Technically speaking, anybody who is balding is a good candidate for a hair transplant. However, other options should always be considered first. The important factor is determining what the factor of hair loss in a patient is likely to be. Transplanted hair never falls out, but the hair that is still there naturally will continue to get lost. (more…)


A lot of people don’t want to part with their money until they know they will get good value back for it, and this is an excellent approach. Hence, before you decide to have porcelain veneers, you may want to find out whether they are actually worth it, particularly considering you will be paying thousands for them. There is no simple yes or no answer to this question, however, as it all depends on the current state of your own teeth and gums. Luckily, none of this is overly complicated. (more…)


Age-Related Macular Degeneration Symptoms

June 16, 2014
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Age-related macular degeneration is also known as ARMD or AMD. It is the most common condition that causes loss of sight in people over 50. It is a gradual condition that damages central vision, although peripheral vision is unaffected. It does not cause complete blindness. Progression can be several months or several years and there [...]

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Pros and Cons For Lip Augmentation

May 27, 2014
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A lot of women are considering having plastic surgery to get plum and sexy lips. There are different ways to achieve this, so before you decide it is for you, you should look into the different procedures before you choose the one that is right for you. You also need to consider the pros and [...]

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Are WiFi Networks Dangerous For Our Health?

May 23, 2014
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A lot of people are worried that WiFi networks are bad for our health. They believe this because these networks use the same radio frequencies as microwaves, and we all know we need to be protected from their radiation. The reality is, however, that there is absolutely no danger. In fact, have you ever had [...]

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How To Handle A Bee Sting

May 19, 2014
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When a bee stings you, their venom is injected into your skin through their stinger. Some stingers do not have barbs on them, which means they can be retracted and the insect lives on. However, bees have barbed stingers, which means that the insect actually dies. Generally speaking, bee stings are simply uncomfortable. However, around [...]

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Lifestyle Restrictions for Epilepsy Sufferers

May 16, 2014
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Epilepsy is a life-limiting neurological condition. People who have the condition suffer from seizures, which is when their brain goes through a disruption in normal activities. Not every seizure is an epileptic fit, however. In order to be diagnosed, someone needs to have had at least two seizures that were caused without any provocation.

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Ways To Handle Priapism

May 12, 2014
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Priapism is a condition whereby men suffer from persistent erections, which can be highly painful. These erections last for at least four hours, and no sexual stimulation lies at its cause. People who have this condition find that blood becomes trapped in the penis, meaning it is unable to drain. If no treatment is provided, [...]

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Most Common Pregnancy Cravings

May 5, 2014
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Pregnant women all over the world get cravings. It is one of those things that simply comes with the territory and is generally enjoyed, unless the cravings are really weird (like chalk, coal or soap; although this can mean a more significant problem is present). Cravings are different from desires, as they are far stronger. [...]

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How is Diverticulitis Diagnosed?

May 2, 2014
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Diverticulitis is very difficult to diagnose. This is because diverticulitis symptoms often appear to be something completely different, including irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Most of the time, if diverticulitis is believed to be present, a physician will first order some blood tests, which is mainly to determine whether conditions such as coeliac disease aren’t actually [...]

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