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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 The way external radiation therapy affects your skin is similar to what happens when you spend time in the sun. It may look red, sunburned, or tanned. It may also get swollen or blistered. Your skin may also become dry, flaky, or itchy. Or it may start to peel. Be gentle with your skin: * Don't wear tight clothing over the area that's being treated. * Don't scrub or rub your skin. To clean it, use a mild soap and let lukewarm water run over it. * Avoid putting anything hot or cold on the area unless the doctor tells you to. * Ask your doctor before you use any type of ointment, oil, lotion, or powder on your skin. * Ask about using corn starch to help relieve itching. * Stay out of the sun as much as possible. Cover the area getting radiation with clothing or hats to protect it. Ask the doctor about using sunscreen if you must be outdoors. * If you’re having radiation therapy for breast cancer, try not to wear a bra. If that isn't possible, wear a soft, cotton one without underwire. * Don't use any tape, gauze, or bandages on your skin unless the doctor tells you to. Your skin should start to feel better a few weeks after therapy ends. But when it heals, it may be a darker color. And you’ll still need to protect yourself from the sun even after radiation therapy has ended.
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Balanced Health Today Call Now 1(888)277-4980 1. Seek emergency medical attention. Call 911 and remove yourself from the area immediately. Do not wait for symptoms to develop. If you know you have been exposed to ionized radiation, seek treatment the fastest possible way. Mild to moderate forms of radiation sickness can be treated. More severe forms are usually fatal. If you think you have been exposed to a dose of radiation, remove all clothing and materials you were wearing at the time and place them in a plastic bag. Wash your body with soap and water as soon as possible. Do not scrub the skin. That may cause irritation or break the skin which can lead to systemic absorption of any remaining radiation from the surface of the skin. 2. Determine the level of exposure. Understanding the type of ionized radiation at the site where your exposure occurred and how much your body absorbed are key factors in reaching a diagnosis of the level of severity. The goals for treatment for radiation sickness include avoiding any further contamination, treat the most immediate life-threatening problems, reduce symptoms, and manage pain. Those who experience mild to moderate exposure and receive treatment often have a full recovery. For a person who survives the radiation exposure, the blood cells will begin to replenish themselves after four to five weeks. Severe and very severe exposure results in death ranging from two days to two weeks following exposure. In most cases, the cause of death from radiation sickness is due to internal bleeding and infections. 3. Receive prescription medications. Often, radiation sickness symptoms can be effectively managed in a hospital setting. The approach to treatment involves maintaining hydration, controlling the progressive development of symptoms, preventing infection, and allowing the body to recover. Antibiotics are prescribed to treat infections that more commonly occur in people with radiation sickness. Since the bone marrow is sens
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I watched a lot of Scrubs episodes, and this is the one that will always keep me laughing. Hope you like it.
22 Aug 2006
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Scrubs funniest moments, with Dr. Cox as your host.
18 Oct 2006
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extremely funny bloopers from the show scrubs
4 Jan 2007
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Basic Improv Scene, only the actors must stop and sing songs based on the prior line. Suggestion is Soft Scrub.
21 Mar 2007
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Catchy tune and funny clip of Colin Hay singing "Overkill" in an Episode of Scrubs.
9 May 2007
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Learn Body Polishing Scrub!
9 Jun 2007
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Scrubs - 404 - My First Kill
29 Sep 2007
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Scrubs pilot episode
8 Oct 2007
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Great collection of bloopers from the crazy cast of Scrubs!
19 Oct 2007
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To buy the full-length version of this DVD, visit *******www.videoshelf****/ Exfoliating treatments are a must on every spa's menu of offerings, and the starting point for other body treatments, such as body wraps. Exfoliation unclogs follicles and pores, improves the skin's texture and smoothes it, stimulates the skin's overall function and increases circulation, and allows for lotions, serums, essential oils, and moisturizers to penetrate deeper.Malinda McHenry demonstrates how to provide 2 types of exfoliation services: body microdermabrasion and a classic sugar body scrub. She covers all the steps from preparation to the finishing touches that your clients will love. Includes room and table set-up, supplies, available product types, client preparation, and benefits and contraindications.
24 Oct 2007
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My dog scrubbing on the grass
4 Nov 2007
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Free Scrubs: *******freescrubs.blogspot**** Watch all episodes of Scrubs for free. Enjoy!
16 Dec 2007
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How to clean a greasy burnt pan easily using household food products. (without scrubbing)
16 Jan 2008
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The song is playing in a Scrubs episode where Dr. Cox has a bad day.
10 Jul 2008
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