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She went back to the originally breast surgeon who dismissed it as "nothing" and told her to put Neosporin on the "skin rash". Her breast discomfort did not subside, so she went back again. She was crying and pleading for the doctor to do something and ...
7 Easy Blisters Hacks That Don't Involve Bandages
Most people would agree that spring weather means sandals and flip flops. And strappy footwear usually means cuts and blisters. Covering your feet with bandages can help prevent blisters by adding an extra barrier between your skin and the unforgiving ...
Is it OK to Use Expired Neosporin?
If you're treating a wound that's infected—it's red, painful, and oozing pus—or if the wound still looks dirty after washing it, our experts say it's fine to use Neosporin topical ointment within a year after it's expired.
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Five years later: Reporter reflects on covering tsunami that wrecked West Hawaii
I put some hydrogen peroxide on the backs of my knees, and slap on some Neosporin to prevent staph infection and head into the office. There, I run into my mentor, my editor Reed Flickinger, and my mother.

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