Eyes: Keys to Your Overall Health

3 Reasons To Consider In-Home Care

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If your elderly loved one is in need of medical care, but you either do not feel comfortable with or cannot afford to send them to an assisted living center, then it is highly recommended that you take into consideration in-home care as a viable option. Throughout the course of this brief guide, you will learn a few of the reasons to consider in-home care. Customization One of the best things about in-home care is that the plans can easily be customized to meet your needs.…

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Contacts And Infectious, Contagious Diseases: What Your Eye Doctor Will Tell You That Your Mother Didn't

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When you get contact lenses for the first time, your doctor will do everything he or she can to make sure the lenses fit comfortably and that your eyes are healthy enough to wear contacts. Your eye doctor will also tell you how to take care of your lenses and your eyes, because infectious and/or contagious diseases become more serious when you wear contacts. Here are some important facts about contacts and eye disease that your doctor will share and that your mother did not tell you before you got your lenses.…

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3 Things Parents Need To Know About Nevus Comedonicus

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Nevus comedonicus is a skin condition that can be present from birth or from early childhood. This condition can lead to serious cosmetic problems for your child, as well as medical complications. Here are three things parents need to know about nevus comedonicus. What are the signs of nevus comedonicus? If your child has nevus comedonicus, you’ll notice groupings of slightly-raised, skin-colored papules on their skin. These groupings of papules can range in size significantly; in some cases, they are only a few centimeters wide, while in other cases, half of the body is covered in papules.…

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