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My Bike Crash and Road Rash Pics by Jeff Irvin Patient Expert Posted Sat 19 Feb 2011 6:05pm Annie and I signed up to do the Humble Lions Club Charity ride this morning.  She was doing the 25miler and I was going to do the 55miler. About 1000 people were signed up for this ride and it was only 15 minutes from the house so it was on roads I know like the back of my hand.  Started off as a good morning - Good coffee, good bagel, good parki ... Read on »
Inner Thigh Rash by Shilah C. Azib Posted Sat 30 Jan 2010 9:45am What causes of inner thigh rash? Rashes on any part of the body create a feeling of uneasiness for the individual. There are many types of rashes. The cause of the inner thigh rash is the fungal infection called as Jock Itch or tinea cruris. This particular fungal infection is found in the groin region of the human body. For the gro ... Read on »
Beat Cold Winter Dry Skin Blues -- Exfoliating Salt Glow & Body Polish Treatment Leaves Your Skin Soft & Hydrated by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 07 Jan 2011 3:50pm Benefits of a Salt Glow - Body Polish Treatment for Dry Winterized Skin Each winter season, Healthy Being Wellness Center caters to our our Florida visitors and winter guests - as we call them "snow birds." Many Northerners flock like birds to the warm, sunny and sandy beaches of the West Coast of Florida. While on vacation to St Peter ... Read on »
Jewelweed for your bites, stings and rashes by Danielle Charles-Davies Posted Thu 16 Jun 2011 5:56pm « Inspiration short #17: Walk Barefoot Two ways with Radishes » June 16, 2011 by Danielle Charles In winter when I dream of  summer days, I’m quite sure those dreams don’t contain biting insects, rash inducing plants or sunburns.  It’s the nature of me ... Read on »
How to Treat Road Rash by RollinThunder Facebook Posted Fri 27 May 2011 9:00am My workout for Thursday got cancelled overnight we had a huge wind storm blow in and I literally thought I was one of the three little pigs with the wolf trying to blow my house down. At one point I did get up to check and see if there was a tornado bearing down on us. The wind was just blowing that hard. I cancelled my ride at 7:00 a.m. be ... Read on »
Well, the winter ruination of ch ... by Sensationally Red Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:00am Well, the winter ruination of childhood has been forestalled with the overnight seasonal arrival of 3 inches of nice white fluffy snow and temperatures maintained below 30 degrees. It was a beautiful morning with blue skis and the grey-edged puff-ball white winter clouds; my favorite cloud variety for January. I had tentatively planned to use ... Read on »
Rash or Athlete's Foot Fungus? by Dr. Marybeth Crane Facebook Posted Tue 28 Jan 2014 5:29pm Around 70% of the population will suffer from athlete’s foot at some time in their lifetime! Athlete's foot is the layman’s term used for tinea pedis, which is a very common skin condition that usually affects the sole of the foot and the skin between the toes. It is usually a scaly, red, itchy eruption and occasionally may be weepy and oozing. I ... Read on »
WHAT APPEARS IN WINTER AND DISAPPEARS IN SPRING ? by Carolyn C. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 6:31pm Left : Normal skin; Right : Keratosis Pilaris As you who follow my blog know it's about this time of the year when I'm confined indoors by the harsh Chicago winters that I come down with a malady I have dubbed the "epatoozies " which is what we Southerners use to label things when we don't know what it is. An angry red rash that resemb ... Read on »
Death of The Winter Shoes...goodbye my beloved adiStar Revolts! (Everlast Wrist Weight Review & Adidas adiStar Review) by NerdExercises Posted Mon 28 Feb 2011 12:00am These are the shoes after approximately 500 miles on them (~150 in December, ~170 in January, and ~170 in February).  I slipped a few times in these shoes over the past 3 months, but I would blame solid sheets of ice, general klutziness, or a dog for the falls, not the shoes.  I would recommend w ... Read on »
Give Your Skin Relief from the Winter Weather by Duane P. Patient Expert Posted Tue 22 Dec 2009 4:49am Whether you spend the winter hibernating inside or braving the chill of the great outdoors, chances are your skin is suffering during the coldest months of the year. For people with lupus who may already be dealing with photosensitivity, skin rashes or lesions, and side effects from medication, winter's freezing temperatures, low humidity, and wi ... Read on »