Kylie Dunn

Are You A Good Candidate For Liposuction? Here's How To Find Out

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Liposuction is a popular cosmetic procedure that’s safe and effective at removing subcutaneous fat that refuses to burn off from diet and exercise. It’s commonly used on problem areas such as the buttocks and upper thighs that often retain large amounts of fat even when you’re near your ideal weight — liposuction selectively removes fat from those areas in order to contour your body into the shape that you desire. If you have stubborn fat that won’t go away no matter how much weight you try to lose, you may be wondering if you’re a good candidate for liposuction.…

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Get Out Of Breath Sometimes? Warning Signs You Have Asthma And Treatment Options Available

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If you find yourself get out of breath sometimes when you normally would not, this can be caused by many things. One of these things is asthma, which you can develop even if you are an adult. To help you determine if this is what you have, below are warning signs of asthma as well as treatment options that are available to help you. Asthma Warning Signs There are many warning signs of asthma including:…

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Suggestions For Updating The Design Of Your Pharmacy

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If you own a pharmacy that’s been in the same building for decades and hasn’t been updated in years, it may be time for a new design. Customers may appreciate the friendliness and feel of a local pharmacy, but they also might prefer shopping in an updated building that helps them think you’re current with the latest products and services. Here are some suggestions when planning a new pharmacy design.…

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Signs That You Have a Bee Sting Allergy and Tips on Treating a Bee Sting

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If you have been stung by a bee, you know how painful this is. In some cases, however, you may also have an allergy. Some allergies are not as severe as others, so you may not be sure that you have one. To help you below are some signs of a bee sting allergic reaction, as well as tips on treating the sting. Signs of Bee Sting Allergic Reaction A normal reaction of a bee sting is some pain, redness around the sting, and swelling.…

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Your Heavy-Set Daughter May Need CBT To Manage Bulimia

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Your daughter is beautiful, no matter what she looks like, but many heavier girls have severe self-esteem issues. While many grow to be happy and healthy women, they may turn to bulimia at a young age and end up suffering from severely addictive behaviors. Thankfully, it is possible to avoid this problem with the help of proper treatment methods. A Teased Child May Turn To Bulimia The sad reality about heavy-set girls is that most won’t feel bad about themselves until they are teased by others.…

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Things You Should Know About Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

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If you’re one of the unlucky persons to have suffered an Achilles or knee injury or any other body part injury that involves movement, you are aware of what a long and drawn-out recovery process you experience due to tremendous pain and, in some cases, surgery. You endure pain that is so devastating that you pray for your condition to end right now. Platelet rich plasma therapy treatment can do that by manipulating your body’s own restorative abilities by a process referred to as PRP.…

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3 Reasons To Add A Portable Ultrasound Machine To Your Office

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As a medical professional, you strive to provide your patients with a superior experience during their appointments. One way to enhance the patient experience is to add a portable ultrasound machine to your office. Whether you need to replace an existing ultrasound machine or need to expand your existing medical equipment, a portable ultrasound machine has a place in your office for the following reasons. 1. Portable Ultrasound Machines are More Cost-Effective Than Traditional Ultrasound Machines…

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Why You Should Donate Blood: The Basics Of Different Blood Products

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If you are looking for a way to serve your community, you may want to consider donating blood. About 4.5 million people in the U.S. need a blood transfusion every year; unfortunately, only 10% of the eligible population donate. If this is something you’d be willing to do, read on to learn more about basic eligibility requirements and different blood products you can provide. Are You Eligible? Some places let you donate blood products if you are at least 16 and have a guardian’s consent.…

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5 Benefits Of Living In An Independent Living Community

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The time comes in many senior citizens’ lives where living alone and maintaining a house becomes a hassle. In many cases, these people are still healthy and don’t need assistance with daily activities, so an assisted living home or nursing home is not the best option. Independent living communities have become increasingly popular with senior citizens who are ready to move on from owning a home and want to live among other people of similar ages.…

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What You Need To Know About Blood Pressure Screening

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High blood pressure is known as the silent killer. It does not always cause any signs or symptoms, but it greatly increases your risk of a heart attack, stroke, and a number of other ailments. If you are an adult, you really should have your blood pressure taken regularly to make sure it’s within the normal range. Here is more info on four things you need to know about blood pressure screening.…

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