Free STD Testing: 3 Tests For Diagnosing Herpes

Posted on: 17 September 2015

Although there's commonly a negative stigma associated with herpes, herpes is actually much more widespread than most people believe. It affects more than one out of six people between the ages of 14 and 49 in the U.S. If you believe that you have symptoms of herpes, it's important to get tested right away, so that you can begin treating the STD immediately. With the right treatment, herpes is a manageable disease.
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What You Should Know About Immunotherapy And Stinging Insect Allergies

Posted on: 1 September 2015

If you've been diagnosed with a stinging insect allergy, it's important that you are proactive about both avoiding the hazard and treating the condition if you're exposed. In addition to providing avoidance tips and a sting kit to treat allergic reactions, your allergist may also recommend immunotherapy. Often referred to as 'allergy shots,' immunotherapy can provide you with long-term management of stinging insect allergies. Here's a look at the basics of immunotherapy to help you decide if it's right for you.
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4 Strategies To Eliminate A Double Chin

Posted on: 27 August 2015

If you hate having a double chin and want to resolve the problem, consider various strategies that may help. Some individuals have good luck getting rid of their double chin by doing specific exercises. You also have the option of liposuction or a less invasive cosmetic procedure that reduces fat under the chin.  Strategies to Eliminate That Double Chin Losing Weight A double chin is typically caused by a layer of fat under the skin.
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Exercise Isn't Always Best: When To Take It Easy During Pregnancy

Posted on: 10 August 2015

When you get pregnant, one of the first things you're likely to hear from your midwife or obstetrician is to keep your exercise routine up. In most cases, exercise is a good thing during pregnancy, but there are some cases where it isn't necessarily safe. Here are some of the most common reasons why your care provider might suggest that you either skip or minimize your exercise routine until your baby is born.
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