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Natural Remedies for Nodular Acne

25 January

Nodular acne occurs when one’s facial glands are blocked. The blockage of these glands could happen due to a number of reasons. The most common cause of the blockage is when one’s skin produces excessive sebum. Once bacteria are trapped in these glands, they begin to start growing and they form nodules. There are an […]

Identifying Signs of Gum (Periodontal) Disease in Your Child

04 January

It may be hard to keep an eye on what the children do to their teeth, especially when they spend much time at school or playing with other kids. Therefore, it is hard for you to identify the tooth problems they may have in good time. A regular check of the dental status of your […]

Getting a Submucuosal Cleft Palate Diagnosed

16 December

While cleft lips and cleft palates are often observed either in prebirth ultrasounds or quickly after birth, submucousal cleft palates are harder to identify as the child has a mucous membrane lying over the cleft. Here are some signs that your child might have a submucousal cleft soft palate. Difficulty in feeding In order to […]

Travel Tips 101 | Protect yourself from Japanese Encephalitis (JE)

25 November

Travelling is fun. However, a good trip may be turned sour by contraction of diseases, and some of these diseases may even lead to death. To protect their citizens, governments put in place stringent travel vaccination regulations against certain diseases. Are you in Australia and thinking of having a good time in Asia? Here are […]

How to Recover From Squat-Related Knee Injuries (And How To Avoid Them Entirely)

29 October

Squats are an essential part of any full body strength or conditioning program; however, improper technique can easily result in lasting injuries that can set you back months in your training. If you have sustained an injury while squatting, the following exercises should help you recover more quickly and regain strength and stability in your […]

Your guide to hearing aids for babies and young infants

16 September

When you have a new-born child, you want to do everything in your power to ensure their infant years are as happy and healthy as they can possibly be. Upon realising that your baby is hard of hearing, you might feel panicked about what to do, but this is no major obstacle to the learning […]

The Symptoms And Treatment Approach For Age-Related Cataracts

03 September

Age-related cataracts occur as a result of changes in the structure of the protein in your lenses. As you age, the protein begins to cluster together, and this leads to an opaque layer forming over your lens and preventing light from reaching the retina at the back of your eye. Your risk of developing age-related […]

3 Mobility Aids That Can Help You Retain Your Independence When You Have Parkinson’s Disease

18 August

Common symptoms associated with Parkinson’s disease such as stiffness, slow movement and shaking can impact on your ability to retain your independence, but there are mobility aids available to help you cope with changes to your muscle control and movement. Here’s an overview of three mobility aids you might find useful: Recliner Chair Muscle weakness […]

How to Deal With Bruises after a Facial Surgery

22 July

People need facial surgeries for different reasons, but one thing which is common is the bruising after the surgery. It may take days, weeks, or even months for the bruises to heal properly on their own, thereby disrupting your important daily routines such as work. But you do not need to be shy of your […]

Understanding The Difference Between The Two Main Types Of Hearing Loss

23 June

When you’re diagnosed with hearing loss it will either be sensorineural or conductive. Both types of hearing loss are diagnosed by routine hearing tests such as pure tone audiometry, and your audiologist can distinguish between the two based on your symptoms and the results of your hearing test. They have differing causes, symptoms and treatment […]