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Forget the Aloe, Sunburn Pain Secret Unlocked by Scientists by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted Thu 07 Jul 2011 12:00am Forget the Aloe, Sunburn Pain Secret Unlocked by Scientists The days of slathering aloe vera gel on a blistering sunburn may be over. Scientists have identified a new molecule that controls sunburn pain – a discovery that could lead to finding a cure to this common summer discomfort. In the summer when the skin is exposed to long ... Read on »
Scientists ID Molecule Behind Sunburn Pain by Medline Plus Posted Mon 05 Aug 2013 4:00pm Finding could lead to better sunblock products, researchers say Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Page: Sun Exposure Read on »
Monday Medical News - Painful to Touch by Jamee .. Posted Mon 19 Apr 2010 6:55am I have always been baffled about the sensitivity to touch that seems to accompany fibromyalgia.  Personally, I don't deal with it all the time but in the time of a flare, even feeling my clothes against my skin can be unbearable. So I sought out to find some answers and came across this informative article on about.com  by one of the Fibromyalgia ... Read on »
11 Natural Soothers for Sunburn by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Fri 23 Jul 2010 4:34am Yes, we all know that lying out in the sun is just as bad for us as puffing cigarettes. That said, even the most sun-smart among us slip up every once in a while and come home from a day outside with red, inflamed skin. The unique pain of a sunburn leaves most of us willing to try just about anything to stop the hurt. All it takes is a walk d ... Read on »
Why I Keep Having Sex Despite the Pain by Esther Posted Sat 11 Sep 2010 9:28pm My vulvodynia started in October 2006, shortly after I started dating a guy I really liked. He was a Recently Divorced Mexican Neurologist (RDMN). We managed a few rounds of sex before he dumped me. Those first few times having sex with vulvodynia felt like having sex with a really full, really painful bladder. I tried it despite the pa ... Read on »
Rose Vinegar: My Favorite Sunburn Soother by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:15pm Rose vinegar is supremely easy to make and has about a million uses. Here’s how you make it: get yourself a jar, fill it about halfway with dried Rose petal or leaves, or all the way up with fresh petals and/or leaves. Fill to top with a high quality apple cider vinegar. Let infuse for at least two weeks, and preferably six weeks. A plastic lid w ... Read on »
Do You Have Chronic Back Pain? by Alice C. Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 4:59am Good Evening Everyone, I have back from a little time off. I've got a lot of stuff to share so I will get right to it. If you have chronic back pain or muscle weakness, it may be caused by something you never would have thought...a lack of VitaminD. Yes, that's correct. A vitaminD deficiency. According to the authors of this article, we i ... Read on »
Avoiding Back Pain This Summer by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Mon 27 Jun 2011 2:17pm It’s a disturbing estimate that somewhere between 60% and 90% of people will suffer some sort of back injury during their lifetime. It’s perhaps equally disturbing that many of these are somewhat preventable by simply making a few lifestyle changes and changes around the house. After all, it’s the summer time and you want to relax and enjoy ... Read on »
THE MOST UNUSUAL (YET SUPER-EFFECTIVE) WAYS TO TREAT A SUNBURN by kimmie1980ca Posted Sun 02 Jun 2013 9:33pm Got a little too much sun? It happens to all of us. And unfortunately, it often happens when we don’t have the usual array of sunburn-busters – like aloe vera or cocoa butter – on hand. Cue: pain, blisters, peeling skin, itchiness, burning… the works. Thankfully, the doctors themselves recommend a host of home remedies that are easily ... Read on »
Sunburn Treatment – What You Need to Know by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Oct 2012 8:41am For a while now, I've begun to envy guys who have jobs that require more brawn than brain. Meaning, like in construction and fire services – you get the drift. A real man's job, if you will… Better still, if it's a field job where I can toil as a man, in any given age would, in the sun. Even if it didn't bring in much, ... Read on »