Oh, No! I Have Backne! The Continuing Mystery Behind Back AcneWritten by Charlene J. Nuble
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The skin on our back is thicker than anywhere else in body; so back acne is more stubborn than facial acne and is more resistant to treatment. Simple back acne problems can be treated using medication sold over counter. Try a cleanser that contains salicylic or glycolic acid. A light coat of benzoyl peroxide with between 2.5% and 5% concentration may also help address back acne problems. In cases where pus has formed, see a dermatologist immediately. Your doctor will prescribe right treatment for your back acne conditions.
Contrary to facial acne, back acne is not generally acquired via heredity. No definite cause for back acne has been proven to date, but, just to be on safe side, try to avoid using irritating detergents and fabric softeners with your clothes, maintain a healthy diet and keep yourself clean and feeling fresh always. Remember: back acne does not choose its target. Young or old, male or female, Black, White or Asian, no one is spared from havoc back acne is bound to spread. It’s best to be cautious than sorry.
Charlene J. Nuble 2005. For up to date links and information about acne, please go to: http://acne.besthealthlink.net/ or for updated links and information on all health related topics, go to: http://www.besthealthlink.net/
Whiskey: An Antidote For Cancer?Written by Charlene J. Nuble
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The concept that a certain type of alcohol may help deter cancer is novel and, for frequent drinkers, even noble. What liquor patron would ignore this theory? But, still, Dr Swan’s ideas remain untested and there does not exist any known positive link between whiskey and cancer. If there would be something that suggest this is true sometime in future, then it will be considered revolutionary. However, in absence of adequate information at present, whiskey as a deterrent to cancer is a dubious thought. While we all hope and pray that an alternative treatment to cancer will surface soon, this is probably not time to become this optimistic about whiskey’s alleged benefits.
Charlene J. Nuble 2005. For up to date links and information about cancer, please go to: http://cancer.besthealthlink.net/ or for updated links and information on all health related topics, go to: http://www.besthealthlink.net/