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The Pros And Cons Of Using A Vaginal Insert For Vaginal Moisturizer Cream

If you are experiencing vaginal dryness, your doctor or gynecologist may recommend that you use a natural vaginal moisturizer cream from a place like Bring On The Magic llc. As you shop for this cream, you will notice that it is available in two different forms. One is a lotion form. You squirt the lotion or cream on your hand and then use your fingers to apply it to your vagina and vulva. Read More 

Answering Your Frequently Asked Questions About Corneal Refractive Therapy

It is not uncommon to hear about people undergoing surgery in order to reduce dependence on glasses and contacts, questions about corneal refractive therapy remain. Corneal refractive therapy may be an answer to your eye problems. Here are a few common questions and answers about the therapy: How Does Corneal Refractive Therapy Work? Corneal refractive therapy reshapes the cornea with a specific type of lens, allowing you to see without the lenses for a period of time. Read More 

How To Minimize Swelling After A Rhinoplasty Procedure

If you have a cosmetic procedure like a rhinoplasty or nose job scheduled, then you will need to speak with your cosmetic surgery specialist about the types of things you will need to do both before and after the surgery. Aftercare is extremely important. You may not know this, but you are expected to see swelling for several months up to an entire year after your nose procedure is completed. If you want to see good results from your procedure as soon as possible, then you should try to reduce swelling as much as you can. Read More 

Doctor, Doctor Give Me The News! How Your Doctor Should Deliver Bad News

A family doctor is one that you see for urgent care, preventative care, and short-term medical treatments. If, in the course of conducting some tests, your family doctor discovers something indicative of a major health issue, he or she is required to tell you. Here is how your doctor should deliver bad news, and how you can help him/her with that difficult task. NOT Over The Phone Gone are the days when doctors can avoid a face-to-face situation and just call the patient with bad news. Read More 

Dealing with Chronic Pain? 3 Strategies for Welcome Relief

Chronic pain is a problem shared by a growing number of Americans each year. In fact, according to statistics published by the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), pain currently affects one of every four, a number that adds up to slightly more than 76 million members of the population. Chronic pain also has a financial impact because it interferes with the ability to hold permanent employment and is now recognized as the leading cause of long-term disability. Read More