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Acne Rosacea

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Acne Rosacea

Acne Rosacea Rosacea is a type of skin inflammation that typically affects the face. Rosacea affects both males and females, however it is three times more common in women.  It has a peak onset of between ages 30 to 60 and is not contagious.It has four subtypes, three affecting the skin and the fourth affecting the eyes – Ocular Rosacea. Symptoms of Acne Rosacea; Redness – Central face, cheeks, nose and forehead. Redness – Neck, chest, ears and Scalp – this is less common. Dilation of Superficial blood vessels on the face. Red domed / small bumps. Pustules – small...

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Psoriasis

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Psoriasis

Psoriasis Psoriasis is an auto-immune dis-ease, whereby the immune system mistakes regular skin cells as a pathogen, sending out faulty signals which in turn create overproduction of new skin cells. It is a lifelong condition, it is not contagious and whilst there is no definitive cure, the Natural Healing Centre offers various Psoriasis treatment protocols to assist the sufferer in managing and living with their condition successfully. What causes Psoriasis Whilst the cause of psoriasis is not yet fully understood, varying triggers can cause and/ or exacerbate psoriasis. Genetic – Family history Skin Injury – cuts, burns and insect bites...

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Eczema

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Eczema

Eczema Eczema also known as atopic dermatitis is a recurring, non-contagious, inflammatory skin condition.  The condition is most common in people with a family history of an eczema, including asthma and or hay fever. Sufferers experience their skin appearing red, dry and scaly and will generally be very itchy. Itching skin separates eczema from other skin rashes.  In severe cases the skin may weep, bleed and crust over, causing the sufferer discomfort and sometimes result in the skin becoming infected. Golden Staph being common. Although eczema affects all ages, it usually appears in early childhood. Babies generally show signs of...

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Freeform Knitting from Beginning to End

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Colorful Fall leaves.Designed by Lucy Jeong and Knitted Gloria

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The benefits and risks of celery

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The benefits and risks of celery

Celery is used habitually to relieve gout and rheumatism symptoms by removing waste products through diuresis.Learn more about celery. The benefits and risks of celery Celery is part of the family Apiaceae, which includes carrots, parsnips, parsley and celery. The crunchy stalks make vegetables a popular low-calorie snack and can provide a variety of health benefits. The fiber in celery can help your digestive and cardiovascular system. Celery also contains antioxidants that can play an important role in disease prevention. Health benefits The nutrients in the celery plant and its seeds can provide a variety of health benefits. However, it...

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