Monthly Archives: July 2018

What to Expect When Recovering from a Brazilian Butt Lift

Statistics from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons showed a 28% increase in Brazilian butt lift surgeries from 2014 to 2015, with a new procedure being performed almost every 30 minutes on a daily basis. The Brazilian butt lift uses a patient’s fat to shape and augment the buttocks, providing a natural looking result. During this procedure, liposuction is used ...

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5 WAYS TO GET RID OF MIGRAINE

Migraine is a condition which affects around 25% of the world’s population. Migraine is the most common type of headache which affects any individual at any age group. It is a debilitating condition which is commonly characterised by dull throbbing to sharp shooting pain on either side of the head, accompanied by aura. Aura is a group of symptoms which ...

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Why See an Osteopath for Help with Neck Pain?

We live hectic and stressful lives. As we age, our bodies lose the versatility and natural durability it as soon as had and we start to feel the impacts of our daily lives on our bodies. Muscle fatigue, aches and discomforts, stiff shoulders, and the dreaded neck pain.  It is essential to take care of ourselves through tension alleviating activities ...

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Rhinoplasty: What to Expect After Your Surgery

If you’re considering rhinoplasty surgery, you probably have a number of questions, particularly around what you can expect after your surgery. Even though the recovery process is different for every patient, there are a few post-surgical effects that most patients will experience. Preparing for your rhinoplasty procedure The more prepared you are for your surgery, the better your healing process ...

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FDA Commissioner Gottlieb Discusses Drug Shortages, Ways to Prevent Them

On May 31, 2018, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., released a statement focused on the issue of drug shortages in the United States. Gottlieb highlighted many of the reasons for these shortages, and while he expressed his belief that they are “an inevitable consequence of an imperfect system,” he also laid out the FDA’s plan for preventing them as much ...

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