Pardon My Geographic Tongue

Pardon My Geographic Tongue

A rare class of people exhibit a geographic tongue. Can anything be done about the loss of papillae manifesting this irregular appearance on the surface of your tongue?
May 14, 2018 by Kevin Williams
Here Are Clues A Patient Has Sjogren's

Here Are Clues A Patient Has Sjögren’s

When eyes are so dry they hurt and vision is blurred, it is wise to see an eye care professional. This article outlines some of the rare symptoms of Sjögren’s syndrome.
What Drum Beats Only Loud Enough For You To Hear?

What Drum Beats Only Loud Enough For You To Hear?

Your personal percussionists beat loud enough to entertain and inform you. What stops the music?
March 27, 2018 by Kevin Williams
Sjögren’s Syndrome: Pain Beyond Tears

Sjögren’s Syndrome: Pain Beyond Tears

People with Sjögren’s syndrome are confused with those having dry eye syndrome. If it was just dry eyes or diminished tears, Sjögren’s syndrome might be treated solely with eye drops. Learn how Sjögren’s affects multiple organs.
February 05, 2018 by Kevin Williams
Limits of Cosmetic and Facial Reconstruction

Limits of Cosmetic and Facial Reconstruction

Sometimes the end result of constructive surgery can only be appreciated when compared to the initial anomaly.
January 09, 2018 by Kevin Williams
Drink Away Vertigo With Water

Drink Away Vertigo With Water

Disequilibrium can bemuse vertigo sufferers for hours, days or longer, often accompanied by nausea, sensitivity to light and sound. Discover how something as simple as water can provide relief.
December 27, 2017 by Kevin Williams
It’s Dysautonomia — Not Laziness

It’s Dysautonomia — Not Laziness

Dysautonomia means dysregulation of the autonomic nervous system. Learn how it affects digestive, skeletal, respiratory and cardiovascular systems.
October 01, 2017 by Kevin Williams