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Accutane Prescription acne treatments, as well as most other “harmful acne products”, can be toxic to pregnant women. If you are pregnant, you need to ask your doctor before taking any acne medications. Even if you think your treatments are harmless, you should…

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  Common Types of Vaginal Infections Vaginal infections are also referred as “vaginitis” in the medical profession. The most common infections of the vagina are: chlamydia vaginitis, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, genital herpes, genital warts, yeast infections, and bacterial vaginosis. You could…

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A vaginal yeast infection results from an abnormal growth of yeast in the vagina. Good bacteria and yeast does occur in a healthy vagina, but when something interrupts the balance of these organisms, an infection follows. Yeast infections are also…

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When the bacteria enters your bladder, it causes inflammation to the urethra and bladder; thus, causing a burning sensation that makes urinating troublesome. Inflammation in the bladder also causes you to have frequent urges to urinate since urine fills the…

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Shampoo contains lipophilic compounds that attract oil, and hydrophilic compounds that absorb water. During the shampooing process, the lipophilic ends attract themselves to the oils of the hair. Once the rinsing begins, lipophilic compounds are washed away with the water,…


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Psyllium is a type of fiber derived from the husks or seeds of Desert Indian wheat. Psyllium, or “psyllium husk” is mostly used to cure irritable bowel syndrome, relieve constipation and diarrhea, and treat hemorrhoids. However, medical studies show that…

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