The Doctors discuss a study in the Emergency Medicine Journal that suggests that a patient's perception of their doctor is not impacted by what their doctor has as far as tattoos and body piercings.
The Doctors discuss whether a patient’s perception of a doctor or medical professional is affected by tattoos and body piercings.
The Doctors detail things you should always inform your doctors about, including if you are taking effervescent antacids, if you have had a belly button piercing, and if you use nasal decongestants.
Buzz or buzz… The Doctors answer that question about two new health and beauty trends.
This might be the last place you want your child hanging out, but it’s probably safer and cleaner than the piercing gun at the mall jewelry store.
Find out how many needles one man got stuck with in one sitting to set a world record. Plus, learn how to avoid infections and scarring when you get your body pierced.
When it comes to your health, being honest with your doctor is vital to maintaining your wellbeing. Whether it’s a nagging pain or your family’s medical history, find out all the information you must tell your physician.
From the number of hours you sleep to the way you prepare your meals, find out which seemingly harmless daily activities are hazardous to your health. Plus, little-known triggers for a heart attack.
Single-point body piercing is a trend that includes using a piercing with no apparent backing that can only be removed by making an incision. It can be done all over the body, including on the hips, face, collar bones, cleavage, feet and hands. Plastic...
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