Common Myths About Breast Augmentation Surgery

Posted on: 10 May 2017
According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, nearly 280,000 breast augmentation surgeries were performed in 2015. If you're considering the surgery, you might be concerned about some of the horror stories you heard from friends and family, or read on the internet. However, before you believe everything you read or hear, it's important to learn that most of the information floating around about breast augmentation procedures simply' isn't true. Here are a few of the most common myths associated with breast augmentation surgery:
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If A Friend Or Companion Gets Stung By A Bee, Follow These Tips

Posted on: 10 May 2017
Bee and wasp stings are a fact of life. If you have not been stung yet, it's probably only a matter of time before you are. And the same goes for your friends! Since some people are highly allergic to stinging insects (and the experience is painful for everyone) it's important that you know what to do if one of your companions gets stung by a bee. Start by following these tips.
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Three Natural Ways To Supplement Your Osteoporosis Treatment

Posted on: 10 May 2017
If you're a post-menopausal woman who has been diagnosed with osteoporosis, it's important to follow your doctor's orders as far as medications are concerned. Modern drugs have done a lot of osteoporosis; there are some that help keep the bones from becoming more brittle and others that even increase bone density. But while these medications offer excellent results, there's always room for improvement. Here are three natural ways to supplement your postmenopausal osteoporosis treatments.
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Recently Diagnosed With Gout? What Can You Do To Reduce Foot And Ankle Pain?

Posted on: 9 May 2017
If you've recently been diagnosed with gout, a condition in which uric acid can build up in the bloodstream, causing the formation of painful and potentially debilitating uric acid crystals in your foot and ankle joints, you may be wondering what you can do to reduce this pain. Lower body joint pain can significantly restrict your movement, leaving you unable to exercise and therefore at greater risk of gaining weight and aggravating your gout even further.
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