The Common Causes of Shoulder Pain

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Every year, more than 4 million Americans deal with some kind of shoulder issue. Sometimes, it’s easy to diagnose the issue, such as in the case of a separation, dislocation or a sprain. But in other cases, a person may be dealing with chronic shoulder pain while not having any idea of what the root… Read more »

A Potential Alternative to Shoulder Surgery

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The shoulders, arms and wrists are some of the most common areas where adults suffer from chronic pain. When this pain continues for a long enough time and continues to get worse, surgery is a common solution. But it’s not always the best solution for everyone. Some patients may have some anxiety about going under… Read more »

Regenerative Medicine: An Alternative to Knee Surgery

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There’s a good chance that you’ll deal with someone kind of knee injury or chronic knee issue in your life. As many as 25% of adults deal with serious knee pain in a given year. Your knees are very important for your mobility, which makes them important for your ability to exercise, and thus your… Read more »

What Are Regenerative Medicine Treatments?

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The human body is a miraculous thing. When you hurt yourself or get sick with a cold, it heals and in a few weeks’ time, it’s like nothing ever happened. However, the human body does have its limitations. While it will heal itself when you scrape your knee or cut your finger, it has a… Read more »

What Causes Male Pattern Baldness?

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At some point in their lives, most men will experience male pattern baldness. Some experience this early on, in their 20s or 30s, while others notice it in their 50s and 60s. No matter what age they are, though, male pattern baldness can lead to quite a bit of psychological distress. However, by understanding the… Read more »

How to Safely Remove Skin Tags

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About half of all U.S. adults have at least one skin tag—a small, noncancerous growth on the skin.  Skin tags can appear anywhere on the body, but are particularly common in places where the skin folds, such as the armpits, thighs, eyelid, and neck. They’re made up of skin cells, collagen fibers, nerve cells, fat,… Read more »

How to Manage Your Eczema

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Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a life-long skin condition often characterized by dry, red, itchy skin. Since eczema is a genetic condition, caused by a gene variation, it is currently impossible to cure. However, it can be treated and managed. By following certain life practices and treatment plans, you can get your eczema… Read more »

How to Safely Remove Skin Tags

About half of all U.S. adults have at least one skin tag—a small, noncancerous growth on the skin.  Skin tags can appear anywhere on the body, but are particularly common in places where the skin folds, such as the armpits, thighs, eyelid, and neck. They’re made up of skin cells, collagen fibers, nerve cells, fat,… Read more »

What Are the Most Common Causes of Knee Pain?

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Did you know that one in four American adults suffer from chronic knee pain? If you’re one of them, you know how agonizing knee pain can be. Plus, it can severely limit your mobility and daily life. But what causes so many people to suffer from knee pain, and what can you do about it?… Read more »

What’s the Difference Between Eczema and Psoriasis?

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If you’ve been experiencing patches of red, dry, itchy skin that comes and goes, you’re probably wondering what’s causing it. Two common possibilities are eczema and psoriasis. While the two conditions share common symptoms, they’re actually two distinct dermatological issues.  In this article, we’ll be explaining the difference between eczema and psoriasis, as well as… Read more »