Infantile eczema is a very common skin rash and has been found to be linked to asthma as children grow older. This is known as the atopic march in the medical field. Fortunately, parents may be able to slow or halt the progression of the atopic march. Here's what you need to know.
Skin damaged by infantile eczema produces TSLP
Thymic stromal lymphopoietin (TSLP) is a substance that researchers have found is produced and released in the body when the infantile eczema of the inflicted child causes damage to their skin.
Your doctor orders an MRI. You already know it's a safe type of imagining scan that allows the medical pros to see inside of your body using the power of magnets – instead of radiation. But, what else are these scanning machines used for? Along with patients, participants (that is, research participants) are getting into magnetic resonance imagining machines. Why? In the name of science! Check out these not-so-everyday uses for MRIs that might surprise you.
If you are experiencing any type of pain in your back area during pregnancy, going to the chiropractor can help you out a great deal. This article will discuss 3 specific reasons to visit a chiropractor while you are pregnant.
You Will Receive Specialized Care During Your Pregnancy
If you are worried about visiting a chiropractor for back pain during your pregnancy, you shouldn't be. Each chiropractor has been trained and certified to treat pregnant women as part of their schooling.
You were in a minor car accident a few days ago and now you can barely move your neck. You have intense headaches and pain in your shoulders. These are the symptoms of a typical whiplash injury. Your local chiropractor can work with your spine to relieve the pain and speed along the healing. Here is what caused the delayed symptoms and how your chiropractor can help.
Whiplash and Delayed Pain
If you're considering laser-based eye surgery to correct your vision, the two primary surgical options your eye doctor is likely to suggest are LASIK (laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis) and PRK (photorefractive keratectomy). Each surgery has its pros and cons, so you should spend some time weighing your options before making your decision.
Overview: PRK involves using a laser to reshape the cornea. Unlike other laser-eye surgeries, like LASIK, which creates a flap in the cornea before reshaping it, PRK removes the entire outer layer of the cornea.