Is Blepharoplasty Right For You?

Posted on: 10 September 2017

Over the past several years, you might have noticed your eyelids started drooping more and more. Unfortunately, drooping eyelids often occur as a person starts aging and the muscle in the eyelid stretches out. It may be frustrating to you because the extra skin could cover some of your eyelashes and leave you looking a bit older than you'd like to look. However, there is a way to solve this problem:
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Improving Your Intensive Care Unit

Posted on: 29 August 2017

As the new administrator running the intensive care unit (ICU) in a hospital, you're tasked with ensuring that patients receive excellent care and that your staff is qualified and satisfied with their work. To do this well, the ICU suggestions below could be important so you can make any needed adjustments: Ask for Feedback Often, a good way to start improving any unit is to ask people how it's working today.
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4 Reasons Your Hand May Be Hurting And What To Do About It

Posted on: 11 August 2017

Hand problems are common as you get older. But no matter your age, dealing with pain, stiffness, and tingling are never fun. It's important to see your doctor if you've been experiencing pain in the hand, but here are some of the possible causes and what your doctor will likely do for treatment. Osteoarthritis This condition occurs when cartilage in the joints wears down. It tends to hit those parts that bear a lot of weight, like the knees and hips, but it can occur anywhere.
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Do Your Children Need the HPV Vaccination?

Posted on: 27 July 2017

You have probably seen commercials on television touting the benefits of making sure your child has an HPV vaccination, but exactly what is HPV? Is the vaccination they are talking about for girls or is it for boys? What are the benefits of the vaccination? Where do they get it? What age do children need it and are there any boosters they will need later in life? Hopefully this information will shed a little light on some of your questions.
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