Does your daughter have a weird-sounding cough you’ve never heard before? Is your son suffering from a cough/cold combo that he just can’t seem to kick? Never fear, THE COUGH EXPERT is here! Dr. Peter Dicpinigaitis is nationally recognized as the cough guy–he’s a practicing internist (doctor of internal medicine), a pulmonary critical care specialist, and a professor of clinical medicine at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.
Do your locks crave moisture and thirst for a soothing sip of water? In their zeal to produce clean, polished hair, many women inadvertently dehydrate their hair, transforming their supple strands into parched patches of hair. If your hair seems to be crying out for some moisture, take strides to feed your hair and restore it to its former glory.
The constant discomfort and aesthetically unpleasing appearance of dry skin is never welcome. While some lucky women experience little to no problem with dry skin, others must deal with this malady on a nearly daily basis. If you are prone to the development of dried-out, flaky skin, there is no need to despair. With some simple modifications to your routine, you may be able to add some moisture back into your parched pores.
Lilies, once considered too difficult for the average gardener to grow, have become a popular choice–with many options from the hybrids that have been developed. These beautiful, delicate flowers don’t require much in the way of pruning. The key is timing. Prune too soon, and you have hungry bulbs beneath the surface. Remove the flowers as soon as they wither, but wait on the stems so the bulbs get the full benefits of the nutrients they provide.
Following a few simple skin-care tips can go a long way in keeping your skin looking healthy and smooth. As you age, your skin becomes thinner and dryer, resulting in older-looking skin. The good news is that with a little work, you can prevent further skin damage, rehydrate dried-out skin and remove dead skin cells, leaving your skin looking and feeling younger.