I agree w/AlyBee in that it's best to have your family physician or urologist take a peek at you. The problem w/infections is that antibiotics & antivirals are only available w/prescription and the physician must examine you
I'm not a dermatologist but the thing I would try to avoid is an steroid cream. These are available over-the-counter without a prescription as hydrocortisone. The problem is that these may thin out your skin and possible le
Cutting, Burning, Bruising, Breakingby
Karen (Director, S.A.F.E. Alternatives®)
“Teachers are in a very unique position because often times they’re going to be the first ones who notice this behavior. Kids tend to hide it m
A cup of coffee later and a call for a 39 year-old man with burns to his hands after he’d... for more information. As I drove towards the scene, I was updated and told that he now had burns to his face...
Good Home Remedies for an Itchy Scalpby
Methods of Healing
An itchy scalp can be caused by a number of different things. Dandruff, sunburn, psoriasis, eczema and others can lead to dryness, crusting, irritation, sores and uncomfortable embarrassment as well. Some of them will need
Burn, Burn, Burn Those Calories Up!by
Davalos & McCormack.
, when I was at the gym, I burned up 152 calories by working on the stairmaster for 20 minutes… Then I jumped on the rowing machine and burned up another 250 calories. Unfortunately, I thought I burned up 550 calories...
Yesterday I started itching. Itching everywhere. No rash or other symptoms except uncomfortable itching all over–my scalp, my back, my arms, legs, hands, feet. I thought it had gone away today as I spent most of the da