Archive for June, 2014
A deviated septum is a condition in which the bone and cartilage that divide the nasal cavity of the nose in half (nasal septum) is significantly off center or not straight, making breathing difficult. In some cases, the problem is not significant enough to cause any symptoms. In other cases, symptoms such as difficulty breathing through the nose, ongoing nasal congestion, recurrent sinus infections, nosebleeds or sleep problems (snoring and/or sleep apnea) make treatment necessary.
A deviated septum can be caused by injury or trauma to the nose. This commonly occurs with sports-related activities. continue reading
Do you have trouble wearing certain shirts because the sleeves around your upper arms are too tight? Are you embarrassed to wear a bathing suit or sleeveless shirts/sundresses due to excess skin and fat in the upper arm area? If so, maybe it is time to consider an arm lift. Arm lift surgery, also known as Brachioplasty, is a cosmetic surgery procedure that can be used to remove excess fat and skin from the upper arms. continue reading