Regain Your Youth Have you ever looked in the mirror and thought, what happened to my skin? I know that I did. When I was younger I never had a problem with my skin. It was always clear and smooth. Even when I was a teenager I didn't have to big of a problem with acne. But it seemed like as I started to get older everything started to change. Suddenly my skin just wasn't as healthy and it just didn't look as good. I started looking older before I knew it and I hated it. I tried just about everything I could think of to get my skin looking great again. To be perfectly honest I never thought much about being 'all natural' before. So I tried pretty much every product available looking to get my skin clearer before I finally arrived at this regimen which provides me (and can provide you) with clearer, healthier skin without compromising on natural ingredients. I am now a believer that the natural way is the way to go if you're looking to keep your skin looking great. I've seen firsthand what it can actually do and how much improvement it really makes and that's what I'm going to talk about throughout this book, the natural remedy.A Preview Of What You Get The overlooked holy grail of looking younger How fruits and vegetables make your skin look better A breakdown of all the vitamins and nutrition, their function, and the foods they can be found in The one easiest thing everyone can start doing now to look younger and have better looking skin How too much Vitamin D can ruin your skin How to stop worrying and start looking younger How to naturally let your skin repair itself Stuff to avoid that can ruin your skin and make you look older Natural skin remedies to use for better looking skin and to look younger A daily plan to use for better looking skin and to look youngerPurchase Now And Start Looking Younger!!
Manual of Skin Surgery offers a clear, step-by-step introduction to the fundamentals of dermatologic surgery - from anatomy and diagnosis to preoperative preparation and assessment, operative technique, and post-operative care. This book combines thorough coverage of the most commonly performed procedures with special topics such as the workup and management of melanoma and the indications for Mohs surgery. The information on dermatologic procedures is presented in an easy-to-use fashion that will be of great practical value to students and clinicians, regardless of specialty.
Are you one of those unfortunate people who suffer with almost daily attacks of itchy skin lumps (hives, nettle rash, urticaria) or skin swellings (angio-oedema)? These can be the most distressing and frustrating conditions to cope with, particularly if you feel that nobody seems to understand just how much it affects the quality of your life. You may be fortunate and just have a one off attack of hives (1-6 of the population will at some stage in their life) but you may be concerned that it will recur. Your child may have suffered or the episode occurred during pregnancy. You may have the rarer condition of skin swellings without hives and are keen to learn more about the nature of the condition and how it can be treated. Dr Connellan has addressed all of these issues in this simple guide to the conditions and their treatment. He has kept the medical jargon to a minimum, wherever possible, and illustrated the cases with simple graphics and individual stories, some of which may relate to your experience. It is hoped that this book will provide all the information you need to gain a much clearer understanding of the nature of your particular condition and will also give you greater confidence, when consulting with your doctor, to highlight the most important points in your history. When this is achieved, you will have a greater chance of receiving a firm diagnosis with both appropriate and effective treatment. This guide is on the 'Allergy UK' list of recommended reading: http: //www.allergyuk.org/allergy-books/allergy-books
Native American studies is ready for theory. Until very recently, historians and others researching the Native American past have almost exclusively described their subject in linear, chronological fashion--relegating the theory to introductory chapters or footnotes. InClearing a Path, Nancy Shoemaker assembles a collection of essays written by some of the most respected names in the field that skillfully places methodological and theoretical concerns first. The anthology is divided into four sections: *"Stories" looks at history as storytelling (and storytelling as history) *"Categories of Analysis" asks how roles like gender affect historical study * "Political Economy" reviews the material context of Native American history on and off the reservation *"Tribal Histories, Indigenous Histories" compares two different modes of examining Native American history. Clearing a Pathoffers new models and ideas for exploring Native American history, drawing from disciplineslike history, anthropology, and creative writing. This a must-read for anyone interested in the history of indigenous peoples.
Major skin diseases, including acne, psoriasis and eczcma, affect the majority of the population at some time in their lives. In general, these diseases are physically and psychologically disfiguring for the sufferers; furthermore, by their very chronic nature skin diseases, unlike most other disease processes, present both acute and chronic therapy problems. In addition, the chronic nature of these diseases can present certain economic problems. Firstly, chronic therapy is becoming increasingly expensive and secondly, patients adhering to a strict treatment regimen will frequently be absent from their gainful employment for either medical consultation or treatment. Given that in all NATO countries the average age of the population is continually increasing, these chronic skin diseases will increase in importance in the coming years. Furthermore, as the average population age increases, additional disease processes such as skin photodamage and carcinogenicity risk becoming major areas of therapeutic concern. This book reviews in detail the major scientific areas of interest for research and clinical scientists working in skin pharmacology and toxicology. The basic principles relating to an understanding of how drugs and chemicals may influence either the skin or the body as a whole are discussed in detail by recognized international scientific experts.