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Managing Eczema

Eczema has got to be one of the most common skin condition we see in children. If you have children there is a very good chance that your child has had a bit of eczema growing up. 642 more words

Medical Conditions

Dealing with injury, weight gain and recovery time. 

So since mid February I’ve had this pain in my leg. At first I thought it was just tightness so I stretched and I stretched. One night in a pilates class I had this pain that shot up from the affected leg and all the way down to the other foot. 538 more words

Products That Got Me Through the Winter

Even though I live in Florida, it still gets cold (for us) and the wind can make it pretty chilly. In the last couple of years my oily skin have become prone to dehydration in the winter. 536 more words

History of Cortisone’s Discovery

It was Christmas Day in 1914 when the Mayo Clinic chemist Edward C. Kendall, PhD, first succeeded in isolating pure crystalline thyroxin using 6,500 pounds of hog thyroid glands, a success that would set him on the course for making one of the greatest discoveries in medicine in the last century. 1,083 more words


Guess who's back back back

Back again gain gain

I’m not feeling real lit at the moment, nor do I think I can write anything of quality. But  had another lumbar epidural this morning, with a different doc. 280 more words


Since my last post was a little negative…(ahem), I’ll try not to dissolve into a pity puddle today.

Due to my insurance change, none of my doctors (primary care, orthopedic & pain management) are in network now. 145 more words