Latest by Eileen Bailey

Food Phobias: Symptoms, Dangers, and Treatment

Learn how food phobias are similar but different to other phobias, the different kinds of food phobias, why they should be treated, and how.

Should You Take Medication for Anxiety?

Eileen Bailey provides useful information to know when considering taking anxiety medication: different types of medication, side effects, questions to ask your doctor, and lifestyle changes you should implement.

Make Your Loved One Get a Skin Cancer Exam

When your loved one has a suspicious mole, urge them to get a skin cancer exam, even if they're stubborn. Here are some snappy answers to common cop-outs.

10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Endometriosis

Have you been diagnosed with this chronic pain condition? Here are some key questions and answers to help get the conversation started with your doctor.

9 Ways to Not Let Eczema Define You

Don’t let your eczema take the driver’s seat. Here are nine practical tips to take control of your skin condition, including skin care, diet, and fashion.

9 Treatment Options for Chronic Hives

Many treatments are available for chronic hives today, including different kinds of medication, low-histamine diets, and vitamin D supplementation.

Tips for Keeping Your Feet Pretty During the Winter Months

We think about keeping our feet pretty during the summer months; however it is most important to apply TLC to our feet during the winter, when we get dry skin. Here are 14 simple ways to begin caring for your feet in the winter.

Skin Conditions Associated With Diabetes

Diabetes can affect the whole body, including your skin. Find out about 10 skin conditions that are associated with diabetes and how to treat them.

How to Care for Your Feet If You Have Calluses

Calluses can range from annoying to painful, from almost invisible to unsightly. Eileen Bailey offers practical tips to care for your calluses.

Lung Cancer Stigma: Fighting the Blame Game

People with lung cancer can feel stigma, blame, and neglect when those around them assume they smoked, inflicted their own disease, and deserved to get cancer.