Why Does My Eczema Itch Worse at Night?

Atopic Dermatitis, commonly known as eczema, is marked by dry, itchy skin patches. Eczema typically appears on the face, wrists, hands, back of the knees, and feet. It is estimated that over 30 million Americans suffer from this uncomfortable condition. Those who suffer from eczema know the symptoms can be very bothersome, especially at night. …

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How Lupus Affects the Body

Lupus can affect just about any part of the body. It is an inflammatory disease that causes the immune system to attack its own tissues. Many times, those suffering with the disease don’t have any visible symptoms. However, the things that may be going on inside the body can be debilitating. According to the American …

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Don’t Let Your Office Become a Pain in the Back

Eighty percent of people will likely have experienced back pain at some point in their lifetime. It is one of the most common reasons people visit their doctor and miss work, and a prominent cause of disability. Although back pain is more prevalent in those middle aged and beyond, it can really present itself to …

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Top Three Reasons to Participate in a Clinical Trial

Clinical trials are one of the most important steps to insure a new medical treatment will become available to the general public. Research allows the medical community to learn more about treating, preventing and detecting medical conditions. Volunteers are needed to test the efficacy and safety of newly developed treatments. Treatments can include new drugs, …

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Osteoarthritis: Why Me?

As we age, our bodies begin to undergo many different changes, and we may no longer be able to keep up at the same pace as we once did. We may notice more difficulty with seemingly simple activities like opening a box, grasping or lifting objects, even walking. Millions of people can attribute these changes …

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