Two Conditions You Didn't Know You Could Treat Using Botox

Posted on: 23 October 2017

Botox is a well-known beauty treatment generally used to help smooth out lines and wrinkles. But did you know this medication can be used to treat several serious diseases? If you suffer from one or both of the following conditions, consider asking your doctor about using Botox to treat it. Migraines Migraines are more than simple headaches. This condition is characterized by severe head pain and may be accompanied by auditory and visual hallucinations and disturbances.
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Understanding Some Information About Thread Lifts

Posted on: 13 September 2017

If you have a variety of wrinkles and patches of sagging skin on your face, then you may be considering a full face lift. However, the traditional type of lift does come with its risks, possible side effects, scarring, and long healing times. If you want to try a less invasive procedure to see if it provides you with the look you desire, then keep reading to learn a little more about a thread lift.
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Reasons That An In-Patient Drug Treatment Program Is Better Than Going Cold Turkey Yourself

Posted on: 13 September 2017

Many drug addicts have had success using the cold-turkey method of getting off their substance of choice. Locking yourself in your home and gritting it out is one way to get off drugs, and while you may be able to do so using this method, there's little doubt that it can be difficult. If you're thinking about going cold turkey, you may wish to consider looking up some in-patient drug treatment programs in your state and considering this method instead.
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Concussion And Your Child

Posted on: 4 September 2017

If your child participates in contact sports, it is possible that he or she will receive a concussion at some point. A concussion occurs when a physical impact causes the brain to hit the inside of your child's skull on the initial impact, then hit the skull again as the brain rebounds from the impact. Here are three important things that you need to know about concussions and your child to ensure proper diagnosis and recovery in the future.
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