How Your Diet And Health May Be Affecting Your Psoriasis
2 February 2016
Living with psoriasis can be painful, uncomfortable, and embarrassing; however, there are ways to reduce the common symptoms this skin disorder causes. Many people turn to medications and ointments for help, but what you may not realize is that your weight could be causing your symptoms to worsen. Losing weight and keeping your body at an average weight might actually help your psoriasis symptoms go away or at least lessen.
4 Things You Need To Know About Halo Moles
14 January 2016
Normal moles tend to look the same over time, but in some cases, they can evolve and become halo moles. Here are four things you need to know about halo moles.
What are the signs of halo moles?
Halo moles aren't usually painful, so you'll need to do a visual inspection of your skin to notice their presence. If you develop halo moles, you'll notice that one or more of your existing moles has developed a depigmented (lighter than the rest of your skin) ring of tissue around it.
Finding Success With A Family-Owned Pharmacy
30 December 2015
Patients today are looking for more personalized service when it comes to their doctors as well as their pharmacists. Technology has taken away the more personal side of medicine, so smaller, family-owned pharmacies make a great alternative for people who are looking for a business that cares about them and their well-being. If you already own a small family pharmacy, or if you've considered starting your own, here are a few tips to help you become successful.
3 Potential Causes Of Painful Gingival Lesions
14 December 2015
Gingival lesions are open, blister-like sores that form on the soft tissue of your gums due to an underlying medical issue. The lesions can cause discomfort and threaten the health of the nearby teeth. Call your dentist as soon as gingival lesions for proper diagnosis and immediate treatment as at least one of the causes can prove fatal without intervention.
What are a few of the potential causes of gingival lesions – and how can your dentist help?