A Bit More Healthy publishes health and human anatomy issues people need to know about, but often avoid discussing publicly.
Despite disposal of needles and diligent sanitation of most hospital surfaces, many patients develop secondary infections and medical complications.
Too much heat, either too quickly or over an extended period of time, may prevent our bodies from efficiently cooling through perspiration.
Opioids quickly address both emotional and physical response to pain. Whatever alternative treatment offered should do the same.
This autoimmune system disorder may go undetected for months or years with symptoms ranging from mild to aggressive attacks on skin and internal organs.
Should you become a cosmetologist or barber? With much less training, a barber can earn the same, if not more, than the average hairstylist.
When a doctor looks at your hands, he may see more than what you care to admit. That seemingly insignificant white crescent shape on your fingernails has an important function....
During damp weather, we shut windows, close drapes, fire up the heater, and get cozy. Then begin sneezing, headaches, dizziness, chest pains, and strange odors.
DermNet lists 130+ skin signs of systemic disease. Table expands diagnosis beyond acne or eczema and symptomatic cutaneous inflammation.
Virus that causes oral cancer shares characteristics with cervical cancer. Learn how to recognize signs and prevent human papillomavirus.
Are you a business or homeowner considering professional remediation for water damage? Are you a renter trying to convince a landlord to properly treat mold and mildew? This comprehensive report...
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