• How do I get ride of acne?

    Best answer: See

    https://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/acne/understanding-acne-treatment#1

    and

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3080563/
    Best answer: See

    https://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/acne/understanding-acne-treatment#1

    and

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3080563/
    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should government approved flu shots be mandatory for people who receive Social Security payments???

    Best answer: No shot should be mandatory. This is a free
    Country and each persons choices should
    Be respected. There will be some situations
    Where government must get involved but
    Those are very very rare.
    Best answer: No shot should be mandatory. This is a free
    Country and each persons choices should
    Be respected. There will be some situations
    Where government must get involved but
    Those are very very rare.
    5 answers · 14 hours ago
  • I want to smoke so badly and I know it's not good for me... Help me?

    I really am tempted to smoke a cigarette and the urge is so strong... Help me get rid of the tempted feeling of smoking.
    I really am tempted to smoke a cigarette and the urge is so strong... Help me get rid of the tempted feeling of smoking.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Would you die if you got one bp reading of 240/140?

    Best answer: You could. With a reading that high, you could certainly be heading towards a stroke.
    Best answer: You could. With a reading that high, you could certainly be heading towards a stroke.
    4 answers · 6 hours ago
  • Can I refuse to be weighed at the doctor?

    I need to make an appointment to keep my insurance since I haven't been in almost 2 years but I don't want to have to get on the scale in front of them
    I need to make an appointment to keep my insurance since I haven't been in almost 2 years but I don't want to have to get on the scale in front of them
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • My boyfriend is vomiting blood, should I be worried?

    He has been having cold and flu like symptoms for the past week. The first days there was a little blood in it but nothing major. Then he stopped vomiting. But starting today he started throwing up again, but this time it is just blood. He refuses to go see a doctor for lack of insurance. I don't know what to... show more
    He has been having cold and flu like symptoms for the past week. The first days there was a little blood in it but nothing major. Then he stopped vomiting. But starting today he started throwing up again, but this time it is just blood. He refuses to go see a doctor for lack of insurance. I don't know what to do. Is this life threatening?
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • They told me to come in to discuss my results, could it be abnormal?

    About 4 months ago, I went to my doctor because I have this upper abdominal pain in the center and usually upper right part under my rib cage. The doctor did a blood test and when I called the receptionist's office, the receptionist told me that everything came back completely normal. I still was feeling... show more
    About 4 months ago, I went to my doctor because I have this upper abdominal pain in the center and usually upper right part under my rib cage. The doctor did a blood test and when I called the receptionist's office, the receptionist told me that everything came back completely normal. I still was feeling discomfort though so my doctor said I could have an abdominal ultrasound. I called my doctor today about my abdominal ultrasound results and the receptionist told me she was not a nurse and that she couldn't tell me my results over the phone. I have a doctor's appointment in 2 weeks. She said I could come in to discuss the results with my doctor and she could also print out the reports of my results while here. I have never had a receptionist ask me to come in to discuss the results with me. I have had other scans and blood tests in the past and they have told me over the phone that they are normal. Could they have found something abnormal on my scan?
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • I have diarrhoea, been to the toilet 4 times today, what should I do?

    Best answer: First thing the pharmacist told me was take activated charcoal. Try that first.
    Best answer: First thing the pharmacist told me was take activated charcoal. Try that first.
    70 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why does the doctor raise the bed rails? I m fully alert. So was it necessary for that?s?

    Best answer: All the hospitals I have worked in, bed rails up is required as a safety issue
    Best answer: All the hospitals I have worked in, bed rails up is required as a safety issue
    11 answers · 1 week ago
  • Have you ever been charged a fee for cancelling an appointment?

    So I thought If you canceled over 48 hours in advanced you wont get billed , but they sent me anyways. I even gave like 3 days noticed and I dont have any money, so can I not make an appointment now
    So I thought If you canceled over 48 hours in advanced you wont get billed , but they sent me anyways. I even gave like 3 days noticed and I dont have any money, so can I not make an appointment now
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Is it true that if one starts smoking again after a long time of being smoke-free they are at increased risk of smoke related disease?

    Best answer: I don't think it has anything to do with the fact they have relapsed. Do you have the article you read. If you smoke at any point in your life you are at higher risk to smoking related diseases such as lung disease and heart disease. These aren't related to an immunity towards cigarette chemicals. If you... show more
    Best answer: I don't think it has anything to do with the fact they have relapsed. Do you have the article you read. If you smoke at any point in your life you are at higher risk to smoking related diseases such as lung disease and heart disease. These aren't related to an immunity towards cigarette chemicals.

    If you stop smoking your risk of developing smoking related diseases will decrease the longer you go without smoking but may always still be at higher risk. If you start again, and continue to smoke after that you will just increase your risk more, the same as if you kept smoking. You won't have lost an immunity because that's not an immunity.

    The risk will be increased due to more nicotine which makes your arteries tighter so less blood can flow, increasing risk of high blood pressure. More tar and mucus in your airways which can lead to breathing and lung problems and changes to your 'epigenetics' which can increase risk to cancer. This is no different to if you kept smoking and risk isn't increase more because of a relapse.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Is microwave popcorn unhealthy??

    5 answers · 1 week ago