Monthly Archives September 2015

Tyra Banks And Chrissy Teigen Open Up About Fertility

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Having trouble conceiving a child can be absolutely devastating. Unfortunately, talking about fertility troubles and fertility treatment options is also something of a taboo. But several high profile celebrities are taking steps to change that.

Recently, supermodels Chrissy Teigen, 29, and Tyra Banks, 41, shared emotional stories about their ongoing struggles to have children. The women engaged in a frank discussion about infertility on FABLife, a new talk show on ABC, hosted and produced by Banks and featuring Teigen as a round-table commentator. FABLife, short for “fun and beautiful,” airs weekdays as part of the daytime TV lineup.

Teigen and her husband, John Legend, have been trying to conceive — without success — for years now. She reveals that the one of the most difficult things t

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Are Your Headaches Ruining Your Day? When to Consult a Massage Therapist

Delaware therapeutic massage

Although approximately nine out of every 10 Americans think that professional massage works well for pain reduction as well as for relaxation and stress management, more people are starting to discover that medical massage may positively interact with blood pressure conditions and other health problems traditionally treated by medical care.

In a recent worldwide study of clients who received medical massage, experts reported that it could be effective in women who were experiencing early symptoms of hypertension. For about three days after receiving each massage, many of the recipients exhibited a marked drop in blood pressure.

More than 50 million Americans asked their doctors about

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How to Treat Eczema in Adults

Life with eczema

Thanks to media portrayal, everyone has a set standard for what defines beautiful, healthy skin. Yet many Americans deal with skin ailments such as acne, scaring, dry skin, and other, more devastating skin conditions. Those suffering from atopy are hyperallergenic and can suffer from eczema, asthma, and hayfever. Although mostly found in children, eczema in Adults affects up to 17.8 million American adults every year.

Skin Conditions
Eczema is commonly mistaken for another complication that causes dry, red skin, Red Skin Syndrome. Like eczema, Red Skin Syndrome is determined to stem from atopy in up to 95% of patients. Topical corticosteroids (TCS) can actually make Red Skin Syndrome worse; experts suggest discontin

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