Dr. Evelyn Minaya explains that nobody’s body is perfectly symmetrical. You may have a subtle difference in length between arms, legs, size of breasts, etc. and that is perfectly normal. She advises to know your body: if you notice a drastic change, then it’s time to call your physician.
If you’ve have the chicken pox at any point in your life, then you’ve had herpes zoster. Dr. Evelyn’s most important tips are to not touch it, and to not touch other people with it. You definitely should not share lip products either. Eighty percent or more of the population has it, so it is common.
Monthly Cycle for Women
Do you and your female coworkers, friends or family get their periods around the same time? Dr. Evelyn Minaya says this is very normal. Although there is no scientifc data to explain why this happens, but it's very common.