Remedy finder is a diagnostic tool for educational purpose that looks up your patients' health conditions or medical signs and find remedy or remedies based on chosen gender, age, risk factors, illness, signs, symptoms and prevalence. The diagnosis tool lists home remedies such as ayurveda or ayurvedic medicine, homeopathic remedies, anthroposophy or anthroposophic medicine, homeopathy and herbal medicine, vitamins and supplements.

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Lauretta
2012-04-02 02:52:19
Baiimackiinz said to exfoliate which is very ntmorpait but if you have acne that is cystic to not use any harsh sort of scrub. use a scrub that has glycoloic acid in it or that has extremely fine scrubbing beads. if you use something like st. ives scrub that is a bit of a harsher scrub than it will just irritate your acne and spread the bacteria causing more acne

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Mili
2012-07-03 09:53:26
I found this book to be excellent while styuidng during my 3rd year IM clerkship and 4th year IM subI. It was a quick, well organized, clinically focused reading that proved to be very valuable because I learned the essential points very fast and I did not waste my time going through endless pages of irrelevant material in the hopes of being able to extract the relevant information. I ended up doing very well on the shelf by combining this book and the MKSAP question book. I am sure I will continue to find this book very useful during internship.
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