon as the temperatures go up. It is important that parents are aware of outdoor allergies, their signs, symptoms and treatment options. Outdoor allergies, also sometimes referred to as seasonal allergic rhinitis, or ... Read on »
Answers to the Most Common Health Questions by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Sep 2014 10:27pm                 Author unknown but provided to us by Priscilla Diffie-Couch, E.d. D Dr. Priscilla Diffie-Couch is my wife’s cousin and the health advisor to the entire Diffie family.  Priscilla stays on top of the latest research and provides all of us with updates on a regular basis.  Recently she sent the information you are about to re ... Read on »
red itchy blotches on palms, wrists, ankles and feet by david h. Posted Sun 17 Jan 2010 6:34am i have suffered from this condition for quite a while now and as the past year it has got intolerably worse... it starts off small itchy red spots and then turns into a coin size spot which swell feel raw and also feel very warm, to the point were i cannot walk because of the pain... can anyone help as i cannot seem to get this condition diagnosed ... Read on »
Healthy Moms Dictionary - Allergies by Cascia T. Posted Mon 30 Mar 2009 3:15pm Outdoor allergies, also sometimes referred to as seasonal allergic rhinitis, or hay fever can occur when allergens that are commonly found outdoors such as pollen, grass, and mold spores are inhaled into the nose and the lungs causing allergic reactions.Pollen and mold are the most common triggers for outdoor allergies. How Allergies Effect ... Read on »
Gluten-free Diet for Runners: The Missing Link Or The Latest Fad? by runnersconnect Posted Mon 03 Feb 2014 5:45am The gluten-free diet has taken off in recent years and instead of being viewed as nutrition therapy for a handful of medical conditions, it may inadvertently be the new “fad diet.” I don’t want to use that term in a negative way because the gluten-free diet is a well-researched, generally healthful, and medically necessary diet for individu ... Read on »
Here We Go Again by d.o.ctor Posted Sat 30 Jul 2011 9:00am Another year of medical school, another post about packing up and moving. I've said good-bye to the pre-clinical years, and I'm saying hello to the clinical phase of my education. After filling numerous cardboard boxes and trash bags with stuff in a cramped city apartment in the middle of a blazing hot summer with no air conditioning, everything ... Read on »
35 Symptoms of Perimenopause: Dry, Itchy Skin by Magnolia Miller Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 19 Jan 2010 10:00pm One of the most bizarre manifestations of my hormonal chaos has been the itches.  Everything itched.  And I mean EVERYTHING.  But, mostly, my head. My scalp has always given me trouble.  Meaning, I’ve always had itchy scalp.  Not dandruff.  Not psoriasis.  Just itchy scalp.  Particularly if I didn’t wash my hair regularly.  Gross, I kn ... Read on »