Chicken Pox Vaccines

04.28.16

Many parents -- especially those born after the era of routine polio andmeasles infections -- don't remember if or when they had any of the common childhood infections, such asroseola, fifth disease, or croup, etc. But many remember when they hadchicken pox (varicella). People may think of it as a mild disease, but if after 20 or 30 years, you can still remember feeling sick for a week with an itchy rash all over your body, it was likely pretty bad.

 

Eyeliner Hacks for Every Girl

04.15.16

Most times, drawing a straight line across our lids is already a tall order, how much more when the situation calls for a cat eye? So wouldn’t it be nice to master the upward flick and the even thickness of a flawless cat eye that most girls seem to be a pro at? If you’re guilty of skipping eyeliners just because you have a hard time perfecting it, this guide is for you. We’ve outlined

 

Filling in with Athlete’s Foot

04.03.16

Athlete's foot also known as tinea pedis, is a fungal infection that usually begins between the toes. It occurs most commonly in people whose feet have become very sweaty while confined within tight-fitting shoes. Athlete’s foot isn’t serious, but sometimes it’s hard to cure. However, if you have diabetes or a weakened immune system and suspect that you have athlete’s foot, you should call your doctor immediately. When caused by a fungus, athlete's foot may

 

Physical Methods of Hair Removal

03.23.16

Physically pulling hair out of its follicle is a common and inexpensive method of hair removal. None of these methods change the color, texture or density of the hair. Physical removal makes hair take longer to grow back because it has to grow to the surface of the skin in order to be visible. Because hair grows at different rates, some hair that has been physically removed may take more time to grow back in.